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Unformatted text preview: t regulated?” 4. How does a cell lose control? Biologists ask how the cell creates specificity, checkpoints, fail ­safe mechanisms and a mulCtude of other control mechanisms to allow for everything that happens within a cell. Biologists ask how the ways in which the interacCons in the cell go awry lead to human disease. “Does it translate to human disease?” 5 8/20/12 Biology Ways of Thinking: 5. How are cells in one organism similar and different from cells in another organism? “Is it conserved?” Biologists ask if mechanisms are conserved throughout plants, animals and bacteria, to understand how cells evolve. Why study developmental biology: 1.  First and foremost because embryos (and the cells that build them) are AMAZING….simple observaCons arouse our curiosity 2. I...
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