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Animal Development - Biology for Science - Lecture Notes

Lecture Notes, Biology

Post: January 26th, 2013
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These are the lecture notes of Biology for Science. Key important points are: Animal Development, Multicellular Flowering Plants, Growth, Differentiation, Morphogenesis, Development of Multicellular Organisms, Single-Celled Zygote, Tissue-Specific Proteins
These are the lecture notes of Biology for Science. Key important points are: Animal Development, Multicellular Flowering Plants, Growth, Differentiation, Morphogenesis, Development of Multicellular Organisms, Single-Celled Zygote, Tissue-Specific Proteins
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Chapt. 47 – Animal Development NOTE: You should review growth, differentiation, and morphogenesis (i.e., development) in angiosperms (multicellular flowering plants) from Chapt. 35; see the chapter outline for Chapt. 35 for those details. NOTE: You are strongly encouraged to examine and know the details in figures listed from Chapt. 21, since they illustrate concepts that are assumed as background for Chapt. 47. Growth, differentiation, and morphogenesis also occur during the development of multicellular organisms… E.g., from a single-celled zygote (about the size of a period on a printed page) to a fully mature adult human Cell division alone would simply result in a growing mass of identical cells Development produces cells of different types, arranged in a particular three-spatial dimensional pattern and appearing in a particular temporal pattern [Fig. 21.4] All of the autosomal cells of a given organism share the same genetic material (the organism’s genome) Differentiation a..

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