The Lysosome is a small organelle composed of a single double phospholipid layer. Lysosome has proton pumps that draw in the hydrogen atoms, changing the fluid in the middle. After changing the reaction, acidic hydrolases inside dissolves proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and fats.

The Lysosome is a small organelle composed of a single double phospholipid layer. Lysosome has proton pumps that draw in the hydrogen atoms, changing the fluid in the middle. After changing the reaction, acidic hydrolases inside dissolves proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and fats.

 


The Lysosome is a small organelle composed of a single double phospholipid layer. Lysosome has proton pumps that draw in the hydrogen atoms, changing the fluid in the middle. After changing the reaction, acidic hydrolases inside dissolves proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and fats.