Suppose you are a cell??

Russell Buonor/Anatomy BUONOR at JEFLIN.TJU.EDU
Thu Mar 23 09:31:00 EST 1995



On 23 Mar 1995, Scott Brenkert wrote:

> Dan Wells <DWELLS at UH.EDU> wrote:
> >
> >MDbones1 at ix.netcom.com (Dee Bones) wrote:
> >>
> >> Suppose that you are a cell with a complete & fully functional set of
> 
> >> organelles...
> >> Now, for whatever reason you must sacrifice one of those organelles
> yet
> >> remain alive.
> >> Which cellular organelle would you give up and why?  What are the
> >> consequences???
> >>
> >> Thanks in advance to all...............DeeBones
> >
> >The RER seems a bit altruistic and possibly the most dispensable.
> 
> The Golgi apparatus.  Let molecules diffuse their way to the cell
> membrane!  Of course, it does tend to slow down lipid deposition at the
> cell membrane!
> -
>   SCOTT BRENKERT  ATLR23A at prodigy.com
> 
> 
> 
> 
Let those mitochondria go, ferment and survive at a slower more relaxed pace!

Russ Buono  consumer of wine and beer!!  



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