Dynein-deficient flagella respond to increased viscosity with contrasting changes in power and recovery strokes.

@article{Wilson2015DyneindeficientFR,
  title={Dynein-deficient flagella respond to increased viscosity with contrasting changes in power and recovery strokes.},
  author={Kate Swayne Wilson and Olivia Rodr{\'i}guez Gonz{\'a}lez and Susan K. Dutcher and Philip V. Bayly},
  journal={Cytoskeleton},
  year={2015},
  volume={72 9},
  pages={
          477-90
        }
}
Changes in the flagellar waveform in response to increased viscosity were investigated in uniflagellate mutants of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. We hypothesized that the waveforms of mutants lacking different dynein arms would change in different ways as viscosity was increased, and that these variations would illuminate the feedback pathways from force to dynein activity. Previous studies have investigated the effects of viscosity on cell body motion, propulsive force, and power in different… CONTINUE READING
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