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In cell biology, the spindle apparatus is the structure that separates the chromosomes into the daughter cells during cell division. It is part of the cytoskeleton in eukaryotic cells. Depending on the type of cell division,...
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Encyclopedia article about Spindle fibers. Information about Spindle fibers in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary.
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spindle fibers spindle poles nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp metaphase plate chromatids: ... Spindle fibers extend from the cell poles to align chromosomes at ...
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Spindle fibers synonyms, Spindle fibers antonyms. Information about Spindle fibers in the free ... spindle - (biology) tiny fibers that are seen in cell ...
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... DOE Science Education. Plant Spindle Fiber Origins. Welcome Teachers and ... But microtubular spindle fibers and a mitotic process comparable to that of ...
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Titin in insect spermatocyte spindle fibers associates with microtubules, actin, ... All of them were present in spindle fibers, where each co-localized with tubulin, ...
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The spindle controls and reports on the extrafusal muscle fibers inside their ... Each muscle spindle cell is built around 6 to 14 small intrafusal muscle fibers. ...
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Spindle Fibers - A Cell Biology Definition. spindle fibers spindle poles ... Other spindle fibers elongate but instead of attaching to chromosomes, overlap ...
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Mitosis, process in which a cell's nucleus replicates and divides in preparation ... The spindle fibers attach to the chromatids near the centromeres, and tug and ...
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muscle spindle n. A stretch receptor in vertebrate muscle. ... sensory fibers (Group Ia afferent neurons) of the muscle spindle respond to ...
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spindle n. A rod or pin, tapered at one end and usually weighted at the other, on which fibers are spun by hand into thread and then wound
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... of years, fiber was spun by hand using simple tools, the spindle and distaff. ... Another bunch of fibers is drawn out, the spindle is given another twirl, the ...
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These clusters of microtubules are called spindle fibers. ... The overlapping spindle fibers move past each other (pushing the poles farther ...
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... to align in one plane (the metaphase plate) halfway between the spindle poles. ... The mitotic spindle contains the fibers (microtubules) responsible for ...
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Muscle spindle afferent fibers ... fibers, forming the annulospiral endings or primary ... There usually are several group II fibers innervating each spindle. ...
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Spindle - Definition of Spindle at Dictionary.com a free online dictionary with ... Once attached, the spindle fibers contract, pulling the duplicate chromosomes ...
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... spindle and Golgi tendon organ. Types of Muscle Spindle ... Muscle spindle. There are 3 types of muscle spindle fibers, characterized by their shape and the ...
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Second, spindle fiber and pole fluorescence disappeared upon Mad2 disappearance ... to a lesser extent at the fibers and spindle poles in early prometaphase cells. ...
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Without functional spindle fibers or spindles, the cell cannot divide and will eventually die. ... microtubules that makeup spindle fibers are formed by long ...
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In this way the spindle fiber appears to move, or "pull" ... This allows the proteins of the kinetochore to form, which in turn attach to the spindle fibers. ...
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