5 edition of Structure and function in excitable cells found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Other titles||Excitable cells.|
|Statement||edited by Donald C. Chang ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Chang, Donald C.|
|LC Classifications||QP363 .S8 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 499 p. :|
|Number of Pages||499|
|LC Control Number||83013475|
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This book is a collection of up-to-date research reviews dealing with various aspects of the structure and function of excitable cells. Its overall objective is to further the search for a better understanding of the mechanism of excitation on a structural and physicochemical basis.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: I. Fine Structure in Excitable Cells.- 1 * Differentiation of Axonal Membrane Systems, the Axolemma, and the Axoplasmic Matrix.- 2 * Structure of the Node of Ranvier.- 3 * The Axolemma-Ectoplasm Complex of Squid Giant Axon.- 4 * The Neuroplasmic Lattice: Structural.
Monographs in Modern Biology for Upper School and University Courses: Excitable Cells focuses on the fundamental nature of the signals carried in the nervous system, including nervous activity, synapses, and membrane permeability.
The publication first elaborates on the elements of structure and function in the nervous system and resting nerve. Structure and Function in Excitable Cells Edited by Donald C. Chang, Ichiji Tasaki William J Adelman, Jr and H. Richard Leuchtag, Plenum Press, $ (xv + pages) ISBN 0 8 The preface to this book states that it is a ‘collection of uptodate research reviews.
This book is organized into five parts encompassing 36 chapters that cover the various physiological aspects of non-excitable cells and neuronal membranes. The first two parts describe cellular models of iso-osmotic and epithelial transport.
The third part highlights the relationship between cell transport and cellular metabolism. A cell is the smallest living thing in the human organism, and all living structures in the human body are made of cells.
There are hundreds of different types of cells in the human body, which vary in shape (e.g. round, flat, long and thin, short and thick) and size (e.g. small granule cells of the cerebellum in the brain (4 micrometers), up to the huge oocytes (eggs) produced in the female. Structure & Function Education is an education company dedicated to bridging the gap from rehab to performance.
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Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Structure and function in excitable cells. New York: Plenum Press, © (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Donald C Chang.
The content of the cell, inside the cell membrane, is composed of numerous membrane-bound organelles, which contribute to the overall function of the cell. The origin, structure, and function of each organelle leads to a large variation in the cell composition due to the individual uniqueness associated with each organelle.
Studies of Structure–Function and Subunit Composition of Orai/STIM Channel With Marc Fahrner, Rainer Schindl, Christoph Romanin In the beginning of the CRAC/SOC channel analysis, these channels were studied and characterized using mainly cells of the immune system, that is, T-lymphocytes and mast cells.
Matrix nanotopographical cues are known to regulate the structure and function of somatic cells derived from human pluripotent stem cell (hPSC) sources.
High-throughput electrophysiological analysis of excitable cells derived from hPSCs is possible via multielectrode arrays (MEAs) but conventional MEA platforms use flat substrates and do not reproduce physiologically relevant tissue-specific. Neurons are one of two major types of nervous system cells.
They are electrically excitable cells that transmit nerve impulses. Glial cells are the other major type of nervous system cells.
There are many types of glial cells, and they have many specific functions. In general, glial cells function to support, protect, and nourish neurons. function, biogenesis and evolution) B. Cell Surface and Communication (in context of development and adult organisms) Extracellular matrix (including cell walls) Cell adhesion and junctions Signal transduction Receptor function Excitable membrane systems C.
Cytoskeleton, Motility, and Shape Regulation of assembly and disassembly of. Donald Choy Chang (traditional Chinese: 張東才; simplified Chinese: 张东才; ) is a founding professor of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST).
He was also the founding President of the Biophysical Society of Hong Kong. He is currently Professor Emeritus and Adjunct Professor in HKUST, and Council Member of Hong Kong Institute of Science (HKIS).
The human cell membrane is the cornerstone of an elaborate interplay between the extracellular and the intracellular worlds. Understanding the physiology of the cell membrane provides the foundation for understanding many processes in the human body from how the heart beats to how neurons communicate, arrhythmia evolve and muscle pathology in many neurological diseases.
Gating mechanisms for Na + and K + channels in the axolemma are voltage dependent. In a classic series of experiments, Hodgkin, Huxley, and Katz [1,3–6] measured the kinetics of ion permeability changes in squid giant-axon membranes by a direct electrical method called the voltage method controls the membrane voltage electrically, usually with step changes of potential, while ion.
Lesson 1-Pre-Assessment: Structure and Function. Have students watch this short 3D animation, Parts of the Cell, which shows the parts that make up a cell. Have students then draw the cell and label each part. (Students may need to do some research before labeling each part.) Lesson 2-Cells.
The cell wall and the cell membrane are the main components that function to provide support and structure to the organism. For eg., the skin is made up of a large number of cells. Xylem present in the vascular plants is made of cells that provide structural support to the plants.
polarity: The spatial differences in the shape, structure, and function of cells. Almost all cell types exhibit some sort of polarity, which enables them to carry out specialized functions. action potential: A short-term change in the electrical potential that travels along a cell, such as a nerve or muscle fiber, and allows nerves to communicate.
A neuron, neurone (old British spelling) or nerve cell, is an electrically excitable cell that communicates with other cells via specialized connections called is the main component of nervous tissue in all animals except sponges and placozoa.
Plants and fungi do not have nerve cells. The heart, while also subject to modulatory input from the autonomic nervous system, can function entirely independently. 30 It possesses two types of excitable cells.
Those within the excitation-conduction system spontaneously produce the rhythm, and they then transmit it to the regular muscle cells, which we will here refer to as the.The basic unit of living tissue is the cell.
Cells are specialized in their anatomy and physiology to perform different tasks. All cells exhibit a voltage difference across the cell membrane.
Nerve cells and muscle cells are excitable. Their cell membrane can produce .- includes excitable cells with numerous cellular extensions connecting adjacent cells to one another - functions to provide fast forms of communication. Epithelial tissue: composed of squamous- cuboidal- or columnar-shaped cells.