Origin of endoplasmic reticulum, Biology

ORIGIN OF E.R.

(1)      Originates from plasma membrane.

(2)      According to Haguenau, E.R.originates from Nebenkern (Germ center). Nebenkern is a group of concentric layers or rings around the nucleus in embryonic life.

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