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BULLETIN OF APPLIED MECHANICS
Biomechanics of the cell shape changes and the budding of the cellular membrane is described. It is indicated that two mechanisms based on internal degrees of freedom: in-plane orientational ordering of membrane constituents and non-homogeneous lateral distribution of membrane constituents, are complementary mechanisms that may promote budding of the membrane and determine the shape of the released daughter vesicle (spherical or tubular). Tubular budding may be explained by self-assembly offatcat:wvfuurpqbfextbvpaliczg3abu