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--User z3187155 [Dave] That sounds like a pretty good way to break it all up Grace. I was looking for a few journal articles the other day for the cell division, and there looked to be a fair few proteins being used in the process, so that helps a bit. I'll keep looking for more info.
 
--User z3187155 [Dave] That sounds like a pretty good way to break it all up Grace. I was looking for a few journal articles the other day for the cell division, and there looked to be a fair few proteins being used in the process, so that helps a bit. I'll keep looking for more info.
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I think that's a great way of sharing the work load Grace. See you all in lab soon, we'll talk more then.

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--User Z3187492|Grace Lui 12:12, 21 March 2009 (EST) hey guys, soo.. was thinking, possible way to split up our topic can be..

  1. types of cell division [im not sure, but types like amitosis, meiosis, mitosis and binary fission; are they different types? are they related to our topic? see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cell_division]
  2. dynamics/ mechanism of cell division
  3. timeline of topic, when/how it was discovered etc.
  4. current research in this area [as suggested by lecturer]

Just some suggestions, what do you think? I'm not very familiar with this topic, still researching it, so if you guys have better/clearer ideas that'll be great =D


--User z3187155 [Dave] That sounds like a pretty good way to break it all up Grace. I was looking for a few journal articles the other day for the cell division, and there looked to be a fair few proteins being used in the process, so that helps a bit. I'll keep looking for more info.

I think that's a great way of sharing the work load Grace. See you all in lab soon, we'll talk more then.