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I am not sure why this patient would suffer with pains in abdomen, loss of weight due to having extremely small Golgi apparatus.
Also, suggest why lack of sufficient intrinsic proteins on the plasma membrane might cause a patient fatigue.
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I am not sure why this patient would suffer with pains in abdomen, loss of weight due to having extremely small Golgi apparatus.
Also, suggest why lack of sufficient intrinsic proteins on the plasma membrane might cause a patient fatigue.
Moved to Biology :hat2:
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I am not sure why this patient would suffer with pains in abdomen, loss of weight due to having extremely small Golgi apparatus.
Also, suggest why lack of sufficient intrinsic proteins on the plasma membrane might cause a patient fatigue.
Ah I haven't done this in ages so I'm sorry if I'm mistaken.

But maybe the lack of intrinsic proteins could also mean less metabolic enzymes, and thus less respiration takes place (and since respiration=energy) that'll mean the patient has no energy and is fatigued.

I'm not sure about the Golgi apparatus. Is there any more information provided?
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I am not sure why this patient would suffer with pains in abdomen, loss of weight due to having extremely small Golgi apparatus.
Also, suggest why lack of sufficient intrinsic proteins on the plasma membrane might cause a patient fatigue.
If there is a lack of intrinsic proteins then it means the uptake of molecules such as glycerol are reduced which could affect the process of glycolysis and therefore energy levels.
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