Lecture 3 Handout sheet, 2010

Lecture 3 Handout sheet, 2010 - Summary of key points from...

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2 Summary of key points from lect. on Summary of key points from lect. on 05/13/10 05/13/10 1. Types of development: Mosaic (Involves cytosolic and nuclear determinants) Regulatory (Involves induction events) 2. Processes occurring during Development: Cleavage division gives rise to blastula composed of blastomeres surrounding a cavity called Blastocoel Pattern Formation – laying down the overall body plan and allocating the cells to the germ layers Morphogenesis – acquisiton of the form in terms of the various parts of the body e.g. limbs Differentiation – process by which cells become structurally and functionally different
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2 Outline for lecture 05/13 – 25/10 Outline for lecture 05/13 – 25/10 1. Fertilization 2. 2. Gastrulation and Neurulation Gastrulation and Neurulation Amphibians: Frog Frog Avians: Chicken Chicken Mammalians: Mouse Mouse Mammalians: Human Human
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2 Fertilization Fertilization Can be external or internal External in sea urchins and in frogs
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