Ap bio outline

Ap bio outline - Outline 1) An embryo is the cell formed...

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Outline 1) An embryo is the cell formed after the fertilization of the egg and sperm, it is a cell that keeps reproducing until there is an infant a) It later forms a zygote, the information is then duplicated from the “mother cell” and the information is passed on 2) fertilization activates the egg a) the sperm and egg which are 2 haploid cells form 1 diploid cell b) when the sperm has contact with the egg it sets off a metabolic reactions with the egg c) the Acrosomal reaction i) when the sperm cell slowly begins to remove the egg’s jelly surface, the sperm discharges its contents by exocytosis d) The Cortical Reaction i) The fusion of the plasma membranes from sperm and egg cells (1) This causes to egg to have an increase Ca 2+ levels; this incites metabolic reactions to occur within the cell. 3) an embryo is not performed in an egg; it develops by epigenesist, the gradual, gene- directed acquisition of form 4) cleavage partitions the zygote into many other smaller cells a) this is were rapid cell division occurs
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Gottlieb during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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