BIPN140 Lecture 13 - Cellular Neurobiology BIPN140...

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Cellular Neurobiology BIPN140
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Figure 22.1 Neurulation in the mammalian embryo
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Figure 22.2 The neural crest
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Figure 22.3 Major inductive signaling pathways in vertebrate embryos
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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
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Figure 22.4 Local signals specify sensory relay neurons, interneurons, and motor neurons (Part 2) expression repression
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Figure 22.5 Regional specification of the developing brain
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Figure 22.7 Nuclear migration and mitosis in precursor cells in vertebrate neuroepithelium
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Figure 22.9 Mechanisms that guide neuronal and glial differentiation in neural ectoderm
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Figure 22.12 Radial migration in the developing cortex forebrain
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Figure 22.8 Generation of cortical neurons during the gestation of a rhesus monkey
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Figure 22.13 Mutations in genes that influence neuronal migration cause malformations of the human cerebral cortex DCX = Doublecortin ventricles white matter gyri & sulci
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Box 22G Mixing It Up: Long-Distance Neuronal Migration normal mutant Dlx1&Dlx2
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Variable contribution of radial and tangential migration to assembly of the cerebral cortex
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Figure 22.2 The neural crest
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Figure 22.11 Gene expression and cell–cell signaling during neural crest development
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