plasmalemma


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plasmalemma

[¦plaz·mə′lem·ə]
(cell and molecular biology)
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The samples incubated with verapamil, the intensity of plasmalemma surface stocks use by cell decreased by 94% (p<0.
Nitrate and ammonium nutrition of plants: Effects on acid/base balance and adaptation of root cell plasmalemma [H.
vulgaris (thyme), containing thymol as its main component, caused an increase in the vacuolization of the cytoplasm and an accumulation of lipid droplets, ripples in the plasmalemma and changes in the mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum of Colletotrichum lindemuthianum and Pythium ultimum.
In darkness, the rod cell plasmalemma is depolarized and the rods secrete neurotransmitters.
Plant peroxidases are found in tonoplast and plasmalemma, inside and outside the cell wall [7] and it occur in the soluble, as well as, ionically bound forms on the cellular walls.
The permeability of the plasmalemma for electrolytes is the integral characteristic of the functional state of plants during the stresses.
The resulting cascade of events, including an intermediate calcium-induced release of sequestered intracellular calcium ("gray box") that provokes the activity of high capacity sodium channels in the plasmalemma, ultimately culminates in motility.
13) Desmin, the intermediate filament protein of skeletal muscle fibers, cardiac myocytes, and certain smooth muscle cells, is a part of the cytoskeletal domain linking Z-bands with the plasmalemma and the nucleus.
The initial invasive hyphae maintain intimate contact with the host wall and perhaps the host plasmalemma.
NO is a highly reactive messenger molecule that readily diffuses through plasmalemma to exert its biological activity in a variety of cells [5].
Increased resistence to copper-induced damage of the root cell plasmalemma in copper tolerant Silene cucubalus.