Electron micrographs of neurons revealed a large number of Golgi complex membranes. Explain this phenomenon using knowledge of the functions of the Golgi complex in the cell.
1) The functions of the Golgi complex are the transport of substances in the cell and the formation of lysosomes. (or, the Golgi apparatus forms bubbles in which substances reach the plasma membrane and are ejected from the cell by exocytosis)
2) The transmission of a nerve impulse from one neuron to another is carried out using special substances (neurotransmitters), which are synthesized in the neuron and displayed on its surface. The removal of synthesized substances to the cell surface is carried out by the Golgi complex.
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