Mitochondrium

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Mitochondria: 1, matrix exterior; 2, membrana; 3, cristae; 4, matrix interior

Mitochondrium[1][2] (-i, n.) sive mitochondrion[1][3] (ex Graece μίτος mitos, filum, + χονδρίον chondrion, granulum) in biologia cellulari est organellum in cytoplasmate plurimarum cellularum eucaryoticarum[4] inclusum, energiae fons. Non nunquam dicitur "electrificina" cellulae quia copiam parit ATP(adenosine triphosphate ) fontem energiae cellulae.[5] Solum mitochondrium aliud quam nucleum, DNA continet. Solum feminas transferunt mitochondri DNA ad filios. Energiam praebenti aliis, mitochondrium implicat in aliis operibus talis sicut communicandis(Anglice signaling), differentibus cellularum, morienti cellulae( apoptosis), cyclis cellulae, augmenti cellae, etc.

Fons[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. 1.0 1.1 International Anatomical Nomenclature Committee (1983). Nomina Histologica. Baltimore/London: Williams & Wilkins
  2. Everdingen, J.J.E. van, Eerenbeemt, A.M.M. van den (2012). Pinkhof Geneeskundig woordenboek (12de druk). Houten: Bohn Stafleu Van Loghum.
  3. International Committee on Veterinary Histological Nomenclature (1994). Nomina Histologica. Zürich/Ithaca/New York.
  4. Henze K, Martin W; Martin, William (2003). "Evolutionary biology: essence of mitochondria". Nature 426 (6963): 127–8 
  5. Campbell, Neil A.; Brad Williamson; Robin J. Heyden (2006). Biology: Exploring Life. Boston, Massachusetts: Pearson Prentice Hall. ISBN 0-13-250882-6 (Anglice)
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