What is endomembrane system?

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Endomembrane system is a series of membranous organelles that work together and communicate via; transport vesicles.

The endomembrane system includes the organelles that are connected together by phospholipid membranes.

The endomembrane system provides compartmentalization which allows different places in a cell to have different environments. They regulate protein traffic and carries out the metabolic functions of the cell.
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Series of interacting organelles between the nucleus and plasma membrane.
Makes and modifies lipids and proteins.
Recycles molecules and particles such as worn-out cell parts, and inactivates toxins.
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