Quiz On Golgi Complex or Golgi Apparatus or Golgi Body or Golgi, An Organelle in Eukaryotic Cells

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Golgi complex originates from Endoplasmic Reticulum and presents in all eukaryotic cells except RBCs and prokaryotes. It exists in two forms one is Golgisome and another is Dictyosomes. Golgisome have fixed position near nucleus and Dictyosome is scattered in the cytoplasm. Golgi apparatus have definite polarity one is proximal forming and another one is distal maturing. It is made up of three parts: cisternae, tubules, and vacuole. The production of hormones in some endocrine glands is mediated through the Golgi apparatus. So, check your knowledge about the Golgi complex.

Questions Excerpt


1. Who discovered the Golgi complex?

A. Dalton

B. Baker

C. Camillo Golgi

D. None of these

2. Who modifies the material like protein, carbohydrates sterols, etc.?

A. Endoplasmic Reticulum

B. Mitochondria

C. Golgi complex

D. Ribosomes

3. Which one form acrosome in sperm?

A. Mitochondria

B. Golgi complex

C. Vacuoles

D. Lysosomes

4. Golgi complex produce pigment granules in ......

A. Liver cell

B. Pancreatic cell

C. Plasma cell

D. Cancer cell

5. The main enzyme of the Golgi complex is ...

A. Nucleoside diphosphatese

B. Lipases

C. Amylase

D. Maltase

6. The Golgi complex is surrounded by .....

A. Ribosome

B. Lysosome

C. Zone of exclusion

D. None of them

7. The production of ______in thyroid gland is mediated through the Golgi apparatus.

A. Estrogen

B. Cortisol

C. Thyroxine

D. Estrogen

8. Golgi complex carryout recycling of ..........

A. Lysosome

B. Ribosome

C. Plasma Membrane

D. None of them

9. In which year Camillo Golgi discovered Golgi complex?

A. On April 1892

B. On April 1894

C. On April 1896

D. On April 1898

10. Which one is formed by Golgi bodies?

A. Lysosomes

B. Ribosomes

C. Protein

D. All of these


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