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Where are the proteins synthesised inside the cell?
  1. Lysosomes

  2. Golgi apparatus

  3. Ribosomes

  4. Nucleus


Solution

The correct option is C

Ribosomes


Ribosomes are small structures which are either found in a free state, floating in the cytoplasm or attached to the rough ER, giving it a rough appearance. These ribosomes, which are present in both prokaryotic and eukaryotric cells, are the site of protein synthesis.

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