Lecture 2: Key concepts in
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What is developmental biology ?
all animals come from
a single-celled egg. . . .
how do cells become diff
Lecture 1: Overview and
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Course learning objectives
You will be required to understand . . . . .
1) Stages of development: gameto
Rules of Scientific Evidence (p39-40; Gilbert text)
-methods for studying gene function
strength of evidence
1. Correlation: two events occur together in development;
which causes which?, or coincidence, parallel event?
(correlation v. causation?)
Question Set 2
Lectures 3 and 4
Section 1: Fill in the blank. Supply the appropriate word or words corresponding to the given definition.
: Production of functional egg and sperm in the ovary and testis.
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ENTR:2000 (06T:120) or ENTR:3520 (06T:125) or MGMT:3100 (06J
Lecture 3: Development of
the germline and
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Much of what we know about
comes from model systems
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