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Internal membranes play important roles in protein production and processing except they do NOT

anchor ribosomes in place.
transport substances to different areas.
contain the hereditary information for the protein.
modify proteins to go into vesicles.

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    No DNA info within the membrane.
    ~Terry

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    so it would be contain the hereditary info for the protein

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    Hereditary info is contained within the nucleus in the chromosome inside the cell. Not the membrane itself.
    ~Terry

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    but they do anchor ribosomes in place?

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    yes.they do

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    In fact ballamoney1, they do not anchor the ribosomes in place. The ribosomes simply float around wherever they please, and when they want to, they flow into the chloroplasts. There they will perform photosynthesis and turn green.

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