1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Hi everyone. I'm a high school teacher. My background is physics and math, but right now I'm teaching a course that involves some basic (grade 10) biology. I don't know much about bio, so I need your help! Right now, we're studying the organelles. I'm trying to put together some information about how the organelles work together to make proteins. Hopefully this will make the organelle functions easier for the students to remember. Basically, I just need to know if what I've written below is true. Any corrections would be helpful! 2. Relevant equations 3. The attempt at a solution - The nucleus directs all of the cell's activities. It contains the cell's genetic material, which is called DNA. The DNA is like an instruction manual that tells the cell how to build proteins. - The DNA travels to the rough endoplasmic reticulum (ER), which is studded with ribosomes. The ribosomes use the instructions in the DNA to synthesize proteins. - The smooth endoplasmic reticulum acts like a pathway that connects the rough ER to the golgi body. The finished proteins travel along this pathway. - The proteins end up in the golgi body, which sorts them and then packages them into vesicles. Vesicles are like bubbles within the cell. The vesicles can break through the cell membrane, carrying the proteins outside the cell to wherever they are needed.