Problem: In order for a milk protein to be secreted, it must be moved between organelles:  a. In spheres of lipid bilayer called vesicles b. By release into the cytoplasm c. By translation in each organelle d. Attached to transporter proteins e. By the fusion of organelles with each other

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In order for a milk protein to be secreted, it must be moved between organelles: 

a. In spheres of lipid bilayer called vesicles

b. By release into the cytoplasm

c. By translation in each organelle

d. Attached to transporter proteins

e. By the fusion of organelles with each other

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