Biophysics by Eberhard Schnepf (auth.), Professor Dr. Walter Hoppe,

By Eberhard Schnepf (auth.), Professor Dr. Walter Hoppe, Professor Dr. Wolfgang Lohmann, Professor Dr. Hubert Markl, Professor Dr. Hubert Ziegler (eds.)

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4) arms which extend to subfiber B of the adjacent pair. In addition, the central singlets are connected with each other and with the peripheral doublets. Stereological analyses and experiments with isolated flagella, in which the membrane and some of the connecting proteins have been dissolved, show that the movement is based on the sliding of the outer doublets. 5 Flagella, Cilia, Centrioles 11 Fig. 10. Cell of a moss (Sphagnum) leaflet in mitosis (metaphase). The chromosomes CH form the equatorial plate.

The chromosomes CH form the equatorial plate. Many free ribosomes within the ground cytoplasm. ER endoplasmic reticulum; M mitochondrion; P chloroplast; T micro tubules (within the spindle in longitudinal, along the cell wall in cross section); W cell wall with numerous plasmodesmata. Bar : 1 Ilm Nearly all eukaryotes have flagella or cilia, at least in their spermatozoa; they are lacking only in certain groups of algae, and in higher fungi and higher seed plants. In most of these groups they surely have been lost during evolution.

9). In addition, they are similar in character and functions: diffusion barrier, selective permeability, active, specific transport, and, often, energy generation (Chap. 11). Corresponding to the topographical and functional asymmetry, the membranes are structured asymmetrically. o perform vectorial reactions (Chaps. 1), whIch are a peculiarity of many life processes. 1 Plasmalemma The plasmalemma controls the ex~h~nge of sub~tances with the environment. Often thIS IS done wIth the participation of enzymes which are localized at or in the plasmalemma, e.

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