When the dynein arm is at a ninety degree angle, what does it do?
Once it does this, what happens next?
What happens next?
What have the microtubules done in relation to each other?
it binds ATP
once bound, it loses shape, causing dynein to lose its binding part, rendering it unable to bind
hydrolysis of ATP causing dynein to now hold ADP and a phosphate and change to a 45 degree angle position, binding to a new binding site and triggering ADP + P to leave--> back to same position
moved relative to each other