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- Wed Aug 03, 2005 4:45 pm
- Forum: Cell Biology
- Topic: manufacture of neurotransmitters
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How does the cell manufacture neurotransmitters? Is it a similar process to the manufacture of proteins? I am specifically interested in dopamine and serotonin.
If I remember correctly, they both effect growth in different ways: Auxins affect cell division mainly at the tip of stem or root. Just behind the tip the cells grow in size under the influence of auxins, causing the stem or root to grow longer. They also afect inhibition of development of axillary ...
I think that ferns are classified as Pteridophytes. Also I am not sure what the term "bryophyte" would be called exactly, butI believe the group contains the phyla Bryophyta, Anthocerophyta, and Hepatophyta, so I don't think you can call "bryophyte" a phylum.