... each other on either side of the esophagus by the basal
lobes and the dorsal magnocellular lobes. The ...
substantia nigra ... by feedback loops in the cerebellum and the basal
ganglia . Nuclei in the brainstem control many ...
... its microtubule organization center called a basal
body . basal
body is structurally identical to and ... in the animal cells. The region between the basal
body and axoneme is a short transition zone ...
... the cell. A shaft runs between the hook and the basal
body, passing through protein rings in the cell's ... act as bearings. Gram-positive organisms have 2 basal
body rings, one in the peptidoglycan layer and ... the aid of enzymes or other factors. Both the basal
body and the filament have a hollow core, through ...
... cell papilloma , transitional cell carcinoma
cell (only in skin): basal
glandular epithelium: adenoma ... is considered malignant if it penetrates the basal
lamina and is considered benign if it does not.
... cuneate: wedge-shaped.
hastate: shaped like an halberd and with the basal
lobes pointing outward.
reniform: kidney-shaped ... curving.
sagittate: shaped like an arrowhead and with the acute basal
lobes pointing downward.
truncate: ending abruptly with a flat end, ...
... area of the brain's cerebral cortex . Commands are routed though the basal
ganglia and are modified by input from the cerebellum before being ... in posture often are controlled from nuclei in the brain stem and basal
Sometimes known as muscle memory , the ...
... spermatozoa are highly differentiated cells, composed normally of a head, basal
body (or midpiece ), and tail . The head contains some cytoplasm and the nuclear material for fertilization . The basal
body contains a large concentration of mitochondria that provide the ...
... the positions of items within them. In an upright cladogram (one with species listed at the top, and a "root" at the bottom), a species or clade is basal
to another clade if it branches off toward the bottom, or below the other group in question. Conversely, one clade or species can be described as ...
... of granulation tissue , and is produced quickly by young fibroblasts before the tougher type I collagen is synthesised.
Type IV collagen - basal
Type V collagen - most interstitial tissue, assoc. with type I
Type VI collagen - most interstitial tissue, assoc. with type I
... feeding, and sensation. These are entirely distinct from prokaryotic flagella. They are supported by a bundle of microtubules arising from a basal
body, also called a kinetosome or centriole, characteristically arranged as nine doublets surrounding two singlets. Flagella also may have hairs or ...
... are unconsciously accessing aspects of those previous experiences. Procedural memory involved in motor learning depends on the cerebellum and basal
Classification by temporal direction
A further major way to distinguish different memory functions is whether the content to be ...
... took in was lost from the body through perspiratio insensibilis (insensible perspiration).
Thermic effect of food
Iron-sulfur world theory , a "metabolism first" theory of the origin of life .
... result of an invagination of the ectoderm following gastrulation . This process is induced by signaling molecules produced in the notochord and basal
Neural tube defects
Normally the closure of the neural tube occurs around the 30th day after fertilization . However, if something ...