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  • A Band - Biology-Online Dictionary
    band of the muscle sarcomere that corresponds to the thick myosin protein filaments The A band is situated on either side of the H zone of a muscle sarcomere that is the area where contraction and relaxation of the muscle occurs where sarcomeres overlap during muscle movements Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A Band oldid 75329 First Previous AV shunt Next A Chromosomes Last

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  • A Chromosomes - Biology-Online Dictionary
    source History A Chromosomes The normal amount of chromosomes for an organism for instance 46 being the standard number of chromosomes in the typical human chromosome set Extra chromosomes which can bring about new species or medical complications are deemed B chromosomes Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A Chromosomes oldid 74448 First Previous A Band Next A antigen Last Please contribute to this project

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  • A antigen - Biology-Online Dictionary
    are of three types H antigen A antigen and B antigen The presence of A antigen marks blood type A Humans with blood type A produce not just the enzyme for H antigen synthesis but also the enzyme i e A type enzyme that catalyzes the addition of N Acetylgalactosamine to a number of H antigen The number of H antigen with N Acetylgalactosamine varies depending on the subgroup of

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  • A bands - Biology-Online Dictionary
    View View source History A bands A bands The dark staining anisotropic cross striations in the myofibrils of muscle fibres comprising regions of overlapping thick myosin and thin actin filaments Synonym a disks anisotropic disks q bands q disks Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A bands oldid 3068 First Previous A antigen Next A chain Last Please contribute to this project if you have

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  • A disks - Biology-Online Dictionary
    View source History A disks A disks a bands The dark staining anisotropic cross striations in the myofibrils of muscle fibres comprising regions of overlapping thick myosin and thin actin filaments Synonym a disks anisotropic disks q bands q disks Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A disks oldid 28249 First Previous A chain Next A fetoprotein Last Please contribute to this project if you

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  • A fetoprotein - Biology-Online Dictionary
    the 12th to 15th week of gestation decreasing thereafter but appearing in the blood in certain tumours such as embryonal carcinomas of the testis and ovary hepatoma and less often in patients with carcinomas of the pancreas stomach colon or lung When present a useful marker in following the course of a tumour Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A fetoprotein oldid 19092 First Previous

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  • A fibres - Biology-Online Dictionary
    0 9 OTHER View View source History A fibres A fibres myelinated nerve fibres in somatic nerves measuring 1 to 22 um in diameter conducting nerve impulses at a rate of 6 to 120 m sec Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A fibres oldid 4143 First Previous A fetoprotein Next A granules Last Please contribute to this project if you have more information about

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  • A granules - Biology-Online Dictionary
    or filamentous granules found in several types of cells especially platelets where they are the most numerous type of granule contain secretory proteins including fibrinogen fibronectin fibrospondin von willebrand factor collectively known as adhesive proteins and other proteins platelet factor 4 platelet derived growth factor coagulation factor v etc Retrieved from http www biology online org bodict index php title A granules oldid 36491 First Previous A fibres Next A

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