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Adult Neurogenesis

Adult Neurogenesis

The last decade of the 20th century, proclaimed the "Decade of the Brain," yielded tremendous advances in the field of neuroscience. Insights into the biology of drug addiction, as well as the neuronal mechanisms that underlie learning and memory, provided exciting revelations about some of the brain's primary functions. Perhaps the decade's most surprising finding was the discovery that the human brain is capable of generating new neurons throughout life.

Author(s): Roberta Anding, MS, RD/LD, CDE
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Osteoporosis and Adolescents

Diabetes

Neurogenesis in the Adult Brain

Neurogenesis as a Response to Injury

What Is a Cell?

Brief History of Modern Cloning

Why Use Cloning Technology?

Eliminate Negativity

History of Homeostasis

Necessary Components of a Homeostatic System

Innate Animal Behavior

Levels of Organization in the Body

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