Summary - Genetics, reproduction and prenata
This summary contains all the cases and lectures of BBS-1005: Genetics, reproduction and prenata. The summary contains a lot of detail, clear explanations, nice pictures and schemes.
The following topics are covered: Gametogenesis, meiosis, DNA, RNA, mutations, gamete quality, DNA repair mechanisms, embryonic development, fertilization, implantation, cleavage, embryonic stem cells, IVF, PDG, Gene regulation, transcriptional control, post-translational modifications, Drosophila, Segmentation, twins, cell cycle, checkpoints, CDK, cyclin, apoptosis, nutrients, epigenetics, progeria, LMNAs, gastrulation, mesoderm differentiation, neurulation, somites, HOX genes, Wnt pathway, Gut development, limb development, sex differentiation, sexual differentiation disorders, heart development, TOF
The summary is perfect to use as preparation for the exam.
MIN04 - Cancer Mechanisms and Immune Defense (Bachelor jaar 3)
(Extended) Summary of MIN04 - Cancer Mechanisms and Immune Defense (Bachelor year 3), including all lectures (with information on imaging techniques, cancer treatments, cancer genomics, medical immunology, cell biology, molecular basis of cancer, immuno-monitoring, pathology, flow cytometry, cancer epidemiology, radiology, and medical image analysis) and a summary of the practical lectures.
Reaction mechanisms of carbonyl and non-carbonyl compounds
A document showing the various different reaction mechanisms that occur when reacting carbonyl and non-carbonyl compounds.
MOB20803 Mechanisms of Development Samenvatting
Uitgebreide samenvatting voor het vak Mechanisms of Development, inclusief tutorials en computerpractica.
Organic Chemistry Reactions & Mechanisms (II)
Quickly learn organic chemistry topics with my concise and visually appealing notes! These notes cover the topic of reactions and reaction mechanisms you will encounter in Organic Chemistry I — substitution, addition, acid-base, oxidation, and reduction reactions. Included in these notes are beautiful digitally-drawn figures, step-by-step mechanisms, definitions, and general steps for solving problems. I earned a 4.0 in organic chemistry and so can you!
Organic Chemistry Reactions & Mechanisms (I)
Quickly learn organic chemistry topics with my concise and visually appealing notes! These notes cover the topic of reactions and reaction mechanisms you will encounter in Organic Chemistry I — mechanism basics, rearrangement, elimination, addition, substitution, oxidation, and acid-base reactions. Included in these notes are beautiful digitally-drawn figures, step-by-step mechanisms, definitions, and general steps for solving problems. I earned a 4.0 in organic chemistry and so can you!
SIGMUND FREUD- DEFENSE MECHANISMS
This document include some of the very famous defense mechanisms given by Sigmund Freud in a very plain and simple English. Defense mechanisms are very important part of the theory of psychoanalysis and crucial to understand basics of psychology.
M1 - Explain mechanisms that can reduce the impact of communication barriers.
This document was part of my Unit 1 assignment, you get what you pay for and nothing more.
Anatomy and physiology P5, M2, D2 assignment title: Homeostatic Mechanisms
P5: explain the concept of homeostasis, M2: discuss the probable homeostatic responses to changes in the internal environment during exercise, D2: evaluate the importance of homeostasis in maintaining the healthy functioning of the body
Stress and disease: Key mechanisms and evidence linking stress to physical illness
Different people respond differently to stress, emotionally, behaviourally and physiologically. It is suggested that some diseases are stress-related if not stress induced. Indeed, there is evidence to link stress with physical illness including cancer, cardiovascular disease (CVD), immuno-supressive-related disease and more. At the same time, it is still the case that although most people face stress, the majority stays disease-free. What will determine whether stress will lead to illness in an individual? Is it one’s genetics, cognitive or emotional vulnerability, gender, personality?
In this article we will discuss the evidence linking stress to illness, the possible mechanisms that mediate this link and will comment on some of the limitations of the studies in the field
Mechanisms of Repair
This is part 5 of a section covering NUCLEIC ACIDS, DNA REPLICATION, MUTAGENESIS & DNA REPAIR The basic overview: Repair
A. Mismatch Repair
B. UV damage
C. Excision Repair