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131. General Term: Zygote
each parent. Egg and sperms cells, on the other hand, each contain only one copy of each chromosome. The zygote develops into an embryo . Related Topics: Genetics Contributed by: CTNS Search
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132. Divine Action Topic: Brothers, Leslie A. “A Neuroscientific Perspective...
showed that some nerve cells are particularly attuned to respond to movements that bear social significance, such as the specific yawn that males use to signal dominance. The picture that is emerging from human and monkey studies,
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133. Divine Action Topic: Chela-Flores, Julian. “The Phenomenon of the Eukar...
evolution of prokaryotic cells in the Precambrian period. He then discusses the evolution of eukaryotes, including the role of oxygen and iron in their first appearance, and the identification of eukaryotes that are morphologically similar to
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134. Ecology Topic: Defining ‘Life’
even the simplest of actual cells is incredibly complicated and it's too complicated to portray here. So the question is:  What would you need to have the very, very simplest example of something living? Well here's what the philosophers of
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135. General Term: Trophoblast
The outer layer of cells of the mammalian blastocyst that gives rise to the placenta. Contributed by: AAAS/DoSER Search for Trophoblast Full Glossary Index Next
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136. General Term: Transgenic
DNA into one or more of its cells. Related Topics: Genetics Contributed by: BU Search for Transgenic Full Glossary Index Next >
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137. Biography: James Robl
genetically modified somatic cells . Implications of Animal Cloning Experiments for the Potential Cloning of Human Beings Search for James Robl
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138. General Term: HGP
in each of our body’s cells; and sequencing will determine the order of the four base pairs - the A,T,G and C nucleotides - that compose the DNA molecule. The study's motive is to identify the 4,000 or so genes that are suspected to be
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139. General Term: Monoclonal Antibodies
laboratory by specialized cells called hybridomas. The important features of these antibodies include their specificity of binding to a single antigen (protein), the ability to produce them in unlimited amounts, and their homogeneity. These
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140. Biography: Kenneth Miller
junctions that link plant cells. Using the freeze-etching technique they have prepared high-resolution images of these junctions. In the next few months he expects to be able to follow the movement of macromolecules from cell to cell through the
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