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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of microtubule:

Derived Form of microtubule

plural: microtubules
a microscopically small tubule
Type oftubule,

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  1. qubit in microtubule; then ferroelectric property of microtubule, this prediction was done by
  2. And, we can recapitulate at least two kinds of microtubule assembly.
  3. I'll show you one movie... We're also increasingly working on microtubule asters,
  4. That triggers microtubule nucleation near the DNA.
  5. When the microtubule depolymerizes again, it goes back to being soluble.
  6. we can also track the whole microtubule sliding. It's a kind of fiducial mark, if you will
  7. bars are some kind of nucleating structure, the green is the microtubule,
  8. What I'm going to argue now is that microtubule assembly, and particularly mitotic spindles,
  9. Although I've only talked about the microtubule cytoskeleton...
  10. how the mitotic spindle and the microtubule cytoskeleton
  11. colcemid, and colcemid is a microtubule antagonist.
  12. microtubule attaches to the kinetochore, and as we'll see
  13. then its endocytosed and in a microtubule mediated transport step
  14. microtubule motors, dynein in this case, and they move them as a particle,
  15. also, the organizers for the microtubule component of the cytoskeleton.
  16. making a series of microtubule nucleating sites
  17. and form a tube. And, in vivo, there are about 13 protofilaments per microtubule.
  18. And, in the bottom, you're seeing a microtubule by a technique known as vitreous ice,
  19. So, a microtubule will nucleate from the centrosome, grow out through the cell,
  20. You can add centrosomes to that cytoplasm and watch microtubule growth.