BIOL 595-8-25-09 (F 2009) - BIOL 595 (Fall 2009) Course...

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BIOL 595 (Fall 2009) Course Overview (8-25-09)
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Developmental Biology ???
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Fe rtilize d Eg g -  Zyg o te -  Diplo idy -  c o nta ins  c hro m o s o m e s  o f b o th m a le  a nd  fe m a le  pa re nts To  e ns ure  the  c o ntinuity o f life  fro m  o ne   g e ne ra tio n to  the  ne xt
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“Like  fa the r, like  s o n” “S he  g o t he r m o the r’s  e ye ” “a  c hip o f the  o ld b lo c k”
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How does a single cell (zygote) transform into a complex organism? Different Model Systems
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Basic concepts of Developmental Biology
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Cellular Diversity No ne q uiva le nt 
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Germ cells – give rise to eggs and sperm Somatic cells – any cells other germ cells
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C e ll Divis io n 1) Mitosis (Somatic Cells) 2) Meiosis (Germ Cells) - Two  g e ne tic a lly ide ntic a l da ug hte r c e lls   - Bo th da ug hte r c e lls  a re  diplo id   - Fo ur da ug hte r c e lls   - Da ug hte r c e lls  a re  ha plo id   Asymmetrical versus symmetrical cell division
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No ne q uiva le nt
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cytoplasmic factors (proteins and RNAs) in the egg and in embryonic cells that can be
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2010 for the course BIOL 595 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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BIOL 595-8-25-09 (F 2009) - BIOL 595 (Fall 2009) Course...

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