Illustration of a Golgi Apparatus, or Golgi Body or the Golgi Complex, an organelle found in most eukaryotic cells. It is named after the Italian physician Camillo Golgi who identified it in 1897. It processes and packages proteins and lipids before they make their way to their destinations. It is part of the endomembrane system. Due to its size it was one of the first organelles to be observed in detail and is found in both plant and animal cells.
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