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*  Cytoplasmic determinant
During this period of time, some regions of the cytoplasm accumulate some of these cytoplasmic determinants, whose distribution ... Presumptive Territories Maps could be established simply by coloring particular regions of the zygote's cytoplasm. Biology ...
*  Importin
... -β returns to the cytoplasm, still bound to Ran-GTP. Once in the cytoplasm, Ran-GTP is hydrolysed by RanGAP, forming ... In the nucleus, a GEF will charge Ran with a GTP molecule, which is then hydrolysed by a GAP in the cytoplasm, as stated above ... This is achieved by the virus sequestering importin-α in the cytoplasm, meaning it can no longer bind its cargo at the NLS. As ... The rate of diffusion depends on both the concentration of importin-α present in the cytoplasm and also the binding affinity of ...
*  Nuclear localization sequence
A GTPase-activating protein (GAP) in the cytoplasm hydrolyzes the Ran-GTP to GDP, and this causes a conformational change in ... The inner and outer membranes connect at multiple sites, forming channels between the cytoplasm and the nucleoplasm. These ... oocytes after being micro-injected into the cytoplasm. These experiments were part of a series that subsequently led to studies ...
*  Cytoplasm
The cytoplasm, mitochondria and most organelles are contributions to the cell from the maternal gamete. Contrary to the older ... The cytoplasm is about 80% water and usually colorless. The submicroscopic ground cell substance or cytoplasmatic matrix which ... The inner, granular and more fluid portion of the cytoplasm is referred to as endoplasm. Due to this network of fibres and high ... A solid glass cytoplasm would freeze subcellular structures in place, preventing damage, while allowing the transmission of ...
*  Cytoplasm-to-vacuole targeting
The abbreviation Cvt comes from the emphasis Cytoplasm vacuole targeting, not from Cytoplasm-to-vacuole targeting. Lynch-Day MA ... Cytoplasm-to-vacuole targeting (Cvt) is an autophagy-related pathway in yeast. Under vegetative conditions it delivers ...
*  Henry Harris (scientist)
ISBN 0-19-857344-8. Harris, Henry (1974). Nucleus and Cytoplasm. Oxford: Clarendon Press. ISBN 0-19-854125-2. Harris, Henry ( ...
*  Novyella
It has been revised by Landau et al and currently contains only those species with a white/blue globule in the cytoplasm. ... They contain scanty cytoplasm. Gametocytes are elongated. Sexual stages in this subgenus resemble those of Haemoproteus. ... can be found in the cytoplasm. Plasmodium accipiteris Plasmodium bambusicolai Plasmodium corradettii Plasmodium delichoni ...
*  List of Plasmodium species
They contain scanty cytoplasm. Gametocytes are elongated. Sexual stages in this subgenus resemble those of Haemoproteus. A ... Bennettinia Schizonts contain scant cytoplasm, are often round, do not exceed the size of the host nucleus and stick to it. ... Giovannolaia Schizonts contain plentiful cytoplasm, are larger than the host cell nucleus and frequently displace it. They are ... Huffia Mature schizonts, while varying in shape and size, contain plentiful cytoplasm and are commonly found in immature ...
*  Plasmodium polare
It has abundant cytoplasm. This parasite occurs in the United States. Hosts of this species include the bald eagle (Haliaeetus ...
*  Cytosol
... "aqueous cytoplasm" has been used to describe the liquid contents of the cytoplasm of living cells. Prior to this, other terms ... The term cytosol is now used to refer to the liquid phase of the cytoplasm in an intact cell. This excludes any part of the ... The viscosity of cytoplasm is roughly the same as pure water, although diffusion of small molecules through this liquid is ... Such a soluble cell extract is not identical to the soluble part of the cell cytoplasm and is usually called a cytoplasmic ...
*  Structural inheritance
Preer JR (March 2006). "Sonneborn and the cytoplasm". Genetics. 172 (3): 1373-7. PMC 1456306 . PMID 16554410. Preer JR ( ... or the liquid cytoplasm, but in the cortical structure of the surface of the ciliates. Preexisting cell surface structures ...
*  White blood cell
The cytoplasm may look transparent because of fine granules that are pale lilac when stained. Neutrophils are active in ... The cytoplasm is full of granules that assume a characteristic pink-orange color with eosin staining. Basophils are chiefly ... They also possess abundant cytoplasm. Some leucocytes migrate into the tissues of the body to take up a permanent residence at ... and by their cytoplasm granules (present or absent, or more precisely, visible on light microscopy or not thus visible). The ...
*  Viral replication
Replication is within the cytoplasm. Viruses with segmented genomes for which replication occurs in the cytoplasm and for which ... This may take place in the cell's nucleus, cytoplasm, or at plasma membrane for most developed viruses. The viruses, now being ... Most DNA viruses assemble in the nucleus while most RNA viruses develop solely in cytoplasm. Viruses multiply only in living ... These viruses consist of two types, however both share the fact that replication is primarily in the cytoplasm, and that ...
*  Liver cytology
The cytoplasm of the hepatocyte near canaliculi is rich in actin filaments, and they are probably capable of modifying the ... Their cytoplasm is mostly acidophilic. Basophilic regions correspond to the RER and free ribosomes. Mitochondria are abundant ... Since they are metabolically active cells, their cytoplasm has many organelles. Hepatocytes are the main cells of the liver. ...
*  TRIM25
... localizes to the cytoplasm. The presence of potential DNA-binding and dimerization-transactivation domains suggests that ...
*  Blue Sky Black Death
"Cytoplasm Pixel Discogs.com entry". discogs.com. Retrieved 2011-06-23. "Noah23 interview". ugsmag.com. 2008-09-07. Retrieved ... Kingston entirely produced Noah23's debut album Cytoplasm Pixel in 1999, and the two collaborated closely until Jupiter ...
*  Baltimore classification
As with most RNA viruses, this class replicates in the "Core" capsid that is in cytoplasm, not having to use the host ... The replication of viruses happens in the cytoplasm or nucleus (for segmented class V viruses). Class IV and V ssRNA viruses do ... These can be divided into two groups, both of which reproduce in the cytoplasm: Viruses with polycistronic mRNA where the ... Replication is within the cytoplasm. Viruses with segmented genomes for which replication occurs in the nucleus and for which ...
*  Groundplasm
Cell Cytoplasm Lawrence E. (1999). Henderson's Dictionary of biological terms. London: Longman Group Ltd. ISBN 0-582-22708-9. ...
*  Plasmodium fieldi
Trophozoites: The cytoplasm is compact, staining a deep blue while the nucleus stains deep red. Pigment is dark and made up of ... The deep blue cytoplasm has delicate, dark pigmentgranules scattered within it. The host cell, which may be slightly enlarged, ... The cytoplasm stains pale blue. The nucleus is about 1 micrometre in diameter. There are no morphological features to ... Mature microgametocytes occupy the entire the host cell and have dark pink cytoplasm. The off center nucleus stains red and has ...
*  Stratum corneum
Their cytoplasm shows filamentous keratin. These corneocytes are embedded in a lipid matrix composed of ceramides, cholesterol ...
*  60S ribosomal protein L7
It is located in the cytoplasm. The protein has been shown to be an autoantigen in patients with systemic autoimmune diseases, ...
*  40S ribosomal protein S29
It is located in the cytoplasm. Variable expression of this gene in colorectal cancers compared to adjacent normal tissues has ...
*  Asparagus virus 1
Virions are found in the cytoplasm. Inclusions are present in infected cells. Inclusion bodies in the host cell are found in ... the cytoplasm. Cytoplasmic inclusions are pinwheels. Inclusions do not contain mature virions. The virus is probably ...
*  60S ribosomal protein L24
It is located in the cytoplasm. This gene has been referred to as ribosomal protein L30 because the encoded protein shares ...
*  RPL36
It is located in the cytoplasm. Transcript variants derived from alternative splicing exist; they encode the same protein. As ...