BIPN140 Lecture 13

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Unformatted text preview: http://www.biology.ucsd.edu/classes/bipn140.FA10/ Cellular Neurobiology BIPN140 Figure 22.1 Neurulation in the mammalian embryo Figure 22.2 The neural crest Figure 22.3 Major inductive signaling pathways in vertebrate embryos Box 22B Retinoic Acid: Teratogen and Inductive Signal Normal action of retinoic acid Normal action of retinoic acid Following maternal ingestion of retinoic acid Mid-gestation mouse embryo Following maternal ingestion of retinoic acid Mouse embryo at term Figure 22.4 Local signals specify sensory relay neurons, interneurons, and motor neurons (Part 2) expression repression Figure 22.5 Regional specification of the developing brain Figure 22.7 Nuclear migration and mitosis in precursor cells in vertebrate neuroepithelium Figure 22.9 Mechanisms that guide neuronal and glial differentiation in neural ectoderm Figure 22.12 Radial migration in the developing cortex forebrain Figure 22.8 Generation of cortical neurons during the gestation of a rhesus monkey Figure 22.13 Mutations in genes that influence neuronal migration cause malformations of the human cerebral cortex DCX = Doublecortin ventricles white matter gyri & sulci Box 22G Mixing It Up: Long-Distance Neuronal Migration normal mutant Dlx1&Dlx2 Variable contribution of radial and tangential migration to assembly of the cerebral cortex...
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course BIPN BIPN 140 taught by Professor Spitzer during the Spring '07 term at UCSD.

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