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  1. Chapter 20: Regulation of The Eukaryotic Cell Cycle p847

  2. OUTLINE 20.1 Overview of the Cell Cycle and Its Control 20.2 Control of Mitosis by Cyclins and MPF Activity 20.3 Cyclin-Dependent Kinase Regulation Duriing Mitosis 20.4 Molecular Mechanisms for Regulating Mitotic Events 20.5 Cyclin CDK and Ubiquitin-Protein Ligase Control of S phase 20.6 Cell-Cycle Control in Mammalian Cells 20.7 Checkpoints in Cell-Cycle Regulation 20.8 Meiosis: A Special Type of Cell Division

  3. FIGURE 20-1 The fate of a single parental chromosome throughout the eukaryotic cell cycle

  4. Cell Cycle Control

  5. Mitotic Cyclin Was First Identified in Early Sea Urchin Embryos EXPERIMENTAL FIGURE 20-8 Autoradiography permits the detection of cyclical synthesis and destruction of mitotic cyclin in sea urchin embryos

  6. EXPERIMENTAL FIGURE 20-8(a) Autoradiography permits the detection of cyclical synthesis and destruction of mitotic cyclin in sea urchin embryos

  7. EXPERIMENTAL FIGURE 20-8(b) Autoradiography permits the detection of cyclical synthesis and destruction of mitotic cyclin in sea urchin embryos

  8. Cyclin B Levels and Kinase Activity of Mitosis-Promoting Factor(MPF) Change Together in Cycling Xenopus Egg Extracts EXPERIMENTAL FIGURE 20-9 Cycling of MPF activity and mitotic events iin Xenopus egg extracts depend on synthesis and degradation of cyclin B

  9. Multiple Cyclins Regulate the Kinase Activity of S.cerevisiae CDK During Different Cell-Cycle Phase FIGURE 20-29 Activity of S.cerevisiae cyclin-CDK complexes through the course of the cell cycle

  10. Meiosis

  11. Chapter 24: Immunology p1055

  12. OUTLINE 24.1 Overview of Host Defenses 24.2 Immunoglobulins: Structure and Function 24.3 Generation of Antibody Diversity and B-Cell Development 24.4 The MHC and Antigen Presentation 24.5 T Cell, T-Cell Receptors, and T-Cell Development 24.6 Collaboration of Immune-System Cells in the Adaptive Response

  13. FIGURE 24-1 The three layers of vertebrate immune defenses

  14. 24.1 Overview of Host Defenses Leukocytes Circulate Throughout the Body and Take Up Residence in Tissues and Lymph Nodes FIGURE 24-2 The circulatory and lymphatic systems

  15. FIGURE 24-3 Initiation of the adaptive immune response in lymph nodes

  16. Chapter 25: Cancer p1107

  17. OUTLINE 25.1 Tumor Cells and the Onset of Cancer 25.2 The Genetic Basis of Cancer 25.3 Oncogenic Mutations in Growth-Promoting Proteins 25.4 Mutations Causing Loss of Growth-Inhibiting and Cell-Cycle Controls 25.5 Carcinogens and Caretaker Genes in Cancer

  18. 25.1 Tumor Cells and the Onset of Cancer FIGURE 25-1 Overview of changes in cells that cause cancer

  19. Metastatic Tumor Cells Are Invasive and Can Spread FIGURE 25-2(a) Gross and microscopic views of a tumor invading normal liver tissue

  20. TGF beta signaling