Table of Contents
- 1 Which organelle is responsible for breaking down old organelles?
- 2 What cell part makes the tadpole tail disappear?
- 3 When a tadpole becomes a frog and the cells of the tail get digested which cell organelle does the digesting?
- 4 Where are old organelles broken down?
- 5 How is a tadpoles tail absorbed lysosomes?
- 6 What do changes in the body parts of the tadpoles have to do with the cells?
- 7 How does a lysosome function?
- 8 Which cell organelle is responsible for metamorphosis in frog?
Which organelle is responsible for breaking down old organelles?
A lysosome is a membrane-bound cell organelle that contains digestive enzymes. Lysosomes are involved with various cell processes. They break down excess or worn-out cell parts.
What cell part makes the tadpole tail disappear?
lysosomes. A tadpole’s tail slowly disappears as it grows legs…
Which organelle in the tadpole’s cells uses enzymes to help in the breakdown of the tail?
Lysosomes are single membrane bound small vacuole shaped organelles. These are formed from Golgi bodies. Lysosome stores a lot of digestive and hydrolysing enzymes. Lysosomal enzymes help macrophagic cells to digest cell debris that they remove.
When a tadpole becomes a frog and the cells of the tail get digested which cell organelle does the digesting?
3. If the cell is injured or dead, the lysosomes’ enzymes can digest the whole cell such as when a tadpole becomes a frog and loses its tail.
Where are old organelles broken down?
Explanation: Where the organelle died, the lysosomes digests the old organelles and cells right there.
Do lysosomes destroy and recycle old organelles?
Lysosomes are organelles that digest and dispose of unwanted protein, DNA, RNA, carbohydrates, and lipids in the cell. Aside from breaking down unwanted molecules, and even other organelles, its recycling function is at the center of a process called autophagy, in which the cell digests itself.
How is a tadpoles tail absorbed lysosomes?
The cells in tadpole tails are specialised and contain many more lysosomes compared to its other cells. Some lysosomes may be formed by budding directly from the golgi. The hydrolytic enzymes in the lysosomes of the tadpoles tail destroy the cells of the tail as it transforms into a frog.
What do changes in the body parts of the tadpoles have to do with the cells?
This suggests that cells from anywhere in the body can be driven to form an eye.” To do this, they changed the voltage gradient of cells in the tadpoles’ back and tail to match that of normal eye cells.
Which organelle would be most involved in the loss of a tadpole’s tail as the tadpole matures to a frog?
Tadpoles have a high amount of lysosomes so that the the tail can be broken down when it turns into a frog.
How does a lysosome function?
Lysosomes function as the digestive system of the cell, serving both to degrade material taken up from outside the cell and to digest obsolete components of the cell itself. Lysosomes thus represent morphologically diverse organelles defined by the common function of degrading intracellular material.
Which cell organelle is responsible for metamorphosis in frog?
Answer: b. Lysosome is a right answer .
What organelle would help assist in the loss of the tail during the metamorphosis of a tadpole into a frog?
This special vesicle is the lysosome. Tadpoles have a high amount of lysosomes so that the the tail can be broken down when it turns into a frog.