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Recent technological advances such as confocal microscopy and computer reconstruction provide three-dimensional views of cellular and tissue structure. The light microscope can magnify objects to a maximum of about 1500 times the original size. This is known as the magnification, or power, of the microscope. Resolving power refers to the property of showing two objects as separate structures. 2 μm (about 200 nm). This resolving power depends greatly on the wavelength of the light used to observe the tissue and the optical quality of the objective lens of the microscope.
Differences in the sequence of the amino acids of the polypeptide chains of proteins often occur between species. For example, the serum albumin in the blood plasma of horses is different from that in the plasma of cattle and sheep. In cattle, the protein hormone insulin is slightly different from that in swine. Such variable proteins may still function in a different species, though usually at levels below that of the naturally occurring form of the molecule. Note: Throughout the text, clinical extracts are set in blue type.
Globulins (plasma globulins, globulins in plant seeds) 3. Protamines (in sperm cells) 4. Histones (with nucleoproteins in cell nuclei) 5. Albuminoids (collagen and elastin of connective tissue) Conjugated proteins consist of simple proteins combined with a component that is not a protein or amino acid. Rather, it is called a prosthetic group. The conjugated proteins and examples of each are as follows: 1. Glycoproteins: Includes mucopolysaccharides and oligosaccharides as the carbohydrate prosthetic group (in connective tissue and salivary mucus) 2.
Anatomy and physiology of farm animals by R D Frandson; Thomas Leslie Spurgeon