bindin

bindin

A 30-kD sea urchin sperm protein, which mediates sperm-egg attachment and membrane fusion and is thus critical in species recognition and speciation.
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Selection and demographic history shape the molecular evolution of the gamete compatibility protein bindin in Pisaster sea stars.
Evaluation of sequence variation and selection in the bindin locus of the red sea urchin, Strongylocentrotus franciscanus.
The libertarian paternalist planner does engage in some paternalistic judgments when designing the policy, but those judgments are not bindin; the final choice ultimately resides with those who must live under the policy.
Local structural change of actin monomer both in polymerization and a bindin of heavymeromyosin.
Palumbi, "Positive selection and sequence rearrangements generate extensive polymorphism in the gamete recognition protein bindin," Molecular Biology and Evolution, vol.
The absorbance changes of Narb at the initial concentration of [beta]-CD up to 2 x [10.sup.-3] mol [dm.sup.-3] are too low to determine the bindin constant for the inclusion complexation of Narb with [beta]-CD by adopting the Benesi-Hildebrand for
Taatjes, "Hydroxychloroquine directly reduces the bindin of antiphospholipid antibody-[beta]2-glycoprotein I complexes to phospholipid bilayers," Blood, vol.
Over time, as the locks change shape on the female receptor, the males will evolve a new key in the form of a matching protein on the sperm's egg-recognition molecule, called bindin.
In sea urchins, species specific adhesion of spermatozoa to the vitelline envelope is effected by a protein termed bindin exposed during spermatozoon acrosoma reaction, which recognizes a 350 kDa glycopeptide on the oocyte envelope (Monroy & Rosati, 1983; Wassarman, 1987; Correa & Carroll, 1997; Hirohashi & Lennarz, 2001).
Kirk yil once, ona ortak gelmesini hic bagislamamish, "Sen bindin kocamin basina.
Despite what is typically a dearth of robust population structure, echinoids do tend to harbor substantial degrees of within-population genetic variation and maintain high allele frequencies at certain loci (e.g., genes thought to be important for reproduction, such as bindin; Lessios and Zigler, 2012).