why do we need stem cells
precursor pool, growth, repair
characteristics of stem cells
identifying stem cells
markers that bind to surface receptors on the stem cell
gradual restriction of stem cells
totipotent, pluripotent, restricted to
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*typical age associated with acquisition of a
particular physical or mental
skill or functional ability
*Age adjustment for prematurity -> Start with
gestational age, subtract number of weeks
premature from chronological age
4 Domains of
process of children adjusting prior understanding
in order to assimilate new experiences or
method by which children incorporate new
information with previous knowledge
psychologist known for his socia
Spina Bifida risk factors
race (affects mostly whites and hispanics), sex (more often in girls),
a condition marked by impaired muscle coordination and/ or other
refraining from sexual intercourse until marri
students can perform the task, but only with a lot of thinking about
focus on a stimulus.
students can perform the process without thinking about it.
the ability to perform thoroughly learned ta
The passing of traits from parents to offspring.
A segment of DNA on a chromosome that codes
for a specific trait.
An alternative form of a gene.
A chromosome is an organized structure of DNA,
protein, and RNA found in cell
What disease is chromosome 4 involved in?
What disease is chromosome 7 involved in?
What disease is chromosome 11 involved in?
Sickle cell disease
What disease is Trisomy 18
What are the features of E
Limitation of DNA sequencing
it is rarely possible to obtain a sequence of more
than about 750 bp.
Shot gun approach
the sequence has to be constructed from a
series of shorter sequences. This is done by
breaking the molecule into fragments,
an organism or substance that causes disease
a disease that commonly affects both animals and humans
lacking symptoms of disease despite infection
adjusting behavior to cope with particular conditi
Infants nurse exclusively for first 6 months /No
Continue nursing for first 12 months
Continue "thereafter for as long as mutually
Most mother's breast feed for 2 or three years
Benefits of Breastfeeding
DEP 2004 Human Growth & Development
FINAL EXAM REVIEW
The eld othoman development is considered to be an applied discipline because
A) it is motimted largely by scientic curiosity.
i3) ndings are used for practical purposes to improve people's lives.