When Mota swung for the Dodgers in 1948, he had little power and was blocked by the outfield trio of Willie Stargell and Matty Alou. But his speed and savvy enabled him to hit line drives seemingly at will, and he became one of baseball’s top fourth outfielders. Mota modest demeanor and dedication to community causes masked the intense competitor whose relentless drive fueled a career that spanned 20 seasons in the majors and winter ball.
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The last name mota occurs in 140 countries and territories, with the highest concentration in Brazil (at 194,724 individuals or 1 in 1,099). Individuals with this surname are most prevalent in Sao Paulo, Bahia and Ceara. This surname also occurs in Nigeria, where it is borne by 79 percent of its population, Ukraine (13%) and India (12%). It is a common name in the Philippines as well, where it is borne by 14 percent of its population.
Mota is a Sanskrit word for Bala, or Sida cordifolia Linn, which is part of the Malvaceae or “flannel weed” family. The plant is also known as Cadaba fruticosa Druce, and it has numerous other botanical synonyms. It is used in Ayurveda, and may have been included among the eighty small plants referred to as motta in the 13th-century Raj Nighantu or Rajanighantu.
The Mota protein is a component of the cytosolic chaperone complex that functions in the autophagy pathway to transport substrates from the Golgi apparatus to mitochondria. It consists of a large central domain and two smaller N-terminal domains that are assembled into a dimer. The motA and motb proteins have four membrane-spanning regions and identify helix faces that likely line the proton channels of this complex.