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Embryology, Histology & Anatomy Notes

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  • This product contains 11 documents
  • Approximately 37 pages


  • Grade: 1st Class
  • Institution: Oxford University (unaffiliated)
  • Country: United Kingdom
  • Level: Undergraduate

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This set includes lengthy, detailed tutorial essays on the following subjects:
-what is a stem cell?
-To what extent is cell polarity an essential and unique component of epithelial cells?
-How do we know that dystrophin is a critical protein in muscle cells and what do we understand of its function in these cells? (revelant to Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy)
-To what extent is the development of the kidney an ideal model to study epithelial-mesenchyme interactions? (includes an informative description of kidney development)
-Principles in the organization of the endocrine system, including the thyroid and adrenal glands.
- What are the distinctions between germ cells, stem cells and somatic cells? Compare and contrast testicular and ovarian development, structure and function.
-Development of the Heart and Regulation of Heart Symmetry.
-What do we currently know of the molecular control of limb development, and what remain the major gaps in our present understanding of this process?
-Comparison of the cellular structure, function and immunity specialisations of the respiratory and gastrointestinal tracts.
-Cell Biology of the Vascular System.

All but two are thoroughly referenced. I answer the questions with experimental evidence and clinical examples and compare/contrast or argue points in topical paragraphs. The embryology essays in particular are very informative and well-written; I chose to answer embryology questions in my exam, in which I was awarded a Merit. A bit of endocrinology is also covered in some detailed bullet-point notes on the causes and treatments of infertility, which were drafted to evaluate the pros and cons of current treatments and new experimental treatments.

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