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Decapod anatomy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Uropod) ... Each segment may possess one pair of appendages, although in various groups ...
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Aspects of the topic uropod are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References structure of crustaceans ( in crustacean (arthropod): Appendages; ...crabs and crayfish the first two pairs in the male are modified to help in sperm transfer during mating. The last pair of abdominal limbs is frequently different from the others and is...
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Morphology of a crayfish: edible freshwater crustacean, with ... Uropod: swimming appendage of the crayfish. Telson: last segment of the abdomen of a crayfish. ...
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Accordingly, we were able to detect enrichment of PtdIns(4,5)P2 at the uropod during chemotaxis. ... PIPKI661 compromised uropod formation and rear retraction ...
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... lamella-specific marker, talin, and a uropod-specific marker, CD44. ... Figure 2. MTs reorient toward the uropod after polarization by fMLF in suspended ...
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Microspikes on the Lymphocyte Uropod. William McFarland 1 ... Leukocyte uropod formation and membrane/cytoskeleton linkage in immune interactions. ...
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The number of uropod-bearing cells was determined in each experiment by direct ... of PSGL-1, ICAM-3, and moesin to the uropod of polarized neutrophils. ...
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... leg proprioceptive inputs to the uropod motor system were investigated in ... It is also suggested that the uropod response to body rolling during walking is ...
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II. Modulation Of uropod motoneurone excitation by leg proprioception. M ... The uropod motoneurones showed little or no synaptic response when the treadmill ...
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The uropod, a protrusion at the rear of amoeboid motile cells such as leukocytes, ... Remodelling of cell shape by uropod-interfering agents disturbs cell migration. ...
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