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Biology Video: Cell Motility Part 2

Video title: Cell Motility Part 2

Watch this Biology video entitled Cell Motility Part 2. Study Cell Motility as part of the structure and function of cells. Look at cell wall, centriole, cilium

With this title you will examine the structure of the microtubule, microtubular complex, and axoneme elements, and describe the structure and biochemical properties of actin and myosin molecules.

 

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Biology Video: Cell Motility Part 2. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Cell Motility and Cytoskeleton. Study Cell Motility. Learn about major pathways for transporting molecules through membranes and examine systems of cell motility.
  • Examine the structure of the microtubule, microtubular complex, and axoneme elements, and describe the structure and biochemical properties of actin and myosin molecules.
  • Identify cellular movements produced by the activities of microtubules and microfilaments, and describe how the active sliding mechanisms of microtubules and microfilaments generate the movement of internal cell organelles or areas of the cytoplasm.
  • Explore the role of microfilaments in the cellular division of cytoplasm in animals.
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