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The cisternae that make up the Golgi complex are


A
Rough
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B
Polarized
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C
Reticulate
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D
Both B and C
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The correct option is D Both B and C
The Golgi complex is an organelle found in eukaryotic cell. It is made up of a series of flattened stacked discs called cisternae. Cisternae are polarized with 2 faces, namely cis form and trans form. Cis form is present near the rough ER and trans form is present near the plasma membrane. Sometimes, cisternae may form reticulate structures instead of flattened discs.
Thus, the correct answer is 'Both B and C.' 

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