Bellen's research team have discovered that the Arp2/3 complex and its activator WASp (Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome protein) function in these daughter cells
to transport Delta vesicles to the apical region of the daughter cells
Although the students made significant progress on all questions, the smallest gains were observed for questions related to understanding of the products of mitosis and meiosis in terms of the amount of genetic material in daughter cells
as compared with parent cells.
The result is an accumulation of defective daughter cells
with the wrong number of chromosomes and therefore the wrong number of genes.
coli bacteria appear to divide precisely down the middle into two daughter cells
, the discovery that the two daughters eventually grow to different lengths suggests that bacteria do not divide as symmetrically as most biologists have come to believe, but that their division is really "asymmetrical" within the cell.
In the latest study, the Miller and his colleagues worked out the molecular mechanism behind the difference in c-di-GMP concentrations seen between daughter cells
In early stem cell divisions, both daughter cells
matured into specialized skin cells, thereby depleting the supply of skin stem cells.
Washington, July 6 ( ANI ): During the process of mammalian cell division, or mitosis, a mother cell divides equally into two daughter cells
, according to conventional biology.
What the researchers discovered is that CTCF binding ensures that segments of the genome that are packaged to be active do not interfere with neighboring segments that should not be active in the daughter cells
These tumors are made up of two distinct kinds of cells: cancer stem cells that initiate and perpetuate the tumor and which resist all forms of chemotherapy, and their daughter cells
that, in most patients, respond initially to chemotherapy.
In a culture dish, breast cells will only divide and grow so long as there is room for daughter cells
to spread out.
When it comes time to divide, the macro- and micronucleus simply copy themselves, and the cells just split into identical daughter cells
These poles are complex structures at the opposite ends of the cells that control the separation of chromosomes equally into daughter cells
during cell division.