I was wondering if you could answer the following question:
How do the cell organelles (apart from the nucleus and mitochondria) found in a human form? Does the nuclear DNA encode for the formation of these organelles (eg Golgi apparatus, Microtubules, cilia etc) in an individual?
Thanking you in advance for your time and help!
Cellular organelles are intracellular compartments with specific functions that are crucial to the life of the cell. Each organelle provides precise functions inside cells, for example, mitochondria are involved in cellular respiration, ribosomes in protein production, etc. Nuclear DNA contains, so called, housekeeping genes, which are involved in basic cell maintenance. These genes code for enzymes that enable organelles to provide their specific functions.