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About this product
- Author(s)N.I. Arronet
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Date of Publication26/11/2012
- GenreMedicine: General
- Series TitleStudies in Soviet Science / 1973
- Place of PublicationNew York, NY
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag New York Inc.
- Content Note62 black & white illustrations, biography
- Weight311 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine11 mm
- Table Of ContentsI. The Concept of Cell Model. The General Characteristics of Models, Principles of Their Preparation, and Their Sphere of Applicability.- II. Properties of Various Motile Models.- 1. Contraction evoked by ATP.- Muscle models.- Models of contraction of nonmuscle cells and their organoids.- 2. Lengthening induced by ATP.- 3. Movements composed of a single combination of ATP-induced contraction and relaxation.- Movements in anaphase of mitosis.- Movements in telophase of mitosis.- 4. Contraction induced by calcium ions and lengthening induced by ATP.- 5. Lengthening induced by calcium ions and inhibited by ATP.- 6. ATP and cytoplasmic streams in plant cells.- 7. Rhythmic movement of flagella and cilia.- III. The Use of Motile Models to Study Problems of a Nonmechanochemical Nature.- IV. Methods of Obtaining Motile Models.- Preliminary remarks.- Actomyosin threads.- Actomyosin threads from cross-striated skeletal muscles.- Actomyosin threads from smooth muscles.- Models of the muscle fiber.- Models of cross-striated skeletal muscle fibers.- Preparation of model fibers of the flying muscles of insects.- Models of smooth-muscle fibers.- Preparation of glycerinated models of muscle fibers from the ventricular myocardium.- Isolated myofibrils.- The muscle fiber without its sarcolemma.- Muscle fiber with disrupted coupling in the sarcotubular system.- Preparation of isolated protofibrils.- Preparation of isolated sarcolemma suspension.- Preparation of relaxing granules from skeletal muscles.- Cell (interphase) models becoming rounded in the presence of ATP.- Anaphase models of fibroblasts.- Models of cleavage in the sea urchin egg.- Telephase models of fibroblasts.- Models of mitochondria.- Models of chloroplasts.- Models of locust and frog spermatozoa.- Models of mammalian spermatozoa.- Models of spermatozoa of certain marine invertebrates.- Models of ciliated epithelium.- Models of the Vorticella stalk.- Model cilia from infusorians.- Models of flagella of unicellular algae.- Models of flagella from protozoans.- Models of amebas.- Protoplasmic streaming models in the marine alga Acetabularia calyculus.- Models of the myxomycete Plasmodium.- The use of models for practical work with students.- ATP and muscle contraction.- ATP and ciliary movement.- Notes Added in Proof.- Surveys.- Experimental papers.
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