But when GTP is lost… the microtubule shrinks really fast.
This is because the individual protofilaments have weak bonds—they separate when the cap is
But since the mico-dimers have strong bond, they stay together
And these leads to Curling!!! (The ER and Golgi are located in the cell body)
*motor proteins use ATP to move along the microtubules for transporting organelles. Ppt25 By the signal they can change their direction
They are polar
due to the
arrangement Treadmillling range: at one point there, they reach a critical concentration(equilibrium)
If you give a continuous dose of labelled actin monomers to a short ―treadmilling‖ filament,
where do you expect to find the labelled monomers over time?
D.In a band that moves from the plus to the minus end.(this couljd be ANS if it is pulse!
E.Both A and B 16 MyosinII along act