... This article relates to cell biology . For the Italian town, see Cisterna, Italy .
(plural cisternae ) comprises a flattened membrane disk which makes up the Golgi apparatus . A typical Golgi has anywhere from 3 to 7 cisternae ...
... new cisternae at the cis face and destroying them at the trans face) or by vesicular transport (small vesicles transport the proteins from one cisterna
to the next, while the cisternae remain unchanged).
Lately, it is also proposed that the cisternae are interconnected and the transport of cargo ...
... Anterograde transport vesicles
These are forward-moving vesicles.
Retrograde transport vesicles
These vesicles move from later to earlier cisterna
Vesicles can be used as reaction chambers for chemical reactions that could damage the cell if they would occur in the cytosol. For example, ...
Cisterna in Biological Dictionary
... A cisterna
comprises a flattened membrane disk that makes ... for other parts of the cell. The Battle of cisterna
took place during World War II, on January 30 to February 2, 1944, near cisterna
, Italy, as part of the battle of Anzio that ...
...... What is ampulla ? Meaning of ampulla medical term. What does ampulla mean? ... ampulla /am·pul·la/ (am-pul'ah) pl. ... ampulla chy'li cisterna
chyli. ... AMPULLA (either a diminutive of amphora, or from Lat. ... The most celebrated ampulla in history was that known as la sainte ...