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Unformatted text preview: TEST TWO STUDY GUIDE **Remember – everything said in lecture, in the lecture powerpoints, handouts or labs are fair game…but here are some of the main concepts to help you get started with your studying. HINT : labs are a great way to see what I think are extra important concepts that you should know, and don’t forget to study your coloring pictures!! GOOD LUCK! Lecture 3- The development of the neural tube o How is it formed (you don’t need to know specific days, but do know when it ends) – all the way from the neural plate until the neuropores close and the tube separates into basal & alar plates.- Disorders of the neural tube: Anencephaly, Arnold Chiari Malformation Spina Bifida- The very, very basics of the development of the brain- Cellular level development o Proliferation o Migration o Organization/Differentiation o Scultping o Myelination o Importance of experience, especially in critical periods- Remember the “take home” message we discussed in class: Formation proliferation migration differentiation...
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2010 for the course OT 441 taught by Professor Stein during the Summer '10 term at USC.
- Summer '10