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SI session Nov. 29 Ch. 16

SI session Nov. 29 Ch. 16 - Kaiser Imam BIOL 215 SI Session...

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Kaiser Imam November 29, 2007 BIOL 215 SI Session Chapter 16 Chapter 16: Cellular Movement 1. ______________________________________ are enzymes that interact with cytoskeletal proteins to produce motion at the molecular level. The combined effect of these molecular motions is to produce motion at the ________________ level. 2. Motor proteins are powered by _______________________________. 3. In eukaryotes, components of the cytoskeleton that can interact with motor proteins include ______________________ and _______________________. 4. Motor proteins that interact with microtubules are called ________________ _____________________. These are usually involved in transporting ________________ or __________________ along a microtubule track. 5. Classes of motor proteins that are associated with microtubules include _______________ and ________________. 6. Motor proteins move in ___________ direction(s) along their cytoskeletal tracks. 7. __________________ move their cargo toward the minus end of the microtubule. 8. __________________ move their cargo toward the plus end of the microtubule. 9. “Inbound” traffic to the center of the cell requires motor MAPs moving toward the _______________ end of microtubules. 10. “Outbound” traffic to the periphery of the cell uses motor MAPs that move toward the _______________ end of microtubules. 11. Microfilament-associated motor proteins include the ______________________. 12. Motor MAPs exhibit __________________________, meaning they can travel long distances before detaching from the microtubule.
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