Difference between revisions of "heximerin"

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|etymology=<b><i>heximerin</i></b> (noun; Greek <i>hexi</i>, six; Greek <i>meros</i> or <i>mer</i>, part; Biochemistry <i>-in</i>, a protein)
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|etymology=<b><i>hexamerin</i></b> (noun; Greek <i>hexi</i>, six; Greek <i>meros</i> or <i>mer</i>, part; Biochemistry <i>-in</i>, a protein)
 
|definition=([[Arthropoda]]) A hexameric protein used as a storage protein in the insect [[fat body]] or arthropod [[hemolymph]] and incorporated into structures such as the cuticle.
 
|definition=([[Arthropoda]]) A hexameric protein used as a storage protein in the insect [[fat body]] or arthropod [[hemolymph]] and incorporated into structures such as the cuticle.
 
|references=Telfer WH and JG Kunkel. (1991). THE FUNCTION AND EVOLUTION OF INSECT STORAGE HEXAMERS. Ann Rev Entomol 36: 205-28.
 
|references=Telfer WH and JG Kunkel. (1991). THE FUNCTION AND EVOLUTION OF INSECT STORAGE HEXAMERS. Ann Rev Entomol 36: 205-28.
 
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Revision as of 16:12, 22 April 2016

Expression error: Unexpected < operator.hexamerin (hexamerin (noun; Greek hexi, six; Greek meros or mer, part; Biochemistry -in, a protein)): (Arthropoda) A hexameric protein used as a storage protein in the insect fat body or arthropod hemolymph and incorporated into structures such as the cuticle.

Telfer WH and JG Kunkel. (1991). THE FUNCTION AND EVOLUTION OF INSECT STORAGE HEXAMERS. Ann Rev Entomol 36: 205-28.