• These are images of cells in a salivary gland from a fruit fly. The images were captured using a confocal microscope. In the first image, you can see a dense network of tubular membranes (endosomes) that function to recycle proteins in the cell. In the second image, you can see several cells with large nuclei shown in blue. Within each cell are numerous Golgi bodies that produce and package proteins for secretion.
  • These are images of cells in a salivary gland from a fruit fly. The images were captured using a confocal microscope. In the first image, you can see a dense network of tubular membranes (endosomes) that function to recycle proteins in the cell. In the second image, you can see several cells with large nuclei shown in blue. Within each cell are numerous Golgi bodies that produce and package proteins for secretion.

These are images of cells in a salivary gland from a fruit fly. The images were captured using a confocal microscope. In the first image, you can see a dense network of tubular membranes (endosomes) that function to recycle proteins in the cell. In the second image, you can see several cells with large nuclei shown in blue. Within each cell are numerous Golgi bodies that produce and package proteins for secretion.

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