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Nuclear bag fibre

nuclear bag fibre

The largest type of intrafusal muscle fibre's in a neuromuscular spindle, containing a central aggregation of nuclei (nuclear bag).


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... multicellular Imperians consist of two things: Living cells and abiotic fibres, created by their cells. These fibes include skin tissue, bone fibre ... membrane. They play an important role in protein synthesis and nuclear division and transmit electrical signals between the nucleus and ...

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... of cytoplasm a. Karyokinesis It involves four stages. 1. Prophase - Nuclear membrane and nucleolus disintegrates and centrosome divides to give to centriole on two poles. It forms spindle fibres on both the poles 2. Metaphase - In this phase the chromosomes come to the ...

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