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homology: homologies of the forelimb among vertebrates... I'm pretty sure this is straight from a textbook...

homology: homologies of the forelimb among vertebrates... I'm pretty sure this is straight from a textbook...

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Tool ~ Berlin 2006

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SC Biology J

SC Biology J

Neuroscientists Discover New Phase of Synaptic Development - Students preparing for final exams might want to wait before pulling an all-night cram session — at least as far as their neurons are concerned. Carnegie Mellon University neuroscientists have discovered a new intermediate phase in neuronal development during which repeated exposure to a stimulus shrinks synapses.

Neuroscientists Discover New Phase of Synaptic Development - Students preparing for final exams might want to wait before pulling an all-night cram session — at least as far as their neurons are concerned. Carnegie Mellon University neuroscientists have discovered a new intermediate phase in neuronal development during which repeated exposure to a stimulus shrinks synapses.

From God's Arms, to My Arms, to Yours: Classical Conversations Cycle 1 Week 5 Memory Work

From God's Arms, to My Arms, to Yours: Classical Conversations Cycle 1 Week 5 Memory Work

Diagrams of four types of protozoa. (a) An active ameba. (b) A ciliated protozoan (Balantidium coli), (c), (d), and (e) Three types of flagellated protozoa. (f) Developmental stages of the malarial parasite, a sporozoan (Plasmodium species).

Diagrams of four types of protozoa. (a) An active ameba. (b) A ciliated protozoan (Balantidium coli), (c), (d), and (e) Three types of flagellated protozoa. (f) Developmental stages of the malarial parasite, a sporozoan (Plasmodium species).