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Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture Hort 515 Callus Cultures

Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture Hort 515 Callus Cultures

Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture Hort 515 Callus Cultures. Definition and Background 2 . Initiation and Establishment of Callus I. Explant II. Nutrient medium III. Temperature and light requirements Callus Maintenance Callus Growth Patterns

By Jimmy
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How Cells Are Put Together

How Cells Are Put Together

How Cells Are Put Together. Chapter 4. The Cell. Smallest unit of life Can survive on its own or has potential to do so Is highly organized for metabolism Senses and responds to environment Has potential to reproduce. Structure of Cells. Two types: Prokaryotic Eukaryotic .

By salena
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Protein Binding Phenomena

Protein Binding Phenomena

Protein Binding Phenomena. Lecture 7, Medical Biochemstry. Ligands.

By arleen
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Biology of Cancer and Tumor Spread

Biology of Cancer and Tumor Spread

Biology of Cancer and Tumor Spread. Chapter 9. First Medial Description :Egyptian Text@ 2500BC-Imhotep. Mastectomy: Johannes Scultetus (1595-1645)- fire, acid, leather binding. Tumor – 1922 “it is tissue overgrowth that is independent of the laws governing the remainder of the body”

By hao
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Tissues

Tissues

Tissues. Students, Please note: This is a rough draft of a power point that has not been proofread or redrafted. I am sorry for any spelling, grammatical errors, etc. It is basically a rough draft for key points of the tissues to go along with my lecture-lab presentation of the tissues.

By kasen
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Regulation of Gene Expression

Regulation of Gene Expression

Regulation of Gene Expression. Bacterial Gene Regulation Eukaryotic Gene Regulation. Operons-the basic concept of Prokaryotic Gene Regulation. Regulated genes can be switched on and off depending on the cell’s metabolic needs

By rowena
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5.5: Classification

5.5: Classification

5.5: Classification. Topic 5: Ecology & Evolution Miss Friedman. 5.5.1: Binomial system of nomenclature. Designed by Carolus Linneaus in 18 th century Based on idea that every species has a Latin name, made up of two parts First part is the name of the genus

By amayeta
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Basic Techniques to Grow Viruses and Study Virus-Host Interactions

Basic Techniques to Grow Viruses and Study Virus-Host Interactions

Basic Techniques to Grow Viruses and Study Virus-Host Interactions. Growth of Viruses. While it is easy to grow bacterial viruses, it is much more difficult and expensive to grow animal viruses Whole animals Embryonating eggs (the classic host for vaccine production).

By tymon
(163 views)

Introduction to Immunology

Introduction to Immunology

Introduction to Immunology. I. General Introduction. A. Definitions. Immunity: the state of protection from infectious disease involving specific and non-specific elements

By aldis
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Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Chapter 1. What is a Cell? By Benjamin Lewin. 1.1 Introduction. Cells arise only from preexisting cells. Every cell has genetic information whose expression enables it to produce all its components.

By howe
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Mechanisms of microbial disease

Mechanisms of microbial disease

Mechanisms of microbial disease. Schaechter et al, Chapter 9 Burton & Engelkirk Chapter 7. Microbe is Extracellular. Microbe secretes exotoxin Botulinus, tetanus toxin (neurotoxins) Enterotoxins (Cholera toxin, toxigenic E, coli, stimulate adenylate cyclase; Shigella toxin, cytotoxic;

By ilar
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LATG Chapters 6 - 7

LATG Chapters 6 - 7

LATG Chapters 6 - 7. Cells & Tissues Organic Chemistry, Biochemistry and Infectious Diseases. Cells. Prokaryotic = bacteria, blue-green algae Eukaryotic = plants, animals, fungi, many unicellular organisms Both cell types: have DNA, are membrane bound, have

By bevis
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Endocrinology:

Endocrinology:

Endocrinology:. Chapter 11. Endocrine System Function. Major control and communication system Controls… body fluid composition and volume nutrient levels growth and development reproduction physiological cycles (“biological clocks”). Nervous vs. Endocrine Control.

By yaphet
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NOTCH signaling pathway and Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

NOTCH signaling pathway and Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia

NOTCH signaling pathway and Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Cecilia Varnagy-Moskovitz. Definitions. Leukemia: “group of bone marrow diseases involving an uncontrolled increase in WBC.” (Medical Encyclopedia). Acute: fast development of the disease. Lymphocytic: is develop from lymphocytes.

By bena
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Central nervous system

Central nervous system

Central nervous system. Guanghui Yu Radiology college. dura mater the outer layer arachnoid mater the middle layer pia mater the inner layer inseparable from the brain The cranial dura is formly adherent to the periosteum of skull bones

By belita
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Protists

Protists

Protists. Protists are single celled eukaryotes. A few forms are multi-cellular. Protists often have a very complicated internal structure: a single cell must do all the functions that we have many different cell types to do. 3 Groups of Protists fungus-like animal-like Plant-like.

By chip
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The Complement System

The Complement System

The Complement System. Fill free to ask questions during my lectures. In addition, I would also be happy to answer any questions after class. My office is in Room 441 BSB. My email address is boacklrj@musc.edu and my phone number is 792-2550. Robert J. Boackle, Ph.D. .

By salena
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Protists

Protists

Protists. Protists are single celled eukaryotes. A few forms are multi-cellular. Protists often have a very complicated internal structure: a single cell must do all the functions that we have many different cell types to do.

By MikeCarlo
(307 views)

ACTIVE SITE: Place on an enzyme where the substrate attaches

ACTIVE SITE: Place on an enzyme where the substrate attaches

ACTIVE SITE: Place on an enzyme where the substrate attaches POLAR MOLECULE: Molecule with an “uneven pattern” of electric charges; More + on one side/more – on the other

By benjamin
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RECOMB/ISCB 2013 Conference on Regulatory and Systems Genomics, with DREAM Challenges Conference Sharing

RECOMB/ISCB 2013 Conference on Regulatory and Systems Genomics, with DREAM Challenges Conference Sharing

RECOMB/ISCB 2013 Conference on Regulatory and Systems Genomics, with DREAM Challenges Conference Sharing. Presenter: Yip Kit Sang Danny Date and Venue: 28 th Nov, 2013 at SHB1027. Agenda. Introduction on the conference DREAM8 challenges

By allene
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