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GROUP PROJECT ANALYSIS

Group 9 review

1. Peer Review- Group 9

The group significantly has express the functional classification of the nucleus and it specific charactertics, the history has describe the topic well, as it explain the overall histological development of the nucleus , depicting the basis of the topic which contribute to additionally to the topic, the topic is related in detail which reviewed in each component under each subheading, the structure and function has been explained well, which analyses the topic in a good way. The diagrams upload have been related to the topic , relating the topic as the review is able to understand the structural component through the diagrams. The glossary is extremely useful as it depict specific undefined term that the individuals don’t understand, so that component of your project was useful to some extent. The linkage to the individual projects has been significantly included in a relevant way in the topic of the nucleus which is great. A variety of resources and references were include to backup the nucleus topic which was extremely relevant. The drawn image by and individual member from the group, which I was unable to find need to included (sorry if I was unable to find it .....May it might be there, I could see it) overall the topic of the nucleus was summarised to a great extent.

2. Peer Review- Group 1

The group has depicted the functional classification of the meiosis and it related charactertics, the historical background has illustrated the topic , as it analysis the overall histological development of the meiosis , depicting the basis of the topic which contribute to additionally to the topic, the topic is related in detail which reviewed in each component under each subheading, the structure and function has been explained well, which analyses the topic in a good way. The links have basically summarized the resources used by specific section which is great. The diagram and figures have been linked and associated with the topic , connecting the topic as the reviewer is able to appreciate the structural component through the pictures. The vocabulary is particularly helpful as it represent precise undefined term that the students don’t understand, so that parts of your project was useful to some extent. The linkage to the individual projects has been significantly included in a relevant way in the topic of the meiosis which is great. A diversity of resources and references were include to backup the nucleus topic which was extremely relevant. The drawn image by and individual member from the group, which I was unable to find need to included (sorry if I was unable to find it .....May it might be there, I could see it) overall the topic of the meiosis was summarised to a great extent. The disadvantages of the project are there should be more subheadings to condense the information, but otherwise good job.

PEER REVIEW (INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS):

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Overall, a lot of good information covered on topic SYNC1 but it lacks referencing, there is some repetition and language occassionally unclear. Pictures not referred to and would benefit from subheadings and better breakdown.

b) Great work, your information provides a good understanding of the topic. I would suggest making your sentences shorter to the content easier to follow. Along with that, use of more commas or something to break down your sentences as a lot of your sentences are just too long. I like the glossary of terms that you have added to your page. Breaking down the information into more subheadings will benefit you too

C) Very well structured, ie. introduction, structure, function, current research. Points form makes it concise and scientific. In terms of layout, the page is easy to read. In addition, the information provided regarding to SYNC1 is comprehensive. However, you might consider name the first section, eg, "Overview of SYNC1 protein" as well as the section relating muscle disease ie. "syncoilin in relation to muscle disease" call it eg. "Abnormality of syncoilin protein. Just to give the reader a general idea regarding what aspect of the protein. It's good to link individual topic to group project, ie. "Role of syncoilin protein in skeletal muscle". Furthermore, you might like to consider additional references to you page. Also, condense sentences. Overall, i would rate this a well deigned page.

D) I am slightly concerned - it appears you have taken confocal images from published data, modified them slightly and assumed they are now your domain of intellectual property and thus the source is not mentioned. This is not the case... I apologise if I am mistaken. Editing it required in this area and referencing to smooth-out and make clear where your project ends and the intellectual property of others begins. --Peter Kehoe 23:05, 21 May 2009 (EST)


ATTENTION DR HILL. IMAGE LABELLED : Syncoilin protein is a 64 kDa Dinsdale, D., Lee, J. C., Dewson, G., Cohen, G. M. and Peter, M. E. (2004) Intermediate Filaments Control the Intracellular Distribution of Caspases During Apoptosis. Am. J. Pathol. 164,395–407. IS TO BE REMOVED DUE TO COPYRIGHT LAWS, I AM UNABLE TO DO THAT, thankyou.

ALL LECTURE NOTE QUESTION MATERIAL HAS BEEN POSTED ON DISCCUSSION PAGE DUE TO INDIVIDUAL PROJECT HAS TAKEN UP INDIVIDUAL PAGE (z3295026)--Joe Nassif 08:39, 14 May 2009 (EST)

Lecture 10 - What is the name of the epidermal layer between the basal and granulosa layer and how does it relate to intermediate filaments?

Look at information on the histology of the epidermis, the layer that I want has lots of desmosomes and that is how it relates to the lecture content.

--Mark Hill 18:40, 19 March 2009 (EST)Thank you for your feedback. It is interesting that you say it "packages genes" as DNA does occupy specific nuclear territories, but the packaging into chromosomes only occurs just prior to when the nucleus is about to breakdown for cell division. So they are never really "packaged" as chromosomes within an intact nucleus.

CELL BIOLOGY -Lecture questions

Lecture 15 - Cell Cycle - What does "S" stand for in the S phase

S Phase To produce two similar daughter cells, the complete DNA instructions in the cell must be duplicated. DNA replication occurs during this S (synthesis) phase.




Lecture 14 - Confocal Microscopy - What are the 2 main forms of generating confocal microscopy?

1.Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy

2.Spinning Disc Confocal Microscopy






Joe Nassif 11:21, 2 April 2009 (EST)


== Lecture 10 - What is the name of the epidermal layer between the basal and granulosa layer and how does it relate to intermediate filaments? ==

STRATUM SPINOSUM -This is the middle ("spiny") layer of the epidermis. These cells are always actively dividing





Lecture 8 - Adhesion - What do the different "CAM" acronyms stand for?

What is assiocated with(N-CAM) N-CAM, Ng-CAM L-CAM, I-CAM?

E-cadherins -(epithelial cells)

N-cadherins -(nerve and muscle)

P-cadherins -(placenta and epithelial)

1. Neural cell adhesion molecule N-CAM (neural cell adhesion molecule)-found in skeletal muscle cells and NK cells

2. Liver cell adhesion molecule L-CAM,(which utilizes calcium to allow cell to cell adhesion)

3. Neuron-glia adhesion molecule, Ng-CAM, which appears on postmitotic neurons.

4. I-cam is an intercellular adhesion molecule and is expressed intramembranously in leukocytes and endothelial cells at low concentration. However when cytokine signals are detected, the expression of these adhesion molecules will increase dramatically.

Lab 6 - "If you've seen differences in the distribution of phenotypes in Tm4 over-expressing B35 cells versus control B35 cells, describe these differences. Formulate a hypothesis with regards to what changes on the molecular level may have occurred due to the over-expression of Tm4 that lead to morphological changes that you have observed"

Genotype A - overexpression of Tm4 The cells with Genotype A have differentiated to have multiple processes. It is highly branched and the number of processes range from 3 to 6. Genotype B - control. The cells with Genotype B have differentiated into having 2 stringed, very thin processes. The two processes are extending opposite to each other.


SOURCE: "http://cellbiology.med.unsw.edu.au/cellbiology/index.php?title=3186582"

Lecture 7 - Mitochondria - What types of cellular processes require lots of energy from the mitochondria?

The mitochondria present within the sperm produces energy in the form of a chemical recognised as Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP).The high amounts of glucose can be explained since glucose is used by the mitochondria to produce ATP. Therefore, the more glucose present in the cell, the more ATP can be produced by the mitochondria, therefore the sperm can swim longer distances, increasing it chances of reproduction. Mitochondria in sperm cells are in the middle section of the flagella providing energy to operate the tail of the sperm which delivers haploid chromosomes numbers to the egg, there resulting in offspring development.


Joe Nassif 11:21, 2 April 2009 (EST)

Lecture 5 - Exocytosis - What concept about exocytosis did you find difficult to understand?

What specific organisms or species do undergo this specific process of exocytosis and why do they differ from each organism?

ANSWER?..............



Joe Nassif 11:21, 2 April 2009 (EST)

1. Lecture 4 - Nucleus - What did you find interesting and did not know about the nucleus?

The cell nucleus is an important organelle compartment as it significantly packages genes and their controlling aspects. This essential compartment is responsible in the following functions?

1. Storage of genetic information on chromosomes.

2. Organization of genes into chromosomes to allow successful cellular division.

3. Transportation of regulatory factors and genetic products through the nuclear pores which are secreted.

4. Distrubute signals (mRNA) that genetic code for specfic proteins.

5. Produce ribosomes products in the nucleolus.

9. Systematize the uncoiling of DNA to replicate specfic genes.



Joe Nassif 11:21, 2 April 2009 (EST)