worksheet+9 - What are these developmental events called?...

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Give the steps and the reason for each of the steps shown in these Molecular Biology protocols.
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What is MyoD and what does it do? Once MyoD is expressed, what happens? Describe the Bicoid experiment, where does bicoid come from? why does it form a gradient? Why does it cause headless 2-tailed flies? What are homeobox (hox) genes? What are the proteins encoded by these genes called? What do the proteins bind? What defects do they cause if mutated? How are they temporally expressed? What is the name of the defect that causes the ugly bug?
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Unformatted text preview: What are these developmental events called? What are somites, what do they give rise to? How is neural tissue induced? How does the neural plate form? What cytoskeletal changes occur? How does the neural tube form? What does the tube give rise to? What happens to the left over cells? What are these cells called, what do they give rise to and how? What are the AER and ZPA and what do they do? Describe this experiment: What region is being transplanted? What will happen to the recipient embryo? What does this show?...
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2008 for the course BIO SCI 05115 taught by Professor Mcnulty during the Summer '08 term at UC Irvine.

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