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Intracellular and intercellular regulation and recognition in algae and symbionts =
|Other titles||Intrazelluläre und interzelluläre Erkennungs- und Regulationsmechanismen in Algen und Symbiosen.|
|Statement||herausgegeben von Harald Lorenzen, Wolfgang Wiessner.|
|Contributions||Lorenzen, Harald, 1928-, Wiessner, Wolfgang, 1933-|
|LC Classifications||QK565 .I58 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 326-645 :|
|Number of Pages||645|
|LC Control Number||90160305|
BackgroundAlgal-cnidarian symbiosis is one of the main factors contributing to the success of cnidarians, and is crucial for the maintenance of coral reefs. While loss of the symbionts (such as in coral bleaching) may cause the death of the cnidarian host, over-proliferation of the algae may also harm the host. Thus, there is a need for the host to regulate the population density of its symbionts. The relation between nitrogen-fixing symbiosis and mycorrhizal root symbiosis is clearly expressed in Parasponia, giving extra support to the hypothesis that the NF receptor appears to be recruited from the ancient mycorrhizal symbiosis, being a common receptor factor for both symbioses in the case of Parasponia (Op den Camp et al., ).Cited by:
Intercellular communication Formation of a multicellular organism starts with a small collection of similar cells in an embryo and proceeds by continuous cell division and specialization to produce an entire community of cooperating cells, each with its own role in the life of the organism. Symbiotic bacteria, collectively called rhizobia (both Alphaproteobacteria and Betaproteobacteria), form nitrogen-fixing associations of agronomical and ecological importance 1,gh some Cited by:
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Get this from a library. Intracellular and intercellular regulation and recognition in algae and symbionts = Intrazelluläre und interzelluläre Erkennungs- und Regulationsmechanismen in Algen und Symbiosen. [Harald Lorenzen; Wolfgang Wiessner;]. Despite disparities between host and algal mitotic index, the number of algae per host cell remains constant in all strains during the interval measured.
To account for this constancy we suggest that the hydra may either prolong the duration of the algal tetraspore stage or cull excess by: REGULATION OF INTRACELLULAR ALGAE BY VARIOUS STRAINS OF THE SYMBIOTIC HYDRA VIRIDISSIMA PATRICIA BOSSER ANT D KENNETH W.
DUNN Department of Ecology and Evolution, State University of New York, Stony Brook, NYUSA SUMMARY In observations on three strains of green hydra, the host and the algal mitotic index is closelyCited by: The PVM was closely apposed to the cell wall of the symbiotic algae and in some places it showed direct contacts to the host mitochondrial membrane and the cell wall of the symbiotic by: 6.
Impaired mitochondrial function and accumulation of DNA damage have been recognized as hallmarks of age-related diseases. Mitochondrial dysfunction initiates protective signalling mechanisms coordinated at nuclear level particularly by modulating transcription of stress signalling factors.
In turn, cellular response to DNA lesions comprises a series of interconnected complex protective Cited by: 1. Regulation of intracellular algae by various strains of the symbiotic Hydra viridissima. Bossert P, Dunn KW.
In observations on three strains of green hydra, the host and the algal mitotic index is closely coordinated only for the by: Such associations manifest a range of host-symbiont cellular interactions and achieve stability through the regulation of symbiont numbers.
The mechanism of regulation is poorly understood. Steady-state algae: host cell ratios might be achieved by expulsion, digestion, or inhibition of growth of algal symbionts. Most intracellular algae, and algae of the alimentary canal, disappear by early larval stages.
Their possible absorption may confer a metabolic benefit to their host. Intracellular symbionts have been reported for many metazoan taxa, but we know of no other observation for vertebrates (3).Cited by: The study of metabolic regulation in microorganisms has revealed several simple but efficient regulatory circuits.
In one, the operation of an entire sequence of enzymes is controlled by the activity of the initial enzyme which contains a specific inhibitor site. When this site is combined with the endproduct of the sequence, the catalytic site is rendered inactive.
The present review will be focused primarily on mutualistic and intracellular symbiotic systems with one of the partners being phototrophic. Transfer of photosynthetic products from symbiotic algae to animal tissue in Intracellular and Intercellular Regulation and Recognition in Algae and Symbionts.
Ber. Dtsch. Bot. Ges. 94, – Books on Algae (A-Z) (Cat ) (updated 1 December ) Intracellular and intercellular regulation and recognition in algae and symbionts. p., figs, 46 tables, paperbound (stiff boards); BW € Lucas, A.H.S., Australasian Antarctic Expedition.
The Algae of Commonwealth Bay. 19 p., 9 (1 col.) pls, 4to, paperbound. In cell biology, molecular biology and related fields, the word intracellular means "inside the cell".  It is used in contrast to extracellular (outside the cell). The ciliate Climacostomum virens forms an endosymbiotic association with coccoid chlorophycean algae which can be isolated and grown as sterile mass cultures with an inorganic medium.
According to both morphological and physiological properties, the algae probably belong to the genus Chlorella and have some features in common with symbiotic chlorellae isolated from the ciliates Paramecium Cited by: Members of three classes of unicellular algae have exploited an intracellular habitat and occur as endosymbionts in aquatic invertebrates, including Protozoa.
Such associations manifest a range of host--symbiont cellular interactions and achieve stability through the regulation of symbiont numbers. The mechanism of regulation is poorly by: 2. Intracellular localization of galectins.
It is generally assumed that all known galectins are synthesized on cytoplasmic ribosomes. Following synthesis, there appears to be selective intracellular targeting of specific galectins to subcompartments of the cytosol, to distinct subcellular organelles, and even to membranes and membrane-bounded by: About Intercellular and Intracellular Communication.
Visit; all of which depend on intra and intercellular communication. This occurs by means of a molecular language, the analysis of which represents a major stream in biology in the twentieth century.
This book takes a fresh approach to vitamin-binding proteins, with emphasis on the. SYNOPSIS. Observations were made on the fine structure of Paramecium bursaria and its intracellular Chlorella symbionts.
Emphasis was placed on the structure of the algae and structural aspects of. Article Intercellular network structure and regulatory motifs in the human hematopoietic system Wenlian Qiao1, Weijia Wang1, Elisa Laurenti2,3, Andrei L Turinsky4, Shoshana J Wodak4,5, Gary D Bader3,6,7, John E Dick2,3 & Peter W Zandstra1,7,8,9,10,* Abstract The hematopoietic system is Cited by: The regulation of intracellular pH is a fundamental aspect of cell physiology that has received little attention in reef building corals and symbiotic cnidarians.
Summary Introduction to Intracellular Components Summary Introduction to Intracellular Components Now that we have discussed the one universal structural element of cells, the cell membrane, we will begin reviewing the specific intracellular components found in eukaryotes, or multi-cellular organisms.
Scott T. Eblen, in Advances in Cancer Research, 1 Introduction. Intracellular signaling is an important mechanism by which cells can respond to their environment and extracellular cues. Cells can sense their environment and modify gene expression, mRNA splicing, protein expression and protein modifications in order to respond to these extracellular cues.As adjectives the difference between intercellular and intracellular is that intercellular is located between, or connecting, cells while intracellular is inside or within a cell.Get this from a library!
Cell regulation by intracellular signals. [Stéphane Swillens; Jacques E Dumont;] -- Inthe IVth International Cyclic Nucleotide Conference was held in Brussels.
As this meeting attracted many investigators involved in cyclic nucleotides and calcium role in intracellular.