Nonmembraneous structures that produce proteins inside the cell?


The answer is Ribosome
Ribosome - A small particles in the cytoplasm that preferentially associated with the endoplasmic reticulum membrane...

hese are referred to as nonmembranous organelles. Ribosomes are granular, nonmembranous structures that produce proteins by translating codons to form amino acids which then form proteins during protein synthesis.

During protein synthesis, 3 organelles are used. The nucleolus, the nucleus, and the ribosome.  Of these three, the ribosome is the only non-membranous structure.

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