What are vesicles?

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What are vesicles?

Cellular Anatomy

Many organelles work together to complete all the processes that cells need to stay alive. Cells need to intake and export things, this process is done by specialized compartments within the cell.

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Vesicles are small fluid filled compartments surrounded by a lipid by layer. They can be within or outside of a cell. They transport things around...

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