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Gastrulation

... the endodermal ... Gastrulation " ... During gastrulation , cell movements result in a massive reorganization of the ... the details of gastrulation differ between various groups ... During gastrulation , cell movements result in a massive reorganization of the ... Although the details of ...

Cerebellum

... ... Cerebellum - (sĕr''bĕl'm), portion of the brain that coordinates movements of ... cerebellum ... Three main nerve tracts link the cerebellum with ... Damage to the cerebellum makes walking difficult, speech slurred, most movements ... The cerebellum (Latin: "little brain") is a region of the brain ...

Yolk plug

... ... blastopore and Frog yolk plug . These slides only contain ... Now examine your frog yolk plug slide and try to visualize the cell movements that have taken ... ...

Tropism

...... Other commonly observed tropisms include galvanotropism or electrotropism, ... The term tropism was formerly applied only to the responsive movements of fixed ... Maxalot showcases graphic design as a contemporary art-form inviting industry leaders, pioneers of graphic style and technique to ...

Smooth muscle

... to sustain the long wave like contractions. ... Where would you find smooth muscle ? ... Smooth muscle controls slow, involuntary movements such as the contraction of ... However, like smooth muscle tissue, it is involuntary. ... Smooth muscle cells contain one centrally ...

Sciatic nerve

... the lower ... Treatments for sciatica aim to reduce the irritation of this important nerve . ... The sciatic nerve supplies information about movements to the leg, and sends ... Chronic pain management and support group dealing with Fibromyalgia, degenerative ... Pain resulting from irritation of ...

Quaternary structure

... structure . ... Proteins with quaternary structure may also be heteromultimers, as in ... Open Interface and Large Quaternary Structure movements in 3D Domain Swapped ... phenomenon coupled with the high flexibility of the quaternary structure may ... 5 Quaternary Structure . The ...

Peristalsis

... of muscle contractions and relaxations which occur along ... Britannica online encyclopedia article on peristalsis (physiology), involuntary movements of the longitudinal and circular muscles, primarily in the digestive tract ... These peristalsis animations were designed for a non-majors ...

Pereiopod

... terminology,biology terms,biology abbreviations ... pereiopod . The walking legs of a crayfish. Covered in Lab ... Pereiopod movements during the power strokes were monitored in tethered individuals ... pereiopod pairs. ... for urosome and pereiopod (P5) due to pivot ... but ...

Myotome

... whereas its absence drives ... The myotome of the adult zebrafish is composed of five distinguishable layers of ... I. Myotome shape and movements in the embryo. Z Anat Entwickl-Gesch 145: ... The dermomyotome then forms the dermotome (forms dermis) and myotome (forms muscle) ... The ...

Ligaments

... Ligaments connect bones to other bones to form a joint. ... Some ligaments limit the mobility of articulations, or prevent certain movements ... Cooper's ligaments are connective tissue in the breast that helps maintain structural integrity. The ligaments run from the clavicle ...

Intercalation

... sequence 1: dorsal intercalation in wild-type and die-1 embryos visualized ... Despite abnormal intercalation , the subsequent morphogenetic movements that ... The purpose of this study was to investigate whether hydrotalcite is able to intercalate diclofenac, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory ...

Geotropism

... ... Gravitropism Gravitropism (or geotropism ) is a turning or growth movement by a plant or fungus ... geotropism (botany) Plant movements (plant physiology) ... geotropism an orienting response to gravity ... To discover how gravity can affect plant growth in geotropism ? Read ...

Alimentary canal

... ( alimentary canal ) is a musculomembranous tube, about 9 ... General Characteristics of the Alimentary Canal . Structure of the Wall and movements of the Tube ... Organs of the alimentary canal extend from the mouth to the anus. ... BIOLOGY - ALIMENTARY CANAL . Quiz. Show all ...
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