*List of MeSH codes (A11)

... bacterial chromatophores MeSH A11.284.430.214.190.875.117 - cell nucleus MeSH A11.284.430.214.190.875.117.550 - macronucleus ... bacterial MeSH A11.284.187.190.170 - chromosomes, artificial, bacterial MeSH A11.284.187.360 - chromosomes, fungal MeSH A11.284 ... bacterial MeSH A11.284.180.290 - flagella MeSH A11.284.180.290.835 - sperm tail MeSH A11.284.180.565 - microvilli MeSH A11.284. ... bacterial MeSH A11.284.187.178.190 - chromosomes, artificial, mammalian MeSH A11.284.187.178.190.117 - chromosomes, artificial ...

*Chromatophore (bacteria)

Salton, MR (1987). "Bacterial membrane proteins". Microbiological sciences. 4 (4): 100-5. PMID 3153178. Frigaard, NU; Bryant, ... Chromatophores contain bacteriochlorophyll pigments and carotenoids. In purple bacteria, such as Rhodospirillum rubrum, the ... In some forms of photosynthetic bacteria, a chromatophore is a coloured, membrane-associated vesicle used to perform ... light-harvesting proteins are intrinsic to the chromatophore membranes. However, in green sulfur bacteria, they are arranged in ...

*Bacterial cell structure

Chromatophores are intracellular membranes found in phototrophic bacteria. Used primarily for photosynthesis, they contain ... Flagella are whip-like structures protruding from the bacterial cell wall and are responsible for bacterial motility (i.e. ... the bacterial DNA is not enclosed inside of a membrane-bound nucleus but instead resides inside the bacterial cytoplasm. This ... If the bacterial cell wall is entirely removed, it is called a protoplast while if it's partially removed, it is called a ...

*Rhodobacter sphaeroides

Bacterial small RNAs have been identified as components of many regulatory networks. Twenty sRNAs were experimentally ... These invaginations are also known as chromatophores. The genome of R. sphaeroides is also somewhat intriguing. It has two ... Rhodobacter sphaeroides is one of the most pivotal organisms in the study of bacterial photosynthesis. It requires no unusual ... Mank, Nils N.; Berghoff, Bork A.; Hermanns, Yannick N.; Klug, Gabriele (2012-10-02). "Regulation of bacterial photosynthesis ...

*Ichthyosaur

However, these remains are not impressions per se, but outlines formed from bacterial growth. In one case, a true impression of ... Other chromatophore structures (such as iridiophores, xanthophores, and erythrophores) affect coloration in extant reptiles but ... Unique conditions permitted the preservation of these outlines, which probably consist of bacterial mats, not the remains of ... Thus, due to the unknown presence of these chromatophores, YORYM 1993.338, could have been countershaded, green, or various ...

*Common leopard gecko

Chromatophores come in a variety of types based on the color they correspond to. Chromatophore types include xanthophores ( ... Gastroenteritis, caused by bacterial or protozoan (especially Cryptosporidium) infection brought on by such things as ... Their color is derived from pigment-containing cells known as chromatophores. These cells are responsible for an array of ...

*Klaus Schulten

Schulten's team modeled the structure and function of a Purple bacteria's chromatophore, one of the simplest living examples of ... transfer and spin exchange contributing to the magnetic field dependence of the primary photochemical reaction of bacterial ...

*Skin

Instead, the colour of the skin is largely due to chromatophores in the dermis, which, in addition to melanin, may contain ... even anti-bacterial/viral properties for protection against pathogens. The ducts of the mucous gland appear as cylindrical ... chameleons and flounders may be able to change the colour of their skin by adjusting the relative size of their chromatophores ...

*Cyanobacteria

Many cyanobacteria even display the circadian rhythms that were once thought to exist only in eukaryotic cells (see bacterial ... Nowack EC, Melkonian M, Glöckner G (March 2008). "Chromatophore genome sequence of Paulinella sheds light on acquisition of ... Archean Eon Bacterial phyla, other major lineages of Bacteria Biofertilizer Biodiesel Cyanobiont Cyanotoxin Endosymbiotic ... ISBN 978-0-08-087782-2. Kerfeld CA, Heinhorst S, Cannon GC (2010). "Bacterial microcompartments". Annual Review of Microbiology ...

*Taura syndrome

Bacterial shell disease was first described in Penaeus and Callinectes sapidus by Cook and Lofton (1973). Hasson K.W., D.V. ... a red tail due to the expansion of the red chromatophores. Mortality during this phase can be as high as 95%. The acute phase ... such as bacterial shell disease. In general pathognomonic histopathological lesions are the first step in confirmatory ...

*Chloroplast

Chromatophores cannot survive outside their host. Chromatophore DNA is about a million base pairs long, containing around 850 ... While similar to bacterial ribosomes, chloroplast translation is more complex than in bacteria, so chloroplast ribosomes ... Chromatophores have transferred much less of their DNA to the nucleus of their host. About 0.3-0.8% of the nuclear DNA in ... The ribosomes in chloroplasts are similar to bacterial ribosomes. Because so many chloroplast genes have been moved to the ...

*List of metaphor-based metaheuristics

While for G3 the interaction between the leucophores and chromatophores (case 5) is used to produce solutions around the best ... processes that has been used as the basis for a metaheuristic framework now includes such diverse processes as bacterial ... the interaction between chromatophores and iridophores) to produce a new solutions. These two cases are used as a global search ... the interaction between Iridophores and chromatophores) to produces a new solutions) as a local search. ...

*List of sequenced plastomes

Nowack EC, Melkonian M, Glöckner G (2008). "Chromatophore genome sequence of Paulinella sheds light on acquisition of ... List of sequenced eukaryotic genomes List of sequenced bacterial genomes List of sequenced archaeal genomes Moore MJ, Soltis PS ... compact genomes and genes of bacterial origin". BMC Genomics. 16 (1): 204. doi:10.1186/s12864-015-1418-3. ISSN 1471-2164. ...

*List of cutaneous conditions

ISBN 0-8151-3762-1. Stulberg DL, Penrod MA, Blatny RA; Penrod; Blatny (2002). "Common bacterial skin infections". Am Fam ... chromatophore nevus of Naegeli) Netherton syndrome Neurofibromatosis type 1 (von Recklinghausen's disease) Neurofibromatosis ...