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by Anthony C. Allison
- ISBN: 0892782587
- Category: Other
- Author: Anthony C. Allison
- Subcategory: Science & Mathematics
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- Language: English
- Publisher: Carolina Biological Supply Co; 2nd Revised edition edition (June 1, 1977)
- Pages: 16 pages
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Lysosomes are specialized vesicles within cells that digest large molecules through the use of hydrolytic enzymes. Lysosomes are only found in animal cells; a human cell contains around 300 of them. Vesicles are small spheres of fluid surrounded by a lipid bilayer membrane, and they have roles in transporting molecules within the cell. Not only do they digest large molecules, they are also responsible for breaking down and getting rid of waste products of the cell. Lysosomes contain over 60 different enzymes that allow them to carry out these processes.
Anthony Allison (born May 5, 1987) is a Liberian-born American soccer player who currently plays for Philadelphia Lone Star FC in the National Premier Soccer League. Allison previously played for the Puerto Rico Islanders in the USSF Division 2 Professional League in 2010 before signing with IFK Sundsvall in 2011. Allison grew up in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, attended Overbrook High School, and played club soccer for Junior Lone Star FC, before playing college soccer at Wilmington University.
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Lysosomes are one of the many types of organelles found in animal cells (cell biology). Lysosomes are tiny sacs filled with enzymes that enable the cell to process nutrients
Lysosomes are one of the many types of organelles found in animal cells (cell biology). Lysosomes are tiny sacs filled with enzymes that enable the cell to process nutrients. They are also responsible for destroying the cell after it has died, which they do by a process called autolysis. Lysosomes are particularly abundant in liver and kidney cells. Lysosomes are the main sites of digestion, that is the break-down of structures, within cells. There are, however, some circumstances (diseases, conditions) in which lysosomes begin to 'break-down' living cells - not just useless parts of cells or potentially harmful structures.
Lysosomes (Carolina biology readers ; 58). by Anthony C. Allison. ISBN 9780892782581 (978-0-89278-258-1) Softcover, Carolina Biological Supply Co, 1977. Find signed collectible books: 'Lysosomes (Carolina biology readers ; 58)'.
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Authors and affiliations. Weissmann G, Rita GA (1972) Molecular basis of gouty inflammation: interaction of monosodium urate with lysosomes and liposomes. Nature (New Biol) 240:167–172. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Williams AO, Flanders KC, Saffiotti U (1993) Immunohistochemical localization of transforming growth factor-β in rats with experimental silicosis, alveolar type II hyperplasia, and lung cancer.