Cooitinagh

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She brat coadee ec bioag ennagh eh cooitinagh ny cuticula. T'ad jeant ass caghlaaghyn stoo lajer, yn-filley as orgaanagh, dys fendeil organeyn ny h-ayrnyn scanshoil. Shimmey sorçh dy chutinagh t'ayn, as cahlaaghyn bun, strughtoor as dooghys kemmigagh oc; cha nel ad coreggyragh. T'ad ry-akin ec lossreeyn, dhianeyn, arthropodyn as beiyn elley.

Deiney[reagh]

Ayns ronsaghey-kirpey deiney, ta cooitinagh çheet er killagyn epiderm (killagyn keratinagh) ta jannoo y proteen keratin, ny er brat dy chillagyn ta coodaghey corp fuilt.

Beishteigyn[reagh]

Ayns baagh-oaylleeaght, ta cooitinagh beishteigagh ny strughtoor yl-vrattagh er çheumooie epiderm kuse dy veishteigyn. Dy cadjin, t'ad ec Nematoida as arthropodyn. Ta cooitinagh arthropodagh creoiaghey myr ushylagh mooie.

Ta cooitinagh nematoidjagh jeant ass proteen as collagen yl-chianglt son y chooid smoo, as glycoproteen as lipaid myrgeddin.[1]

Ta cooitinagh arthropodyn jeant ass kitin[noa] (chitin) son y chooid smoo, as proteenyn, lipaidyn as catecholameenyn myrgeddin. Ta eddyr-chianglaghyn jannoo eh neulhoobagh. Ta neulhoobaght y chutinagh croghey er ny proteenyn hene t'ayn, as coreir ny kitin as ny catecholameenyn. Ta proteenyn s'geayrey ny s'buiggey.[2]

Lus-oaylleeaght[reagh]

Ayns lus-oaylleeaght, ta cooitinagh lus ny choodagh kereagh jeant ec killagyn epiderm. T'eh fendeil noi buinnagyn, as leodaghey coayl ushtey. T'ad jeant jeh cutin ny cutan son y chooid smoo, as kere nyn mast'oc. Ta cooitinagh feer çhiu ec lossreeyn xerophyte do nagh caillee ad monney ushtey ayns buill gyn monney ry-choayl. Ta cooitinagh çhiu ec kuse dy lossreeyn rish slyst ny marrey, dyn vendeil noi nieunaght sollan.

Fliughane-oaylleeaght[reagh]

Ayns fliughane-oaylleeaght, ta cooitinagh ny pileipellis çheet er brat mooie stoo kirpey basidiocarp fliughane ennagh.[3] Shen ny t'ad speeiney dys aarlaghey fliughane myr bee.

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Page, A.P.; Johnstone, I.L. (2007-03-19). "The cuticle", ayns Jm Kramer & D. G. Moerman: WormBook (Baarle). The C. elegans Research Community. DOI:doi/10.1895/wormbook.1.138.1.
  2. (2007) "insect physiology", The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science of Technology 9 (Baarle). McGraw-Hill, 233.
  3. Jaeger, Edmund C. (1959). A source-book of biological names and terms. Springfield, Ill: Thomas. ISBN 0-398-06179-3.
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