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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «ENDOPLASM» OVER TIME
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOPLASM»
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The cytoplasm of these cells is differentiated to form two distinct regions • an
outer layer of ectoplasm - viscous cytoplasm called plasmagel • endoplasm - fluid
cytoplasm called plasmasol. During amoeboid movement, endoplasm has been
Martin Rowland, 1992
Protozoa and Other Protists
Observations show that endoplasm streams forward along the axis of the
lobopod and transforms to ectoplasm at the advancing tip, while gelated
ectoplasm is solated at the tail as it is transformed again to endoplasm. The tail
Michael A. Sleigh, 1991
Plant Cell Biology: From Astronomy to Zoology
pictures showing that the endoplasmic reticulum (ER) may be responsible for
coupling the moving endoplasm so that it moves as a whole along the actin
bundle (Figures 10.8 and 10.9). However, I find that cytochalasin causes the
Randy O. Wayne, 2009
Reflexive Polymers and Hydrogels: Understanding and ...
(a) NEM streaming (b) NEM no streaming FIGURE 5.4 Differential treatment of
gel endoplasm and flowing endoplasm with NEM. (a) Flowing endoplasm was
collected at the centrifugal cell end and cell half depleted of endoplasm was
Nobuhiko Yui, Randall J. Mrsny, Kinam Park, 2004
Developmental Biology of Physarum
... slime moulds (Alexopoulos, 1960). The handle of the fan is the tail, and at the
front is a thin sheet. A tube of ectoplasm surrounds the tail and the body, and
forms the frontal sheet, leaving a vein of endoplasm inside. The tube is tapered at
Helmut W. Sauer, 1982
The Cytoskeleton: Cellular Architecture and Choreography
Deeper, in the domain called the endoplasm, the cytoplasm is birefringent and
visco-elastic. At the front of the cell is the pseudopod tip, with a transition between
the endoplasm and the ectoplasm believed to result from contraction. Since in ...
A. B. Fulton, 1984
The Biology of Amoeba
E. THE FRONTAL (FOUNTAIN-ZONE) CONTRACTION MODEL The idea that the
streaming endoplasm might contract or in some other way be responsible for its
own displacement is not new; it was expressed in a general way as early as ...
Kwang Jeon, 2012
Modern Text Book of Zoology: Invertebrates
At the tip of pseudopodium the endoplasm is changed to ectoplasm. 6. Folding
and unfolding theory. As already noted, protoplasm can be thought of as a three-
dimensional network of ' protein chains linked together by cross linkages of side ...
Prof. R.L.Kotpal, 2012
The most familiar are lobopodia (figures 5.3 and 5.4), which are rather large,
blunt extensions of the cell body containing both central, granular endoplasm
and ectoplasm, a peripheral, nongranular layer.The ectoplasm is in the gel state
of a ...
Cleveland P. Hickman, Larry S. Roberts, Allan Larson, 2003
Primitive Motile Systems In Cell Biology
When the rhizoid cell of C. coralli'na is plasmolyzed by a 0.2 M solution of
calcium chloride (Hayashi and Kamitsubo, 1959) the endoplasm streams
normally along the inner side of the cortical layer which is microscopically visible
and about 1 ...
Robert Aleen, 2012
6 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ENDOPLASM»
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