Motor Proteins. Motor Protein A protein (as dynein , kinesin , or myosin) that moves itself along a filament or polymeric molecule using energy generated by the hydrolysis of ATP. Types of motor proteins. 1 . Dynein 2. kinesin 3. myosin. Dynein Motor Protein.
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A protein (as dynein, kinesin, or myosin) that moves itself along a filament or polymeric molecule using energy generated by the hydrolysis of ATP.
-Dyneinsare microtubule motors capable of a sliding movement.
-Dyneincomplexes are much larger and more complex than kinesin and myosin motors.
-Dyneinfacilitates the movement of cilia and flagella.
-One type of Dynein motor protein is found in fungi.
-Thirteen different types of Dynein motor proteins are found in insects.
-Fourteen to Fifteen different Dynein motor proteins are found in humans.
Flowering plants have an abundance of Kinesin Motor Proteins.
Kinesin Motor Proteins specialize in the mitosis of plant cells.