TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «CHEMOTACTICALLY»
The term «chemotactically» is normally little used and occupies the 131.779
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CHEMOTACTICALLY»
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Sexual Interactions In eukaryotic Microbes
When chemotactically competent amebas are plated as a drop on hydrophobic
water agar they usually remain within the perimeter of that drop as in Fig. 5A.
However, when cyclic AMP is contained in the agar, aggregation phase cells
Conversely, they collect together very quickly in a chemotactically positive drop. If
the latter solution is present at too high a concentration, however, it has
chemotactically negative effect, so that the paramecia accumulate in the region of
Molecular Microbial Ecology of the Rhizosphere, Two Volume Set
The metabolic basis of the initiation of the interactions during the colonization
processes was unraveled: Pseudomonas is chemotactically attracted to the root
by root exudate components, in particular malic acid and citric acid (de Weert et
Human Sperm Acrosome Reaction
Recently it was found that human spermatozoa are chemoattracted to follicular
factors, that only a small fraction in each sperm population is chemotactically
responsive, and that the identity of the spermatozoa which belong to this category
Patrick Fénichel, Jean Parinaud, 1995
In both species it was found that only a small fraction of a given sperm population
is chemotactically responsive to a follicular factor(s) at any given time [2-12% in
humans (Cohen-Dayag et al., 1994) and ~10% in mice (Giojalas and Rovasio, ...
Single-Cell-Based Models in Biology and Medicine
When the cells are active, their sudden strong chemotactic motion creates a
steep pressure gradient opposite to the direction of motion, but also a pressure
gradient outside the chemotactically active part, oriented in the same direction as
Alexander Anderson, M. A. J. Chaplain, Katarzyna Rejniak, 2007
METHODS IN CELL BIOLOGY,VOLUME 28: DICTYOSTELIUM DISCOIDEUM: ...
Time-lapse films showed that 2- to 4-hour starving amoebae were attracted
chemotactically within a region ~100 μm in diameter without relay of the signal.
After 6 hours cells were attracted and relayed the signal to the more peripherally
Innate Immunity to Pulmonary Infection
... cell suspension. These experiments clearly demonstrated that mast cell
progenitors in the bone marrow respond chemotactically to LTB4, but not to SCF.
In comparison, c-kit+ cells cultured for 2 weeks with IL3 still responded
Novartis Foundation, 2007
Although restricted to motile and chemotactically active microorganisms, a
considerable fraction of species can be covered with this technique, particularly
in bacterioplankton communities. Several formats of the chemotaxis assay have
Jared R. Leadbetter, 2005
Oxford English Dictionary Additions Series
654 Strasburger's suggestion that the chromosomes are chemotactically sensible
seems rather unlikely. 1946 Physiol. Rec. XXVI. 324 Such accumulations of
lymphocytes suggest that they may have been attracted chemotactically. 1989 B.
J. A. Simpson, Michael Proffitt, E. S. C. Weiner, 1997
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Scientists ponder Cockburn Sound's ecological mysteries
"The seagrasses also directly exude small dissolved compounds such as sugars and it's thought these sugars allow bacteria to chemotactically ... «Phys.Org, Oct 13»