Describe the structure of the Golgi complex. Which fragment of this figure can illustrate the process of lysosome formation?

The main structural component of the Golgi complex is a smooth membrane, which forms packets of flattened cisterns, large vacuoles or small bubbles. From EPS to the Golgi complex, proteins, fats and carbohydrates are transported, condensed and packaged as a secret for isolation or are used by the cell itself. Lysosomes are also formed here (the area near the number 1, vesicles).

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