In the science of genetics, epigenetics is the study of cellular and physiological
phenotypic trait ... Epigenesis in the context of biology refers to the differentiation
of cells from their initial...
E) epigenetic. Answer: C Topic: Concept 18.4 Skill: Knowledge/Comprehension
59) Differentiation of cells is not easily reversible because it involves A) changes
Aug 8, 2016 ... The final stage of differentiation often involves the formation of ... Terminal
differentiation occurs not only in embryonic development ... Such lateral inhibition
systems work because cells in a population are never quite identical to begin
with. ..... of electron microscopy, they could be grown easily and rapidly.
May 18, 2012 ... That differentiated cells are not irreversibly locked in their mature identity .....
However, differentiated states may in principle be stable because .... key factors,
the overall differentiated state is not easily perturbed. ..... Lymphatic endothelial
cell identity is reversible and its maintenance requires Prox1 act...
down unneeded genes in a given cell lineage so that they do not need active
consideration ... Under active control, an easily reversible regulatory decision
would be made for each gene ... an active mechanism of gene regulation,
because they show that tissue ..... Another cellular memory mechanism involves
auto catalytic ...
Aug 16, 2013 ... The genomic dna of a cell is not homogeneously organized by the chromatin,
some ... gene in pancreatic islet cells, so in both cases easily reversible
expression changes) .... Factors mainly controlling gene expression mainly
involve ... In the differentiated cells, transcription factors then transduce signals to
The first offspring to develop from a differentiated cell were born after nuclear ...
from an adult cell confirms that differentiation of that cell did not involve the ... This
may be because factors that bring about reprogramming of gene .... The
developmental process in animals does not usually permit cloning as easily as in
Because cell mediated immunity is involved, the condition appears to depend ...
This condition often involves the largest sensory nerve fibers as well. ....
inflammatory condition) can produce reversible optic neuritis and other CNS
signs. ... of MS is easily observed but not easily differentiated from vascular
lesions, gliotic .....
Wnt/Notum signaling tunes numbers of differentiated brain cells in regenerative ...
an extreme capacity for growth control that allows reversible alteration of body
and organ ... The relationships between epimorphosis and tissue remodeling are
not fully ... because it undergoes prominent and easily identifiable changes in cell
events leading up to the formation of neuroepithelial cells involve inductive
events ... differentiated neural cell types, producing neurons first, and glia at later
stages. ... but because of functional redundancy it is not straightforward
experimentally ... plastic and easily reversible particularly in culture, and terminal