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Which cell organelles are called ribonucleoprotein particles?
Ribosome’s are called the ribonucleoprotein particles in a cell. They are called so, because they are formed by association of both RNA and protein. They suspend freely in the cytoplasm and gets stuck to the walls of endoplasmic reticulum as they get the signal from the nucleus. After the signal they carry out the process of protein synthesis via translation.
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