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one of a pair of small cylindrical cell organelles near the nucleus in animal cells

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6) The centriolar region in the initial stage of spermatid differentiation showing the nucleus (N), the centriolar adjunct material (ca), and the centriole (c).
gamma]-Tubulin in land plants has been released from a tight association with centrioles that is typical of animal and algal cells.
In the vicinity of each nucleus, a pair of centrioles was seen beneath the parasite cell membrane.
1994), and humans (Sathananthan, 1997) do not contain centrioles in meiotic centrosomes and do not display astral microtubule arrays.
Centrin is a Conserved Protein that Forms Diverse Associations with Centrioles and MTOCs in Naegleria and Other Organisms [Review].
The centriole (cenrosome) has been an enigma in cell biology for nearly 120 years; some cells have it while others do not.
The nucleus is in constant communication with each mitochondrion, centriole, Golgi apparatus, ribosome, and endoplasmic reticulum, each of which has its own function in maintaining the overall homeostasis of the cell (see diagram 3): the nucleus contains the nucleolus and houses DNA ; the mitochondrion supplies the cell with energy; centrioles are important for cell division; the Golgi apparatus stores proteins; ribosomes are the sites for protein synthesis; the endoplasmic reticulum expedites the transport of cellular material; the plasma membrane permits materials to move into and out of the cell.
From the ontology in Figure 3, a scientist can pose a search for information on "cellular components" rather than having to search for "mitochondrion & nucleus & telomere & cytoplasm & lysosome & centriole.
4 [[micro]meter] (length x width) and consisted of five spherical mitochondria arranged circumferentially to the centriole [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 6 OMITTED].
Objective: The centriole is the largest evolutionary conserved macromolecular structure responsible for building centrosomes and cilia or flagella in many eukaryotes.
In the continuity of the head, the flagellum developed from a centriole is the motile apparatus implicated in sperm movement (Inaba, 2003; Jan et al.
7 chromosome centriole probe exhibits green fluorescence due to fluorescein isothiocyanate labeling, and the EGFR probe exhibits red fluorescence due to rhodamine labeling.
Growth of renal cilia is templated from a basal body/ centriole structure anchored just beneath the plasma membrane.
The centriole that is closest (proximal) to the nucleus becomes oriented radially, whereas the other (distal) centriole becomes oriented perpendicular to the more proximal one.