1 edition of Ciliary and Flagellar Membranes found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Robert A. Bloodgood|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (450 pages)|
|Number of Pages||450|
|ISBN 10||1461278457, 1461305152|
|ISBN 10||9781461278450, 9781461305156|
Ciliary and Flagellar Dynamics A Major Qualifying Project Report Submitted to The Faculty of The goal of this project is to further identify what regulates ciliary and agellar beating. Further-more, in an e ort to better understand the e ects of certain variables on ciliary beating, simulations. Ciliary and Flagellar Movements. Cilia and flagella or their derivatives occur in all animal phyla. They constitute the primary locomotor y structures of many protozoa and of several kinds of metazoan cells, for example, sperm, ciliated epithelia of invertebrates and vertebrates.
Intraflagellar transport or IFT is a bidirectional motility along axonemal microtubules that is essential for the formation (ciliogenesis) and maintenance of most eukaryotic cilia and flagella. It is thought to be required to build all cilia that assemble within a membrane projection from the cell surface. Plasmodium falciparum cilia and the sperm flagella of Drosophila are examples of cilia. Functional protofilament numbering of ciliary, flagellar, and centriolar microtubules. / Linck, Richard W; Stephens, Raymond E. In: Cell Motility and the Cytoskeleton Cited by:
Ribbon proteins may be expected to function in ciliary/flagellar assembly, stability, motility, and/or signaling and other MT systems. Centriole and Cilia Assembly The role of tektins in ciliogenesis and MT turnover has been rigorously investigated (35, 36, 51), and tektins, Rib Sp 74, and Rib Sp are present in centrioles and basal. The unicellular green alga Chlamydomonas reinhardtii is an ideal model organism for studies of ciliary function and assembly. In assays for biological and biochemical effects of various factors on flagellar structure and function, synchronous culture is advantageous for minimizing variability. Here, we have characterized a method in which % synchronization is Cited by: 2.
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Ciliary and Flagellar Membranes Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition. this is the fIrst volume that attempts to bring together the available informa tion on ciliary and flagellar membranes.
This reflects a slow awakening by cell biologists and other scientists to the signifIcance of ciliary and flagellar surfaces.5/5(1). Definitions and Origin.- 5. Metabolic Relationship Ciliary and Flagellar Membranes book Membrane and Axonemal Tubulin.- 6. Reconstitution of Ciliary Membranes.- 7.
Micellarization with Detergents and Interaction with Lipids.- 8. Tubulin as an Integral Membrane Structural Element.- 9. Summary and Discussion.- References.- Lipids of Ciliary and Flagellar Membranes.- 1. Search within book. Front Matter. Pages i-xvii. PDF.
Introduction to Cilia and Flagella. and Assembly of Ciliary Membranes in Tetrahymena. Norman E. Williams. Pages Ciliary Membrane Tubulin. Stephens.
Pages Lipids of Ciliary and Flagellar Membranes. Edna S. Kaneshiro. Pages Flagellar Surfaces of Parasitic. Linkages between Microtubules and Membranes in Cilia and Flagella.
Pages Dentler, William : Springer US. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Introduction to cilia and flagella / George B. Witman --Linkages between microtubules and membranes in cilia and flagella / William L.
Dentler --Euglena gracilis / G.B. Bouck, T.K. Rosiere, and P.J. Levasseur --Gliding motility and flagellar glycoprotein. Reconstitution of Ciliary Membranes Micellarization with Detergents and Interaction with Lipids Tubulin as an Integral Membrane Structural Element Summary and Discussion --References Lipids of Ciliary and Flagellar Membranes Preparations of Cilia and Flagella and Their Membranes Lipid Composition Sterols Flagellar membrane localization via association with lipid rafts.
J Cell Sci. ; – [PMC free article] Vickerman K, Tetley L. Flagellar surfaces of parasitic protozoa and their role in attachment. In: Bloodgood RA, editor. Ciliary and Flagellar Membranes. New York: Plenum Press; pp.
–Cited by: A second specialization of the ciliary membrane is a deep cleft that forms a double membrane sheath encircling the base of the cilium in cells from diverse organisms (Figure 1).In Trypanosomatid parasites, this region has been called the flagellar “pocket” membrane and we will adopt this terminology to refer to this region .Though usually not emphasized in most Cited by: Abstract.
The lipids of isolated cilia and flagella have been analyzed in only a few organisms. There is a substantial number of reports on the ciliary lipids of differences in proteins and lipids exist between strains formerly grouped together as T.
on’s and Nozawa’s laboratories did their earlier work mainly with T. pyriformis amicronucleate Cited by: In comparison with ciliary and flagellar axonemes, relatively little is known about the structure, composition, or function of ciliary membranes or about the bridge structures that link the Author: Robert Bloodgood.
Biol Cell () 76, Elsevier, Paris Review Directed movements of ciliary and flagellar membrane components: A review Robert A Bloodgood Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Boxand the Cancer Center, University of Virginia School of Medicine, Charlottesville, VirginiaUSA (Received I I September ; accepted 8 January ) Cited by: INTRODUCTION.
Cilia and flagella 1 are membrane-bounded organelles with unique membrane, soluble, and cytoskeletal compartments. Although the study of cilia has a long and interesting history (Bloodgood, ), for much of this history they were believed to function solely as motile organelles translocating entire cells (gametes, protistans) through a medium or materials.
Cilia and flagella are one of the best understood motile systems and the only system in which the function of microtubules is well known. This is because of the stability of the microtubular axoneme that makes it possible to isolate and characterize its components and to reactivate ciliary movements in by: Chapter 5 Targeting Proteins to the Ciliary Membrane is thought to play a role in sorting or trafficking proteins to the ciliary membrane.
between their flagellar membranes and the gut. Flagellar fractionation and membrane characterization. Isolation of flagellar paraxonemal rod proteins ; Preparation of ciliary and flagellar remnants ; In vitro polymerization of tubulin from Echinoderm sperm flagellar microtubules ; Methods for the isolation of tektins and sarkosyl-insoluble protofilament ribbons ; Cilia and Flagella presents protocols accessible to all individuals working with eukaryotic cilia and flagella.
These recipes delineate laboratory methods and reagents, as well as critical steps and pitfalls of the procedures. The volume covers the roles of cilia and flagella in cell Price: $ A flagellum (/ f l ə ˈ dʒ ɛ l əm /; plural: flagella) is a lash-like appendage that protrudes from the cell body of certain bacteria and eukaryotic cells termed as flagellates.A flagellate can have one or several flagella.
The primary function of a flagellum is that of locomotion, but it also often functions as a sensory organelle, being sensitive to chemicals and temperatures outside the FMA: Cilia/flagella are conserved eukaryotic organelles that play an important role in the control of cell motility and detection of environmental cues.
However, the molecular mechanisms underlying ciliary/flagellar assembly, maintenance, disassembly, and signal transduction are not yet completely understood. Recent studies demonstrated that post-translational modifications Cited by: 6.
Primary ciliary dyskinesia is a disorder characterized by chronic respiratory tract infections, abnormally positioned internal organs, and the inability to have children (infertility). The signs and symptoms of this condition are caused by abnormal cilia and are microscopic, finger-like projections that stick out from the surface of cells.
Depending on the type of cells, cilia and flagella have the following functions: Propelling cells - using cilia or flagella, cells are able to move freely in their environment, especially in aquatic or moist environments.
Sensory functions - Some cilia and flagella allow cells to sense changes in their surroundings which in turn allows the cells to respond appropriately.
Cilia and Flagella presents protocols accessible to all individuals working with eukaryotic cilia and flagella. These recipes delineate laboratory methods and reagents, as well as critical steps and pitfalls of the procedures.
The volume covers the roles of cilia and flagella in cell assembly and motility, the cell cycle, cell-cell recognition and other sensory functions, as well as human.The transition zone (TZ, magenta) is a subdomain of the base of the cilium characterized by Y-shaped links between the ciliary membrane and doublet microtubules of the axoneme.
The ciliary membrane (orange) ensheaths the axoneme. The ciliary pocket membrane (cyan) surrounds the ciliary membrane and separates it from the plasma membrane (blue).Cited by: Cilia/flagella are conserved eukaryotic organelles that play an important role in the control of cell motility and detection of environmental cues.
However, the molecular mechanisms underlying ciliary/flagellar assembly, maintenance, disassembly, and signal transduction are not yet completely understood.