The advancing tip of a neurite characterized by the

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Unformatted text preview: act inhibition growth cone haptotaxis stereotaxis Title adherens junctions cell adhesion molecules (CAMs) cellulose collagen desmosomes The addition of a methyl group, in the case of DNA to a pyrimidine, or in the case of a protein to - amino groups of lysine. The addition of a phosphate to OH groups of serine, threonine, or tyrosine residues in a protein The cycles of degradation of a protein, produced by various mechanisms, including ubiquitinization. Process by which introns are removed from the RNA, leaving behind the exons, which form the processed mature mRNA. The different forms of mRNA from a gene that are the result of differential splicing and arrangement of exons. The process by which introns are removed from the RNA, leaving behind the exons, which form the processed mature mRNA.Cycles of degradation of a protein product, produced by various mechanisms, including ubiquitinization. Tissue Interactions And Morphogenesis Description Reference The phenomenon in which the growth is either attracted or repelled by locally present molecules. The phenomenon in which the growth cone stalls on contact with another cell and extends it motile apparatus in a different direction. The advancing tip of a neurite; characterized by the presence of filopodia and lamellipodia. The phenomenon in which the growth cone favors the route of highest adhesive strength. The phenomenon in which the growth cone senses the physical topography of its surroundings and follows certain physical topography. Cellular Associations, Environments, And Behaviors Description Reference Junctions on the basolateral surface of epithel...
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2014 for the course BIO 205 taught by Professor Cadigan during the Fall '12 term at University of Michigan.

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