Which one of the following structures is an organelle within an organelle?

Which One Of The Following Structures Is An Organelle Within Biology Question

Which one of the following structures is an organelle within an organelle?

Options

(a) Ribosome
(b) Peroxisome
(c) ER
(d) Mesosome

Correct Answer:

Ribosome

Explanation:

Ribosome are small naked (non membrane bound) particles made of r-RNA and proteins. Ribosomes are also seen in the organelles like mitochondria and chloroplasts. They are the cell’s protein factories and are found on RER and scattered in the cytoplasm as polyribosomes. Ribosomes are the sites at which information carried in the genetic code is converted into protein molecules.

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Question Type: Memory (969)
Difficulty Level: Easy (1013)
Topics: Cell Structure and Functions (417)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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