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Refer to the table below, in which the presence (+) or absence (-) of certain types of organelles in five sample human cells is indicated. A blank does not signify the absence of an organelle, just its relative lack of importance when compared to the importance of other organelles.
NucleusFlagellumLiposomeMitochondriaGolgi ApparatusCell ACell B++++Cell C++++Cell D++++Cell E+++

Identify the correct options for:
I. Cell which secretes proteins.
II. Mature red blood corpuscles
III. A haploid cell
(correct answer + 2, wrong answer - 0.50)

A
I - Cell E
II - Cells A and D
III - Cell C
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B
I - Cell D
II - Cells B and C
III - Cell E
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C
I - Cell A
II - Cells D and E
III - Cell C
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D
I - Cell B
II - Cells C and D
III - Cell A
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Solution

The correct option is A I - Cell E
II - Cells A and D
III - Cell C
(I) Cell E- All secretory cells have active Golgi apparatus. Proteins are sorted in the trans Golgi network and transported in vesicles to their final destinations.

(II) Cell A- Mature red blood cells are considered cell fragments or corpuscles as they lack a nucleus, DNA, and organelles like the endoplasmic reticulum or mitochondria to accommodate maximum space for hemoglobin.

(III) Cell C – Mammalian sperm is a haploid cell. Acrosome is a cap-like structure derived from the Golgi apparatus. Entire Golgi body is not present in sperm.

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