ADSC 4300- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 64 pages long!)

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In this course, we will only discuss myogenesis for skeletal muscle: somitogenesis: paraxial mesodermal cells that organize into cuboidal masses on either side of the neural tubes. Myoblast multiple & become many via cell proliferation and division. If you see 1 of these, you know this cell is a myoblast. This is the membrane that encases a muscle fiber: lipid bilayer, motor nerve: delivers cellular communication to the muscle cell form cns and. *muscle makes up about 40% of body mass. *functions of muscles: movement, support/protection, nutrition, temperature regulation. Quick review: the ns is anatomically divided into: cns & pns, structurally divided into: neurons & glial cells, cns consists of: brain & spinal cord, pns consists of: ganglia & nerve fibers. Two periods of animal growth & development: days of gestation (prenatal, days to market (postnatal) Inner cell mass: forms embryo: compact cell mass that pushes into blastocoel.

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