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Cell membrane. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Plasmalemma) ... the plasma membrane or plasmalemma) is the biological membrane ...
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... called the plasma membrane or plasmalemma) is the biological membrane separating ... The plasma membrane also serves as the attachment point for both the ...
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Information about plasmalemma in the free online English ... plasmalemma. plasmalemmal. plasmalemmal. plasmalemmas. plasmalemmas. plasmalogen. plasmalogen ...
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What is plasmalemma? Meaning of plasmalemma medical term. What does plasmalemma mean? ... plasmalemma. plasmalemmal. plasmalemmal. plasmalemmas. plasmalemmas ...
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plasmalemma. Didn't find an answer to your question? Try Windows Live QnA ... plasmalemma /plas·ma·lem·ma/ (-lem'ah) 1. plasma membrane. ...
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The nature of the phagosomal membrane: endoplasmic reticulum versus plasmalemma ... ER OR PLASMALEMMA? CONCLUDING REMARKS. REFERENCES ...
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... penetrate through the plasmalemma of intestinal ... of DNA-like strands and a trilaminar plasmalemma. ... and the midgut apical plasmalemma in these ...
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... penetrating through the host cell plasmalemma or by phagocytosis (15, 54, 95, ... disappears, and its outer membrane becomes the plasmalemma of the progeny cells. ...
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Where present it was clearly limited to the plasmalemma of dendrites (Fig 6) ... Labelling was restricted to small segments of the plasmalemma (Fig 6b) ...
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Peripheral proteins are not attached to the plasmalemma. ... I already noted that the plasmalemma separates the extracellular fluid space ...
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and the plasmalemma acting as a barrier, but with a great variety of doors ... Myo' and 'sarco' are adjectives for muscle, thus the plasmalemma is the sarcolemma. ...
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... operating between the Golgi complex and the basolateral (sinusoidal) plasmalemma. ... plasmalemma by separate vesicular carriers as in glandular cells capable of ...
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They appear outside of plasmalemma in the separation cavity (Fig.15) ... Its membrane is in close contact with the plasmalemma. ...
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... "plasmalemma" to win the Jackson Citizen Patriot Spelling Bee as first runner-up ... word "plasmalemma" in the last round. ... A plasmalemma is a cell membrane. ...
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