Kentrosoom

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Diagram jeh killag baagh cadjin.
Mynoltyn:
(1) Myn-heshvean
(2) Çheshvean
(3) Ribbosoomyn
(4) Bolgan
(5) Moggyl endoplasmagh garroo
(6) Farrys Golgi
(7) Ushylagh killag
(8) Moggyl endoplasmagh reajagh
(9) Mitochondria
(10) Folmid killag
(11) Plasmey killag
(12) Leesosoom
(13) Kentreenyn ayns y chentrosoom

She mynolt eh kentrosoom, as eshyn currit da reaghey mynphiobanyn as y çhymshal killag. T'ad credjal nagh ren eh aafilley agh ayns y fuilleeaght metasoagh dy chillagyn eukaryotagh[1]. Ta fungyssyn as lossreeyn jannoo ymmyd jeh troggalyn elley dy reaghey ny mynphiobanyn oc[2][3] Ga dy vel obbyr scanshoil ec y chentrosoom ayns killagyn vaaghyn bentyn rish mitosis, cha nel feme er oc[4].

Ta kentrosoom jeant jeh daa chentreen kern-jeeragh rish y cheilley, as ram proteen mygeayrt oc: stoo pericentriolagh (SPC).

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Bornens M, Azimzadeh J (2007). "Origin and evolution of the centrosome". Adv. Exp. Med. Biol. 607: 119–29. PMID 17977464. 
  2. Schmit AC (2002). "Acentrosomal microtubule nucleation in higher plants". Int. Rev. Cytol. 220: 257–89. PMID 12224551. 
  3. Jaspersen SL, Winey M (2004). "The budding yeast spindle pol body: structure, duplication, and function". Annu. Rev. Cell Dev. Biol. 20: 1–28. doi:10.1146/annurev.cellbio.20.022003.114106. PMID 15473833. 
  4. Mahoney NM, Goshima G, Douglass AD, Vale RD (2006). "Making microtubules and mitotic spindles in cells without functional centrosomes". Curr. Biol. 16 (6): 564–9. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2006.01.053. PMID 16546079. 


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