Chapter 19 - Cellular mechanismsof development, in this chapter, you will learn: In general terms, compare and contrast plant and animal developmental processes; understand the stages of development, from cleavage to organogenesis, in a model vertebrate; describe the stages of development in a representative insect from the influence of maternal genes to metamorphosis;...
Book "Milk Production - Advanced Genetic Traits, Cellular Mechanism, Animal Nutrition and Management" is made for the publication of continuation of advances in the knowledge involving milk production. This book is divided into two main sections and is devoted to more specific consideration of areas with aspects of genetics factors and the molecular and cellular mechanisms, animal management, nutrition and husbandry.
Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học General Psychiatry cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài: Cellular mechanisms underlying the effects of an early experience on cognitive abilities and affective states...
This text provides the student and professional mechanical engineer with a reference text of an essentially practical nature. It is uncluttered by text, and extensive use of illustrations and tables provide quick and clear access to information. It also includes examples of detailed calculations on many of the applications of technology used by mechanical and production engineers, draughtsmen and engineering designers.
Salinity stress negatively impacts agricultural yield throughout the world affecting production whether it is for subsistence or
economic gain. The plant response to salinity consists of numerous processes that must function in coordination to alleviate both cellular
hyperosmolarity and ion disequilibrium. In addition, crop plants must be capable of satisfactory biomass production in a saline
environment (yield stability).
GPI-anchored receptors do not have intracellular signaling domains. Instead, the mammalian Toll-like receptors (TLRs) transduce signals for cellular activation due to LPS binding. It has recently been shown that binding of microbial factors to TLRs to activate signal transduction occurs not on the cell surface, but rather in the phagosome of cells that have internalized the microbe. This interaction is probably due to the release of the microbial surface factor from the cell in the environment of the phagosome, where the liberated factor can bind to its cognate TLRs.
(See also Chap. 161) All viral pathogens must bind to host cells, enter them, and replicate within them. Viral coat proteins serve as the ligands for cellular entry, and more than one ligand-receptor interaction may be needed; for example, HIV uses its envelope glycoprotein (gp) 120 to enter host cells by binding to both CD4 and one of two receptors for chemokines (designated CCR5 and CXCR4). Similarly, the measles virus H glycoprotein binds to both CD46 and the membrane-organizing protein moesin on host cells.
Wireless cellular networks are an integral part of modern telecommunication systems.
Today it is hard to imagine our life without the use of such networks. Nevertheless, the
development, implementation and operation of these networks require engineers and
scientists to address a number of interrelated problems.
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(BQ) Part 2 book "Cellular physiology and neurophysiology" presents the following contents: Active transport, physiology of synaptic transmission, synaptic physiology ii, molecular motors and Muscle contraction, excitation-contraction coupling in muscle, mechanics of muscle contraction.
Dynein, which is a minus-end-directed microtubule motor, is crucial to a
range of cellular processes. The mass of its motor domain is about 10 times
that of kinesin, the other microtubule motor. Its large size and the diffi-culty of expressing and purifying mutants have hampered progress in
(BQ) Part 2 book "Cellular and molecular immunology" presents the following contents: Differentiation and functions of CD8+ effector T cells; B cell activation and antibody production, immunologic tolerance and autoimmunity, effector mechanisms of humoral immunity, immunity to microbes, transplantation immunology,...
Telecommunications is one of the fastest growing business sectors of modern
information technologies. A couple of decades ago, to have a basic understanding
of telecommunications, it was enough to know how the telephone
network operated. Today, the field of telecommunications encompasses a
vast variety of modern technologies and services. Some services, such as
the fixed telephone service in developed countries, have become mature,
and some have been exploding (e.g., cellular mobile communications and