Golgi apparatus

German: Golgi-Apparat
Japanese: ゴルジ装置

Cell biology. Named after Camillo Golgi, 1843-1926. A complex cuplike structure within eukaryotic cells. Golgi complexes are membrane sites of the formation of the carbohydrate side chains of glycoproteins and mucopolysaccharides and play a role in storage and transport.

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