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Epigenesis and Maturation

Makeup of the individual interacting with the environment. Biologists applied the term epigenesis to the progressive sequence by which the genetic substrate of an organism is expressed in physical structure and function. Epigenesis does not stop at birth, but, coupled with the experiences of the individual in a sociocultural context, continues to affect development throughout the individual's lifetime.

Jeffrey L Salisbury Introduction

Aneuploidy and chromosomal instability (CIN) are defining features of most aggressive breast cancers (BC). One consequence of CIN is a constantly changing genetic makeup of cancer cells - this in turn is a major driving force behind cancer cell heterogeneity, tumor progression, and acquisition of resistance to chemotherapeutics. How CIN arises in cancer and the mechanisms underlying this process have become a topical focus of cancer research. Yet it was nearly a century ago that Theodor Boveri first recognized that aneuploidy in cancer cells could arise through defects in the machinery for chromosomal segregation (1). Based on observations of abnormal chromosomal segregation in early sea urchin embryo development following dispermic fertilization and similarities to chromosomal anomalies seen in cancer, Boveri proposed that malignant tumors arise through centrosome defects that result in improper cell division (1). At about this same time, Galeotti came to a similar conclusion from...

Human factors in functional neuroimaging

RF artifacts can also be caused by improper shielding of electrical cables running through the wall from the control room into the scanner room, and even by the use of hair products and makeup that contain ferrous material (not uncommon ). The closer a metallic object is to the patient's head, the greater the potential for artifacts. Jewelry, watches, and credit cards should never be taken into the MR environment (electronics are likely to be destroyed). Small metallic objects far from the participant's head, such as buttons on jeans, haven't presented a problem in our experience.

Phenotyping And Genotyping Strategies For Association Testing

Wether the phenotype of interest has a binary or quantitative phenotype is also of interest for the association study design. When a binary trait is being investigated, case-control type populations are required for association analysis, where equivalent sized sub-populations of individuals that display the phenotype of interest (cases) and do not display the phenotype of interest (controls) are querried for allelic association of genetic loci with the case and control phenotypes in a statistically significant manner. The statistical test performed is simply a hypothesis test, that asks weather or not the allelic frequency distribution of a locus is the same or different for a given locus between the two sub-populations. Bulk Segregant Analysis (BSA) type (Michelmore et al. 1991) bulked sample genotype screening methods for all the available marker loci may facilitate the candidate gene and association discovery, for binary traits (Shaw et al. 1998). The challange of case-control type...

Personality Development and Disorders

Personality is the sum total of all the qualities, traits, and behaviors that characterize a person's individuality and by which, together with his or her physical attributes, the person is recognized as unique. As witnessed by the persistence of temperament or psychological reaction patterns from birth to adulthood, heredity plays an important role in shaping personality Active, outgoing children and passive, inhibited children tend to retain those same characteristics in adulthood. This does not mean that the roles of environment and experience are not as important as heredity in shaping personality. The society and culture into which a child is born interact with his or her genetic predispositions in determining the kind of person the child becomes, that is, how those predispositions are molded and expressed. Like the cognitive abilities discussed in Chapter 4 and, in fact, all human characteristics, personality is the product of the dynamic interaction between genetic makeup and...

Stress and Personality

Reactions to stressful situations are a function not only of the severity of the event but also of the physical and psychological makeup of the affected individual. In a longitudinal study of men who had been psychologically examined as college students, those who were diagnosed as poorly adjusted were much more likely to become seriously ill and die in middle adulthood than those who had been diagnosed as well adjusted (Valliant, 1979). These findings led Valliant to conclude that personality adjustment in young adulthood influences a person's physical health in midlife. Good adjustment and positive mental health appear to slow the physical decline that begins in midlife, whereas poor adjustment hastens it.

Chromatographic Methods 3221 History

Early attempts to address one or both of these questions utilized TLC (Chiesa et al., 1973 Fowler et al., 1979 K.D. Parker et al., 1968 Tewari and Sharma, 1983 Tewari et al., 1974). Overpressured-layer chromatography has also been used (Oroszlan et al., 1987). Gas-liquid chromatography (GLC) using packed columns offered increased resolution and discrimination (Toffoli et al., 1966 Manno et al., 1974), and combination with mass spectrometry afforded positive identification of constituents (Vree et al., 1972). Differentiation of Cannabis of different origins by plotting of peak areas of CBD vs. CBN plus THC was first proposed by T.W.M. Davis et al. (1963). Small et al. (1975) and Small and Beck-stead (1973b) used plots of THC vs. CBD to assign phenotypes. As awareness of coelution of CBD and cannabichromene (CBC) grew, comparison of THC to CBD + CBC was used by some investigators (Rowan and Fairbairn, 1977). However, it became apparent that the interpretation of analytical results and...

Nonhuman Primate Models Old World Monkeys

Nonhuman primates (NHP) are classified as Old World monkeys, New World monkeys, and Great Apes. The Old World monkeys (OWM) are most commonly used in biomedical research, and, of these, the Asian macaques and the baboons of Africa are most frequently used. OWMs have a genetic makeup approximately 92.5 to 95 similar to humans and undergo similar reproductive processes as humans. The NHP reproductive cycle is approximately 28 to 30 days, with a follicular, prolif-erative, and luteal phase that results in a hormonal milieu similar to that in humans (Hendrickx et al., 1995) (see Figure 43.2). Additionally, in aging OWMs, as in humans, a decrease in fertility and changes in HPG hormone levels are accompanied by the onset of irregular menstrual cycles and finally, cessation of menses. However, OWMs spend a much shorter period (15-23 ) of their

Evolution and systematics

The taxonomy of these four families is under dispute, and several studies are under way to iron out the relationships. In fact, some taxonomists feel the scarids and odacids, which are believed to have evolved from labrids, should actually be listed as subfamilies within Labridae. Other researchers have focused their work on the evolutionary relationships among genera within families. As the genetic makeup of individual species becomes a more prominent tool in defining evolutionary relationships, there is little doubt that some shaking looms ahead for these branches of the tree of life.

Water Availability The Concept

Broadly speaking, three main states of water can be identified in a hygroscopic material (a) constitutive water water that is chemically linked to the substrate material and forms part of its structural makeup, (b) adsorbed water, which is closely linked with the substrate surface by physical interactions, and (c) absorbed water, which is loosely associated with the substrate surface (Pixton 1967). In practice, probably there is no clear demarcation between these different states the relative proportions of each type will depend on the overall moisture content of the material. The absorbed water fraction will become more weakly bound as further layers of water molecules accumulate on the surfaces (i.e., as the substrate becomes wetter). It is the loosely held water that provides the free or available water, since it is the fraction that is most readily available for microbial growth, although its overall availability will be influenced by the presence of solutes. The...

Products Available

Two commercial forms of the herb are available. White ginseng consists of the dried root and red ginseng is prepared by steaming the fresh, unpeeled root before drying (9). Many different formulations of the herb are available including capsules, gelcaps, powders, tinctures, teas, slices to eat in salads, and whole root to chew. There are also a wide variety of products that claim to contain ginseng such as ginseng cigarettes, toothpaste, cosmetics, soaps, beverages (including beer), candy, baby food, gum, candy bars, and coffee. Prices vary widely based on the quantity and quality of the ginseng root used (10). Tinctures are more expensive but last for years. Powder capsules are cheaper but have a shelf-life of only 1 year (11).

Early Gene Enzyme Associations

Geneticists ridiculed Bateson's presence and absence theory for leading to absurd evolutionary conclusions if gene mutations were a principal source of evolutionary change, and most mutations were recessive lacking some factor that the dominant had, then evolution must proceed by the loss of genetic elements. And if evolution proceeded by loss of genes, then simpler organisms such as worms or microbes would have a more complex genetic makeup than humans.15

Dermatological Effects

Oil of bergamot (C. aurantium spp. bergamia) was a relatively frequent cause of dermatitis prior to the banning of this aromatic substance from cosmetics (37). The phenomena of Berloque dermatitis has been extensively reviewed (38,39) and is thought to be caused mainly by the furocoumarin bergapten (5-methoxypsoralen) (40-42). This photomutagenic and photocarcinogenic substance has been largely removed from the cosmetic

Allergy and Dermatitis

Contact allergy to chemicals used in ear drops is the most common type of dermatologic otitis externa. Hairsprays, dyes, and cosmetics can also result in an eczematoid and draining otorrhea. If the source of external canal weeping is not obvious, routine patch testing is strongly suggested (20). The autoeczematization (ID) reaction, which is an autoimmune reaction that may involve only the external auditory canal, has been recorded for over 70 years in the otolaryngology literature. Recent studies confirm that this is due to a local reaction to distant fungus infections, most commonly dermatophytid in the feet and inguinal area. Control of the primary fungal infection with prolonged antifungal systemic treatment will nearly always control the ear reaction (21,22). There are other less-common dermatologic conditions that may focus on the ear. Atopic dermatitis, which has recently been found to result from a superantigen reaction to Staphylococcus aureus exotoxin, has been implicated in...

Acyl Transfer Reactions

Pichia Farinosa

Between N-acetyl-L-(amino acid)-2-chloroethyl esters and amides of L or D amino acids (78). This reaction can be utilized in the production of optically active amides by taking advantage of the regio- and stereo-specificity of the enzyme (79). Using hydroxyacid esters, bifunctional molecules containing both a methyl ester and an OH group as substrates, lipases can catalyze intermolecular or intramolecular condensation to give corresponding oligomers or lactones as the product (80, 81). The preference for oligomerization or lactonization depends on the chain length and degree of substitution of the substrate. This reaction has been exploited for the synthesis of optically active y-substituted lactones from symmetrical hydroxy-carboxylic acid esters (82). Lipases have been used in the regioselective acylation of sugars, the process of which can rarely be effectively performed in organic synthesis and often requires multisteps of protection and deprotection of the various hydroxyl...

Words to Know

Crustaceans, mollusks, segmented worms, and their relatives are incredibly different from each other. They differ in the shapes and makeup of their bodies, methods of reproduction and development, and in the ways they go about their lives. But they are related to one another based on a set of unique characteristics or features that they all have in common.

Sexual reproduction

In most cases, the DNA copy is not exact, so that the genetic makeup of the newly formed offspring differs from that of its parent. This programmed variability is accomplished primarily by sexual reproduction. The genetic process that defines sexual reproduction occurs only during a very brief specialized phase of cell division, and only within cells belonging to the germ cell line. A germ cell is defined as a cell belonging to a cellular lineage that, at some point, will deviate from normal cell division (i.e., mitosis, which results in exact duplicate copies of DNA) to engage in meiosis. Meio-sis is often known as reductional division, because it results in reducing the number of chromosomes by half in preparation for an exchange with the complementary chromosome of a mating partner that restores the full set. The most important aspect of meiosis, however, occurs long before this reduction of chromosome number, which occurs late in meio-sis. Early in meiosis, gene segments are...

Older Than Dinosaurs

Arthropods were swimming in lakes, crawling on land, and flying through the air long before dinosaurs. In fact, millipedes are one of the oldest land animals on Earth and have been around for about four hundred million years. Insects are more than 380 million years old. Scientists know this by studying their fossils (FAH-suhls), or remains of animals that lived long ago, usually found set into rock or earth. Scientists who study fossils are called paleontologists (PAY-li-un-TA-luh-jists). Paleontologists study fossils to understand how life has developed and changed over time. The location and chemical makeup of fossils helps paleontologists to determine their age. By studying fossils scientists know that some groups of organisms, such as horseshoe crabs, millipedes, silverfish, and cockroaches, have changed very little over millions of years. The process of organisms changing over time is called evolution (EH-vuh-LU-shun). Organisms must adapt in form and behavior to survive in an...

Summary

Age changes in appearance and physical functioning in adulthood are inevitable, but they occur at different rates in different individuals and species. The effects of these changes on the self-concept also vary from person to person. Greying hair, wrinkles, and other signs of old age are obviously of greater concern to individuals for whom a youthful appearance is more important for occupational success and social prestige. Physical appearance, of course, is not the exclusive concern of aging women, though the cosmetics industry and purveyors of other treatments for aging skin and bodies focus principally on the female sex.

Mate choice

Mete provides half of the genetic material of the offspring, the choice of mate has direct implications on the resulting genotype (genetic makeup) of the offspring. For this reason, animals do not mate randomly and instead choose mates. Mate choice is among the most important pressures affecting the evolution of species because failure to be able to select a good mate results in poor offspring quality (offspring that may be less adept to survive or reproduce), or worse yet, no offspring. Animals that fail to reproduce disappear from the gene pool, so mate choice is a critical factor.

Future trends

Nutritional science has made enormous strides in the past few decades and has particularly benefited from a molecular approach combined with the use of specific animal models with well-defined genetic characteristics. The design of functional foods that go beyond basic nutritional needs and attempt to improve and optimize human health is now a realistic goal. Just as pharmaceuticals of the future will benefit from knowing a subject's genetic background (i.e. pharmacogenetics), it is likely that optimizing an individual's diet must also take into account possible genetic factors (i.e. nutrigenomics). The new science of nutrigenomics will provide a molecular basis for understanding how an individual's diet could be changed, depending upon their specific genetic makeup, to optimize their long-term health status.

Stem cells

All mature circulating blood cells originate from the same stem cells in the bone marrow. The pool of pluripotential ('master' or 'most senior') stem cells makeup less than 0.05 of the bone marrow mass and divides only about every 5 days. Yet with genetic pre-programming and appropriate stimulation with growth factors, these undifferentiated cells undergo differentiation through a series of cell divisions to form more committed stem cells. Committed stem cells are also called colony-forming units (CFUs) or colony-forming cells (CFCs). These CFUs differentiate further through a series of cell divisions to bring forth nine different fully functional and mature blood cells that is, red cells, platelets, neutrophils, monocytes, eosinophils, basophils, B-lymphocytes, T-lymphocytes and NK cells. The lifespan of mature blood cells is variable, but brief that is, 6h for granulocytes, 10 days for platelets, 4 months for red blood cells and months to years for lymphocytes. It is calculated that...

The red blood cell

Red blood cells makeup 99 of the circulating cell mass. The normal venous haematocrit in men is 45 and in women 41 . The sole function of the red blood cell is to transport O2. During the 1-2 s pass through capillary vessels, red blood cells (7-8 m) have to deform and squeeze through 5 m spaces in single file. This tight fit enhances gas exchange with the surrounding tissue cells. In circulation red blood cells form stacks or rouleaux, held together by large plasma proteins such as fibrinogen. At maturity red cells are cleared from the circulation by tissue macrophages, particularly those lining the sinuses of the liver, spleen and bone marrow. In the macrophage the cell membrane is rapidly degraded, the globin chains split into their constituent amino acids and the haem molecule split into its porphyrin ring and iron. The porphyrin ring is catabolized to bilirubin which is released into the circulation for recycling by the liver, and the iron molecule is transferred to transferrin...

Mental Disorders

Severe, unremitting stress does not invariably lead to a mental disorder, but when combined with a particular biological and experiential predisposition, it is quite possible for stress to precipitate a disorder. As with all personality and behavioral patterns, most mental disorders are the results of interactions between the hereditary makeup of the individual and the physical and psychological environment. Among the biological factors that contribute to mental disorders are cerebral trauma, neurochemical imbalances, and maturational differences. Other significant predisposing factors include psychosocial and socioeconomic variables such as child-rearing practices, family stability, poverty, and discrimination.

Evolution

Single gene studies had already hinted at the presence of genes in the E. histolytica genome that had been acquired from bacteria by LGT (Field et al. 2000 Nixon et al. 2002). Some, but not all, of these were also present in other anaerobic eukar-yotes, primarily Giardia and Trichomonas. With the full complement of E. histolytica genes available it became possible to evaluate the contribution of such genes to the genetic makeup of the organism. A conservative search for examples of prokaryote to eukaryote LGT estimated that 96 genes had been acquired specifically by the Entamoeba lineage after its divergence from other known eukaryotes (Loftus et al. 2005). This number represents 1 of all genes identified. It is important to note that it excludes a number of previously described examples of LGT in E. histolytica as those genes are also found in Giardia and or Trichomonas. To place this in context, only 18 examples of LGT were detected in the Dictyostelium genome, less than 0.15 of the...

Anders Westanmo

Citrus aurantium has enjoyed a rich history of uses in food, cosmetics, and medicine. Recent misuse of this product for weight loss, however, is threatening to tarnish the holistic reputation of this fruit. Manufacturers are isolating and concentrating the synephrine content from the 0.33 mg g contained in the pulp of whole fruit to 20 mg g in some dietary supplements, and over 100-fold increase to 35 mg g in extracts. With the known cardiovascular effects of synephrine, this may be creating a potentially dangerous or abuseable supplement out of what people once safely enjoyed. The use of C. aurantium for weight loss has little support in the literature, but this has not stopped producers from marketing the drug for this purpose since the void left after the ban of ephedra. The increased frequency in which case reports of toxicity have emerged since this product has started being used for weight loss should serve as a cautionary note for more vigilant monitoring of safety.

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