How does the Golgi complex work? What functions does it perform?

The Golgi complex (apparatus) is a system of intracellular membrane structures: cisterns and vesicles, in which substances synthesized on EPS membranes accumulate. Substances are delivered to the Golgi complex in membrane vesicles, which are detached from the endoplasmic reticulum and attached to the tanks of the Golgi complex. Here, these substances undergo various biochemical transformations, and then are again packed into membrane vesicles, and most of them are transported to the cytoplasmic membrane. The vesicle membrane merges with the cytoplasmic membrane, and the contents are removed outside the cell via exocytosis. In the Golgi complex of plant cells, polysaccharides of the cell wall (membrane) are synthesized. Another important function of the Golgi complex is the formation of lysosomes.

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