Question:

If a cell's digestive enzymes are enclosed in a membrane-bound organelle, how can these molecules function in the cell?

Answer:

Digestive enzymes break down worn-out organelles and ship them to the cytoplasm where they are used to construct new organelles.


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digestive enzymes
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