2 Classification by information type
3 Classification by temporal
4 Memory disorders
5 The physiology of memory
6 ... depends on the cerebellum and basal ganglia .
Classification by temporal
A further major way to distinguish different memory functions ...
... in which mice had been exposed to 21 isolates of confirmed H5N1 strains obtained from ducks in China between 1999 and 2002. They found "a clear temporal
pattern of progressively increasing pathogenicity". 
In humans, it has been found that avian flu causes similar symptoms to ...
Vertebrate brains ...
... Brains of children with Down syndrome are usually small and underweight. The cerebellum and brain stem are unusually small, as is the superior temporal
gyrus . Educational progress may also be damaged by illness and disabilities, such as recurring infectious diseases , heart problems, poor eyesight, ...
Gene regulatory network
... which determine cellular behaviour. The basic drivers within cells are levels of some proteins, which determine both spatial (tissue related) and temporal
(developmental stage) co-ordinates of the cell, as a kind of "cellular memory". The gene networks are only beginning to be understood, and it is a ...
... of long-term potentiation
LTP was first discovered in the rabbit hippocampus . In humans the hippocampus is located in the medial temporal
LTP was first observed by Terje Lmo in 1966 in the Oslo , Norway , laboratory of Per Andersen  . He tested the spatial memory of ...
transgenics and overexpression
mapping, cloning, and sequencing
spatial and temporal
bacterial and phage molecular genetics
eukaryotic molecular genetics
Atlas of ...