1. Outline the process of fertilization.
2. Outline the process of cell cleavage after fertilization.
3. Outline the process of implantation.
4. Describe gastrulation.
5. Describe neurulation.
6. Construct a chart of the pharyngeal arches, outl
The sperm travels up the uterine tube, takes about 30 minutes to 2 hours.
Secretions from the uterine wall and uterine tube causes capacitation of
the sperm cells, removing the outer casing of the sperm head, causing it to
be more fluid f
1. Fundamentals of Biochemistry
Biochemistry is the study of the interactions of organic and inorganic molecules,
and their properties that combine to form an organism.
Lower limits of cellular dimension set by the size of biomolecules requ
Introduction to Dental Clinic
Lesson 1 Anamnesis, Oral Exploration
Anamnesis = Taking patient history, with documentation on a case-by-case basis
Methods of anamnesis:
Clinical: done near patient in dental chair
Paraclinical: done with additional inst
Lesson 1 Organization of Nervous System
All signals are processed extensively by the ANS, before becoming conscious
Mastication involves both somatic and autonomic NS
SNS thoracic and lumbar spinal nerves, also salivary secretion & muco
Chondrocranium is derived from the fore gut
Gives rise to base of skull
Bony processes of special senses; optic, nasal and otic capsules
Viscerocranium is derived from mandibular, hyoid and branchial arches
Developed from p
Principles of Anatomy and Physiology
Female Reproductive Cycle
Comprises of the ovarian cycle and the uterine (menstrual) cycle
Hypothalamus secretes GnRH and causes the release of FSH and LH from the
anterior pituitary gland.
FSH and LH both stimulate f
Principles of Physiology
Physiology is the study of the functions of organisms
4 different cell types present in human body: 1. Neurons 2. Epithelial cells 3.
Muscle cells 4. Connective tissue cells
Neurons: transmit information in elec
Lesson 8 Genes and Genomes
Gene: a portion of DNA that codes for the primary structure of a polypeptide or
DNA contains regulatory segments; denote beginnings of genes or influence
transcription, or serve as initiation points for
Hooke first observed cells in plant tissue
Leeuwenhoek invented the first microscope to study cells
Schleiden observed cells with the microscope and found nuclei
Schwann identified cells in the nervous system (Schwann cells)