There are protiens translated by free ribosomes and proteins translated by attached ribosomes. But how do these two types of protein differ from each other? I am just talking about a eukaryotic cell. I know that proteins made by free ribosomes do not have a covering but proteins made by attached ribosome gradully have a vesicle around them but I am not able to understand what difference in use does the vesicle make? (I am new here so pls forgive if there are mistakes in my question)

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    $\begingroup$ As a newcomer to Stack Exchange Biology, you may not realize that your question has a couple of problems that may result in it being ruled off-topic. The first is that it looks rather like a homework question, for which there are specific rules you can find in the Help. One of these — which also applies generally — is that you should show that you have made an attempt to answer this question yourself. This means doing some research. Try Wikipedia on free and membrane-bound ribosomes. $\endgroup$ – David Jun 21 '19 at 21:59
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