What is a Lysosome? Function, Formation, Types, & Structure1

What is a Lysosome? Function, Formation, Types, & Structure1

What is a lysosome? Importance of Darwin’s theory The word Lysosome is made up of two Greek words Lyso and Soma. Lyso means digestive and soma means action ie Lysosome means a digestive function. Lysosomes were discovered by De Duve. Alex Novikoff looked at the lysosome in the cell by electron microscope and named it lysosome. It is a … Read more

What is a Cytoplasm? and Function of the Cytoplasm

What is a cytoplasm? The internal (protoplasm) of the cells is called the cytoplasm, which occupies the area between the cell nucleus and the plasma membrane. It is a colloidal dispersion of a fluid called cytosol or hyaloplasm, very fine in a granular appearance and composition. It consists of different cell organs and has many … Read more

What does the mitochondria do? Function of the mitochondria

What does the mitochondria do? Function of the mitochondria, diagram of mitochondria

What does the mitochondria do? Mitochondria Greek word Bhashake two words Mitos ie thread (Thread) and Chondrion means is composed of particles (granule). Therefore, mitochondria are also known as the powerhouse of the cell. The randomly scattered double-membrane organelles in the cytoplasm of all living plant and animal cells are called neoplasms or mitochondria. With the help of a microscope inside the … Read more

What is the function of Ribosomes? Types, Definition, and Structure

What is the function of Ribosomes? Types, Definition, and Structure

Ribosomes What is the function of Ribosomes?The ribosome is found independently in the cytoplasm and as a rash on the rough endoplasmic reticulum. The ribosome is found in all cells except RBC cells (eukaryotic cells and prokaryotic cells). Is the smallest cell unit. Ribosome explorers  Robinson and Brown (in bean roots) Nominee – Palade (seen … Read more