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Free Shipping Free global shipping No minimum order. Neural induction Development and evolution of neurons Early embryology of metazoans Derivation of neural tissue Interactions with neighboring tissues in making neural tissue The molecular nature of the neural inducer Conservation of neural induction Interactions among the ectodermal cells in controlling neuroblast segregation Summary 2.
Polarity and segmentation Regional identity of the nervous system The anterior—posterior axis and hox genes Hox gene function in the vertebrate nervous system Signaling molecules that pattern the anterior—posterior axis in vertebrates: Genesis and migration What determines the number of cells produced by the progenitors?
The generation of neurons and glia Cerebral cortex histogenesis Cerebellar cortex histogenesis Molecular mechanisms of neuronal migration Postembryonic and adult neurogenesis Summary 4. Determination and differentiation Transcriptional hierarchies in invariant lineages: Axon growth and guidance The growth cone The dynamic cytoskeleton Dendrite formation What do growth cones grow on?
What provides directional information to growth cones? Cell adhesion and labeled pathways Repulsive guidance Chemotaxis, gradients, and local information Signal transduction The midline: Attraction and repulsion: Target selection Defasciculation Target recognition and target entry Slowing down and branching in the target region Border patrol: Naturally-occurring neuron death What does neuron death look like?
Early elimination of progenitor cells How many differentiated neurons die? Survival depends on the synaptic target NGF: The p75 neurotrophin receptor can initiate cell death Cytokines act as neuron survival factors Hormonal control of neuron survival Cell death requires protein synthesis Intracellular signaling pathways that mediate survival Intracellular signaling pathways that mediate death Caspases: Synapse formation and function What do newly formed synapses look like?
The first signs of synapse function The decision to form a synapse The sticky synapse Converting growth cones to presynaptic terminals Receptor clustering and postsynaptic differentiation at the NMJ Agrin is a transynaptic clustering signal at the NMJ Receptor clustering signals in the CNS Scaffold proteins and receptor aggregation in the CNS Innervation increases receptor expression and insertion Synaptic activity regulates receptor density Maturation of transmission and receptor isoform transitions Maturation of transmitter reuptake Short-term plasticity Appearance of synaptic inhibition Is inhibition really inhibitory during development?
Summary 9. Refinement of synaptic connections The early pattern of connections Functional synapses are eliminated Many axonal arborizations are eliminated or refined The Sensory Environment Influences Synaptic Connections Activity Influences Synapse Elimination at the NMJ Synapse refinement is reflected in sensory coding properties Activity contributes to topography and the alignment of maps Spontaneous activity and afferent refinement Critical periods: Behavioral development Behavioral ontogeny The first movements are spontaneous The mechanism of spontaneous movements More complex behavior is assembled from the integration of simple circuits The role of activity in the emergence of coordinated behavior Stage-specific behaviors Genetic determinants of behavior Environmental determinants of behavioral development Beginning to make sense of the world Asking babies questions and getting some answers!
Acute hearing Sharp eyesight Sex-specific behavior Genetic sex Hormonal control of brain gender Singing in the brain Genetic control of brain gender in flies From Genome to Brain Gender in Vertebrates? Genomic Imprinting: English Copyright: Powered by. You are connected as. Connect with: