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BIOC19H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Unipotent, Cadherin, Hans Spemann


Department
Biological Sciences
Course Code
BIOC19H3
Professor
Ian Brown
Lecture
1

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Animal Science Practice Questions
Lecture 1 and 2
Lecture 1
1. What are the two levels at which developmental biology is studied?
2. Historical advances were originally made from what kind of observation?
3. The invention of the compound light microscope depended on what two scientific
advancements?
4. Which of the following is NOT true about fixation of a specimen?
a. Preserves tissue
b. Prevents autolysis
c. Makes tissues hardy
d. Fixation is done only through chemical means
5. Thin slices of specimen prepared for microscope slides are what step of tissue
preparation?
6. What are the four advancements that were made due to the light microscope?
7. “The development of an organism demonstrates the evolutionary history of its species”
what is the name of this theory?
8. Embryogenesis is followed by the formation of organs known as what?
9. Name the three germ layers and what they give rise to.
10. A diagram of an early embryo showing which tissues the cells in each region will give
rise to is known as?
11. There is a _______________ basis for the sequence of the morphological changes that
occur during the development of an organism.
12. True or False. All cells in an organism have the same genetic information.
13. How do different cell types occur in an organism?
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