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Course Number: BIO 100, Fall 2009

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. Part A Cells move to new positions as an embryo establishes its three germ tissue layers during ANSWER: gastrulation. fertilization. cleavage. determination. induction. Chapter 47 Question 56 Description: [[Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge/Comprehension ]] (a) Changes in the shape of a cell usually involve a reorganization of the... Part A Changes in the shape of a cell usually involve a reorganization of the...

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A Cells . Part move to new positions as an embryo establishes its three germ tissue layers during ANSWER: gastrulation. fertilization. cleavage. determination. induction. Chapter 47 Question 56 Description: [[Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge/Comprehension ]] (a) Changes in the shape of a cell usually involve a reorganization of the... Part A Changes in the shape of a cell usually involve a reorganization of the ANSWER: nucleus. extracellular matrix. transport proteins. cytoskeleton. nucleolus. Chapter 47 Question 57 Description: [[Bloom's Taxonomy: Application/Analysis ]] (a) Animal development compares to plant development in that... Part A Animal development compares to plant development in that ANSWER: animal cells, but not plant cells, migrate during morphogenesis. plant cells, but not animal cells, migrate during morphogenesis. neither plant cells nor animal cells migrate during morphogenesis. plant cells, but not animal cells, undergo convergent extension. plant cells and animal cells migrate extensively during morphogenesis. 4 von 8 21.12.11 09:06 MasteringBiology: Assignment Print View http://session.masteringbiology.com/myct/assignmentPrintView?... Chapter 47 Question 59 Description: [[Bloom's Taxonomy: Application/Analysis ]] (a) Select the choice that correctly associates the organ with its embryonic sources. Part A Select the choice that correctly associates the organ with its embryonic sources. ANSWER: adrenal glandectoderm and mesoderm anterior pituitary glandmesoderm endoderm thyroid and glandmesoderm and ectoderm skinendoderm and mesoderm brainmesoderm and endoderm Chapter 47 Pre-Test Question 10 Description: (a) An embryonic cell that is "totipotent" is one that can _____. Part A An embryonic cell that is "totipotent" is one that can _____. Hint A.1 "Toti" refers to "total." ANSWER: by itself, give rise to the entire embryo, as cleavage proceeds redistribute yolk from the vegetal to the animal pole of the frog embryo migrate into the center of the blastula during gastrulation organize the blastula move mesoderm cells in the blastocoel In Sperman's work on frog embryos, he showed that the first two blastomeres can develop into all of the cells of the frog embryo. Chapter 47 Question 7 Description: [[Bloom's Taxonomy: Application/Analysis ]] (a) Cells transplanted from the neural tube of a frog embryo to the ventral part of another embryo develop into nervous system tissues. This result indicates that the transplanted cells were... Part A 5 von 8 21.12.11 09:06 MasteringBiology: Assignment Print View http://session.masteringbiology.com/myct/assignmentPrintView?... Cells transplanted from the neural tube of a frog embryo to the ventral part of another embryo develop into nervous system tissues. This result indicates that the transplanted cells were ANSWER: mesenchymal. apoptotic. differentiated. totipotent. determined. Chapter 11 Pre-Test Question 9 Description: (a) Why can a sign

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