By Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, Paul Matsudaira, Chris A. Kaiser, Monty Krieger, Matthew P. Scott, Anthony Bretscher, Hidde Ploegh

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ISBN-13: 9780716776017

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In addition, plants and a few other orsingle-celled the nucleiof multiple isto replace to cloneanimals ganisms can harvest energy from sunlight to form ATP in with donornucleifromcellsof an adultsheep'Eachembryo embryos photosynthesis. Lowpercentages tween cells; such signals direct numerous cellular activities on the givehealthy andthefull impactof the techniques animals, effect on our bodies of Library/Photo (Chapters iS uttd f e ;. The movements neededto fight or flee are triggered by nerve impulses that flow from the brain to our muscleswith the aid of neurotransmitters, another type of small-moleculesignal that we discussin Chapter23.

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The parent cell, called a stem cell, can go on reproducing itself at every division, at each division also producing anorher blood cell. Mosr tissuesin our bodies form from stem cells. Blood, for example, is produced from stem cells that residein the bone marrow and continue to produce new blood cellsfor our entire lives. However, blood stem cells produce onlv more of themselvesand blood cells, not othir cell types. Thus eachtissuemust have its own stem cells,at leastduring the period of development when the tissue is formed.

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