Navigation Links
Contractile vacuole


A contractile vacuole is a sub-cellular structure (organelle) involved in osmoregulation. It pumps excess water out of a cell and is found prominently in freshwater protists.They are found in both plant and animal cells.
Full article >>>

contractile vacuole n. A membrane-bound organelle found in certain protists that pumps fluid in a cyclical manner from within the cell to the outside
Full article >>>

Contractile vacuole This article does not cite any ... How does contractile vacuole in a paramecium help maintain ... the contractile vacuole is ...
Full article >>>

The contractile vacuole complex (CVC) is an osmoregulatory. organelle of fresh water protozoa. ... a central contractile vacuole (CV) and 5-10 radial arms that ...
Full article >>>

Our two laboratories are studying the contractile vacuole ... contractile vacuole is a permanent ... contractile vacuole or spongiome membranes of Dic ...
Full article >>>

Encyclopedia article about contractile vacuole. Information about contractile vacuole in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary.
Full article >>>

The contractile vacuole complex is a membrane-bound ... Unlike the in vivo contractile vacuole, the in vitro ... contractile vacuole could be induced by ...
Full article >>>

The contractile vacuole complex is a membrane-bound ... contractile vacuole (CV) and 5–10 ... inserted into the contractile vacuole, the exocytotic vesicle ...
Full article >>>

Encyclopedia information on Contractile Vacuole ... A contractile vacuole helps protists eliminate excess liquid in the cell. ...
Full article >>>

Microscopic analysis of contractile vacuole function. ... Initial contractile vacuole counts were done with cells in HL-5. The HL-5 was ...
Full article >>>

3. Adaptation to hyposmotic stress in protozoa: the contractile vacuole ... The contractile vacuole was first described in the late 18th century by the ...
Full article >>>

The contractile vacuole expels water by forming a channel with the plasma ... Inhibition of contractile vacuole function in vivo by antibodies against myosin-I. ...
Full article >>>

Definition of contractile vacuole in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of contractile vacuole. ... vacuole ... to the contractile vacuole upon hypo-osmotic ...
Full article >>>

CV, contractile vacuole; RA1-RAN, the radial arms 1-N, where N is the total ... The ionic composition of the contractile vacuole fluid of Paramecium mirrors ion ...
Full article >>>

Contractile vacuole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A contractile vacuole is a sub-cellular structure ... contractile vacuole: Definition from Answers.com ...
Full article >>>

Zoology information, history, articles and research from Academic Journals, Newspapers, and magazines at HighBeam.com. Free Trial, Credit Card Required.
Full article >>>

The contractile vacuole can be seen as the multiple 'armed' structure on the ... A contractile vacuole is used to pump excess water out of the cell to reduce ...
Full article >>>

For imaging the contractile vacuole, the agar layers were incubated in water. ... AP180 Associates with the Contractile Vacuole ...
Full article >>>

Dynamic clathrin punctae persist in the vicinity of the contractile vacuole as it discharges. ... right shows two contractile vacuole expanding and discharging. ...
Full article >>>

Contractile vacuole bladders were isolated by subcellular fractionation in ... In addition, we isolated the contractile vacuole bladders, showed that they are ...
Full article >>>


'"/>


(Date:10/31/2014)... synchrotron source that emits over a wide part of ... is currently being built in Lund, Sweden. The MAX ... the team putting together its component parts in a ... circumference of just a few hundred metres. Nevertheless, if ... new class of experiments that require source brightness and ...
(Date:10/31/2014)... steps involved in programmed cell death, offering new targets ... neurodegenerative diseases. , The research teams from the ... the three-dimensional structure of a key cell death protein ... it causes cell death. Their studies were published in ... Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . ...
(Date:10/30/2014)... a $1.04 million grant from the U.S. Army ... osteoarthritis using a patient,s own stem cells, spurred ... polymers., Liping Tang, a bioengineering professor and interim ... is primarily focused on helping soldiers who are ... if we inject microscaffolding that we,ve developed into ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):A new generation of storage -- ring 2A matter of life and death: Cell death proteins key to fighting disease 2UTA researcher uses microscaffolding injections to mend cartilage, prevent osteoarthritis 2
... available in French . , A new ... University reveals that ghrelin - a stomach hormone, acts on ... food related cues and eating for pleasure. This study, ... critical to advance understanding and treating obesity, a condition affecting ...
... There are two ways in which cooperation is the theme ... Mary Anne Alliegro, scientists at the Marine Biological Laboratorys (MBL) ... the papers acknowledgements, where the Alliegros thank those who helped ... State University (LSU) in New Orleans and their lives ...
... N.Y., May 5 bioMETRX Inc., (OTC,Bulletin Board: ... products, today announced that it has closed an ... group of previous angel,accredited investors., "We have ... team.,The company has demonstrated to us the ability ...
Cached Biology News:Hunger hormone: Makes food more attractive 2The cooperative view: New evidence suggests a symbiogenetic origin for the centrosome 2bioMETRX, Inc. Closes Angel Round of Funding 2
Other biology dictionary