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  1. Cell nucleus (3211 bytes)
    1: ...ll biology]], the '''nucleus''' (from [[Latin]] ''nucleus'' or ''nuculeus'', kernel) is an [[organelle]], f...
    3: The nucleus, being the largest [[organelle]] (in some cases n...
    4: ... in cytoplasm from reactions happening within the nucleus. The outer membrane is continuous with the [[roug...
    6: [[image:nucleus_ER.png]] <br>
    7: Drawing of nucleus and the [[endoplasmic reticulum]].<br>
  2. Caudate nucleus (1179 bytes)
    2: ...us''' is a telencephalic [[nucleus (neuroanatomy)|nucleus]], one of the input nuclei of the [[basal ganglia...
    4: There is a caudate nucleus on each side of the brain, each a C-shaped struct...
    6: ...will also cross the body (or head) of the caudate nucleus.
    8: ...structures. It is separated from the [[lenticular nucleus]] (a structure which includes the [[putamen]]) by...

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  1. Maria Goeppert-Mayer (4176 bytes)
    7: ...against the received wisdom of the time, that the nucleus is like a series of closed shells and pairs of ne...
    9: ... room, each pair both twirling and circling. But only some of those that go counterclockwise are twirl...
  2. Brain (22060 bytes)
    5: ... The [[human brain]] is particularly complex and enlarged.
    16: ...rol, memory, and thinking abilities. Currently, only the symptoms of these diseases can be treated, b...
    41: ...tomy and [[protein]] expression patterns but can only be done after the human or animal is dead.
    48: ... A possible origin of this myth is the fact that only about 10% of the [[neurons]] in the brain are fi...
    52: ...sis can lead to perfect recall of details.'' Not only is this not entirely true, an incompetent or dec...
  3. Basal ganglia (4800 bytes)
    4: ...split into [[putamen]], [[caudate nucleus]] and [[nucleus accumbens]], and the [[substantia nigra]] is gene...
    8: ...show the basal ganglia as the smaller subthalamic nucleus and substantia nigra lie deeper back in the brain...
    9: ...obus pallidus external segment, (STN) subthalamic nucleus, (SN) substantia nigra.
    25: ...bus pallidus (GPe), from there to the subthalamic nucleus (STN) and finally to the basal ganglia output nuc...
    45: ...s]] in [[primates]] is called the entopenduncular nucleus in [[rodents]].
  4. Mandible (13717 bytes)
    32: * a wedge-shaped nucleus in the condyloid process and extending downward t...
  5. Pineal gland (4403 bytes)
    11: The pineal gland consists mainly of [[pinealocyte]]s, but four other cell types h...
    17: ...t. Light can be detected by the [[suprachiasmatic nucleus]] (SCN) which has direct connections to the retin...
    19: ...ds are believed to act like the [[suprachiasmatic nucleus]] in mammals.
  6. Epithelium (4397 bytes)
    15: ... width is the same size as its height. The [[cell nucleus|nuclei]] of these cells are usually located in th...
    16: ...f cells that are longer than they are wide. The [[nucleus]] is also closer to the base of the cell. The [[...
    20: ...superficial layer is used to classify the layer. Only one layer touches the [[basal lamina]]. Stratifi...
    21: ...(pseudostratified columnar epithelium). There is only a single layer of cells, but the position of the...
    22: ...racted: if distended, it appears as if there are only a few layers; when contracted, it appears as if ...
  7. Chromosome (12667 bytes)
    2: ...d called [[metaphasic]] chromosomes. This is the only natural context in which individual chromosomes ...
    5: ...ltiple linear chromosomes contained in the cell's nucleus. Each chromosome has one [[centromere]], with one...
    19: ...ar functions are often kept close together in the nucleus, even if they are far apart on the chromosome. Th...
    122: ...tive cells) which are [[haploid]] [n] (they have only one set of chromosomes). Gametes are produced by...
    185: ...l number of [[unclonable]] gaps. [http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/genome/seq/]
  8. Flowering plant (29088 bytes)
    16: ...]. Its use with any approach to its modern scope only became possible after [[Robert Brown]] had estab...
    27: ... how the flowering plants should be arranged has only recently begun to emerge, through the work of th...
    29: ...dicots and monocots for short). This is based mainly on the number of [[cotyledon]]s or embryonic lea...
    44: In the list above (showing only the 8 largest families), the Orchidaceae, Poacea...
    47: ...m and the stem once formed increases in diameter only in exceptional cases.
  9. Pollen (5420 bytes)
    5: ... (see photomicrograph at right). Most, but certainly not all, are spherical. Pollen grains of pines, ...
    9: ...passed into the tube, as does also the generative nucleus which divides to form two male- or sperm-cells. T...
    15: ... Since this pollen does not become airborne, the only way to get goldenrod pollen on the nasal passage...
  10. Beekeeping (6363 bytes)
    24: *Sideliners &mdash; have other income but [[moonlight]] as "beekeepers" for extra money.
    25: *Commercial &mdash; beekeeping is their only source of income.
    31: ...ring build-up. Many make "nucs" (small starter or nucleus colonies) for sale or replenishment of their own ...
    47: ...his the production of honey in a top bar hive is only about 20% that of a Langstroth hive, but the ini...
  11. Chemistry (12553 bytes)
    33: ...electron]]s to balance the positive charge in the nucleus.
    38: ...ame number of [[proton]]s in the [[atomic nucleus|nucleus]]. This number is known as the [[atomic number]] ...
    42: ...es brought about by the number of neutrons in the nucleus of otherwise "same" elements.
    80: ...oundly [[intuitive|non-intuitive]]. In practice, only the simplest chemical systems may realistically ...
  12. Comet (30542 bytes)
    9: ... While the solid body of the comet (called the ''nucleus'') is generally less than 50km across, the coma m...
    11: ...ugh the inner solar system, the dust reflecting sunlight directly and the gases glowing due to [[ion|i...
    15: ...vered that [[Comet Borrelly]]'s surface reflects only 2.4% to 3% of the light that falls on it; by com...
    17: ...-rays and far ultraviolet photons [http://www.kvi.nl/~bodewits].
    29: ... their discoverers, but comets that had appeared only once continued to be referred by the year of the...
  13. Castle (27805 bytes)
    8: Castles were built not only as a defensive measure, and offensive weapon, bu...
    46: ...ayeux Tapestry]], and was then familiar on the mainland of western [[Europe]].
    52: ...where they found a natural rock stronghold which only needed adaptation, as at Clifford, Ludlow, the P...
    55: ...of which defied the [[battering ram]], and could only be undermined at the cost of much time and labou...
    59: ...ame merely the last refuge of the garrison, used only when all else had been captured. Indeed the keep...
  14. Plant (13010 bytes)
    40: ...peared during the early [[Palaeozoic]]. They can only survive in moist environments, and remain small ...
    56: ...[mushroom]]s are the most familiar, are actually only the reproductive structures of fungi. They are n...
    65: ...ns as individuals, but their populations are commonly seasonal. Other plants may be organized accordin...
  15. Algae (8082 bytes)
    6: ...ce [[oxygen]] as a by-product of photosynthesis, unlike other, non-cyanobacterial photosynthetic bacte...
    23: ...as been suggested that the euglenid chloroplasts only have three membranes because they were acquired ...
  16. Protozoa (1279 bytes)
    1: ...e-[[cell (biology)|celled]] creatures with [[cell nucleus|nuclei]] that show some characteristics usually a...
  17. Cell biology (3658 bytes)
    33: *[[Cell nucleus|Nucleus]]
  18. Cell (biology) (28190 bytes)
    21: ...nal structures of eukaryotic cells, including the nucleus (''light blue''), the nucleolus (''intermediate b...
    27: ...' cells are structurally simple. They are found only in single-celled and [[Colony (biology)|colonial...
    32: ...rganelle]]s: (1) [[nucleolus]] (2) [[cell nucleus|nucleus]] (3) [[ribosome]] (4) [[vesicle (biology)|vesicl...
    49: ...les contained in it. The term ''cytosol'' refers only to the fluid itself.
    51: ...process called ''[[cytoplasmic streaming]]''. The nucleus often flows with the cytoplasm, changing its shap...
  19. Ribosome (4897 bytes)
    19: ...ugh [[endoplasmic reticulum]] (in [[eukaryote]]s only) for the time of synthesis. They insert the fres...
  20. Golgi apparatus (4223 bytes)
    7: ...[endoplasmic reticulum]] and Golgi apparatus: (1) Nucleus, (2) Nuclear pore, (3) Rough endoplasmic reticulu...

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