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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Chapter Notes -Hemidesmosome, Atp Hydrolysis, Facilitated Diffusion

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Cadherins mediate ca-dependent cell-cell adhesion in all animals. Cadherins are present in all multicellular animals whose genomes have been analyzed.
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UTSGCSB201H1beakSpring

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UTSGCSB331H1Maurice RinguetteWinter

CSB331H1 Chapter Notes -National College Of Art And Design, Reassortment, Bone Morphogenetic Protein

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Fn-containing ecm appears to provide both a substrate for adhesion as well as cues for the direction of cell migration. In xenopus, fn is similarly sec
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Polarity In Embryogenesis, Blastocoel, Lithium Chloride

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Chapter 7 sea urchins and tunicates: deuterostome invertebrates. This type of cleavage occurs in eggs with sparse yolk, and that holoblastic cleavage f
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

CSB332H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11-12: Chemical Synapse

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Csb332h1s ch. 11: direct chemical transmission via ionotropic recs. Electrical transmission at synapses specialized for very fast reflex responses & in
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Microtubule, Paracrine Signalling, Nieuwkoop

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Chapter 8 early development in vertebrates: amphibians and fish. Despite vast differences in their adult morphology, the early development of each of t
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

Chapter 4

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Permeability & concentration determine channel conductance: 2 types of electrical signals in nerve cells: Action pots (propagated along entire neuronal
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Blastocoel, Pronucleus, Primordium

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Fertilization activates protein synthesis, dna synthesis, and the cell cycle. The activation of mitosis-promoting factor is one of the most important e
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UTSGCSB332H1Melanie WoodinWinter

Chapter 5 (only required sections relating to lecture)

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5 reading (only required to read what is covered in lecture: neurons perform wide repertoire of bhvr, site-directed mutagenesis. Experimental advances:
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: The Molecules, Chondrocyte, Stat1

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Different cell types form organized structures must be ordered to take different shapes and make different connections -> morphogenesis. 1850a, robert
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UTSGCSB328H1Ashley BruceFall

CSB328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Archenteron, Intermediate Mesoderm, Hindbrain

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Noggin, chordin, and follistatin are all secreted by the organizer, and that each of them prevents bmp from binding to and inducing the ectoderm and me
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UTSGCSB332H1Francis BambicoWinter

CSB332H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Cytosol, C-Terminus, Choline Acetyltransferase

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Axon terminal depolarization and release. Chapter 13 243- 248; 250- 252; 255- 256. Chapter 13 release of neurotransmitters. Stimulus to release nt is t
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