As described in lecture, cells form actin filaments in particular regions of the cell in part because they nucleate filament formation at particular times and places within cells and in part because they inhibit the formation of filaments that are "randomly" nucleated. what protein(s) is/are responsible for inhibiting the elongation of filaments that are randomly nucleated?
b. thymosin b4
weathering is the answer.
this is a good question! i'll do some research and come back when i have the answer!
well for one plants are always the producer, so a is the answer. a wolf is more of the consumer(predator) and the deer is the prey so i know those two are out of the question. also mushrooms are fungi/fungus so a is the producer.