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*  Hippo signaling pathway
A fundamental question in developmental biology is how an organ knows to stop growing after reaching a particular size. Organ ... The Hippo signaling pathway, also known as the Salvador/Warts/Hippo (SWH) pathway, controls organ size in animals through the ... The heart is the first organ formed during mammalian development. A properly sized and functional heart is vital throughout the ... The Hippo pathway is a recently identified signaling cascade that plays an evolutionarily conserved role in organ size control ...
*  TEAD2
Zhao B, Li L, Lei Q, Guan KL (May 2010). "The Hippo-YAP pathway in organ size control and tumorigenesis: an updated version". ... Yu FX, Zhao B, Guan KL (November 2015). "Hippo Pathway in Organ Size Control, Tissue Homeostasis, and Cancer". Cell. 163 (4): ... YAP/TAZ are effectors of the Hippo tumor suppressor pathway that restricts organ growth by keeping in check cell proliferation ...
*  Halteres
Crickmore, MA; Mann, RS (7 July 2006). "Hox control of organ size by regulation of morphogen production and mobility". Science ... The insect detects this force with sensory organs called campaniform sensilla and chordotonal organs located at the base of the ... Chordotonal organs detect and transmit distortions in their position/shape in the same way that campaniform sensilla do. They ... Chordotonal organs, unlike campaniform sensilla, exist beneath the cuticle and typically respond to stretch as opposed to ...
*  Xenotransplantation
Many issues include: Size - Differences in organ size limit the range of potential recipients of xenotransplants. Longevity - ... Chimpanzees were originally considered the best option since their organs are of similar size, and they have good blood type ... They are readily available, their organs are anatomically comparable in size, and new infectious agents are less likely since ... A worldwide shortage of organs for clinical implantation causes about 20-35% of patients who need replacement organs to die on ...
*  Garden warbler
doi:10.1111/j.1474-919x.2005.00460.x. Bauchinger, U; Wohlmann A; Biebach H (2005). "Flexible remodeling of organ size during ... The average size of the egg is 20 mm × 15 mm (0.79 in × 0.59 in), and it weighs 2.2 g (0.078 oz), of which 6% is shell. The ... Most internal organs (including the liver, spleen, intestines, kidneys and heart) and the flight muscles lose weight during the ... French epicure Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin said of the warbler when cooked like ortolan bunting "if it were the size of a ...
*  Marshcourt
Johnson later installed a full-size organ there. In 1932, after falling on hard times Johnson sold Marshcourt for £60,000, ...
*  Phenotypic plasticity
Liu QS, Wang DH (July 2007). "Effects of diet quality on phenotypic flexibility of organ size and digestive function in ... Starck JM (November 1999). "Phenotypic flexibility of the avian gizzard: rapid, reversible and repeated changes of organ size ... this is facilitated by an increase in digestive organ size and capacity, which is similar to the phenotype produced by poor ... Intermittent feeding also represents a temporal increase in food intake and can induce dramatic changes in the size of the gut ...
*  Rufous-collared sparrow
This response in organ size causes an increase in basal metabolic rate (BMR) by up to 30%. Kidney size is also affected by the ... Predation on nestlings, on the other hand, does not seem to occur more often than in similar-sized Passeroidea. The Rufous- ... trill dialects and body size" (PDF). Condor. 93 (3): 644-658. doi:10.2307/1368196. Tubaro, Pablo Luis (1990). Aspectos causales ...
*  PDX1
Stanger BZ, Tanaka AJ, Melton DA (February 2007). "Organ size is limited by the number of embryonic progenitor cells in the ...
*  Ruff
Piersma, Theunis (1998). "Phenotypic flexibility during migration: optimization of organ size contingent on the risks and ... The typical clutch is four eggs, each egg measuring 44 mm × 31 mm (1.7 in × 1.2 in) in size and weighing 21.0 g (0.74 oz) of ... In flight, it has a deeper, slower wing stroke than other waders of a similar size, and displays a thin, indistinct white bar ... In winter, her plumage is similar to that of the male, but the sexes are distinguishable on size. The plumage of the juvenile ...
*  Manual (music)
A typical, full-size organ manual consists of five octaves, or 61 keys. Piano keyboards, by contrast, normally have 88 keys; ... Hammond organ) and electronic organs can emulate this style of play. Hammond organs differ from pipe organs in that pipe organs ... Elaborate pipe organs and theater organs can have four or more manuals. The manuals are set into the organ console (or "keydesk ... On pipe organs each manual plays a specific subset of the organ's stops, and electric organs (e.g., ...
*  YAP1
... is inhibited in the Hippo signaling pathway which allows the cellular control of organ size and tumor suppression. YAP1 ...
*  Translationally-controlled tumor protein
Reducing TCTP (dTCTP) levels in Drosophila reduces cell size, cell number and organ size, which mimicsDrosophila Rheb (dRheb) ...
*  Crieff Hydro
It still has a large room, used for worship services, with a full-size organ. The establishment was teetotaluntil 1994 when the ...
*  Center for Faith and Life
A full-size organ is featured in the balcony to the right of the stage. Having opened in 1977, the auditorium is used primarily ...
*  Breeding for drought stress tolerance
1984). It appears to pre-adapt plants to stress by reducing stomatal conductance, rates of cell division, organ size,and ... 1) Large seed size. Helps emergence, early ground cover, and initial biomass. 2) Long coleoptiles. For emergence from deep ... or by container size (if growing in a container). A plant with a large mass of leaves in relation to the root system is prone ...
*  Telugu Christian
Sixteen memorial tablets along the wall and a medium-sized organ are some of its antique possessions. However the most ... While the Pipe Organ alongside the Tabla was traditionally used as an accompaniment in congregational worship, its use today is ... The church, although much smaller in size, bears much resemblance to the Cathedral at Medak with both adhering the Gothic ... "Andhra Pradesh / Hyderabad News : Passionate about the pipe organ". hindu.com. The Hindu. 22 December 2005. "Telugu Christian ...
*  Soy formula
... Feeding Does Not Affect Subsequent Reproductive Organ Size at 5 Years of Age". The Journal of Nutrition. 145 (5): ...
*  Anabantoidei
The characteristics of the fish habitats are indicators of the size of the labyrinth organ, as the organ size is negatively ... Labyrinth fish are not born with functional labyrinth organs. The development of the organ is gradual and most labyrinth fish ... This organ allows labyrinth fish to take in oxygen directly from the air, instead of taking it from the water in which they ... The labyrinth organ helps the inhaled oxygen to be absorbed into the bloodstream. As a result, labyrinth fish can survive for a ...
*  Casein kinase 1 isoform epsilon
... an oncogene and regulator of organ size. After priming through phosphorylation by the serine/threonine kinase LATS, both casein ...
*  Birth defect
In the same animal study, paternal alcohol exposure was correlated with a significant difference in organ size and the ... A dysplasia is a disorder at the organ level that is due to problems with tissue development. It is also possible for ... The same pattern is observed among infants with excessive number of ribs, vertebrae, teeth and other organs which in a process ... Following studies showed elevated risks for other tumors and congenital malformations of the sex organs for both sexes. All ...
*  Epithelioid hemangioendothelioma
... a signaling system that regulates organ size by causing cells to stop growing when they touch each other (contact inhibition). ... and two organs, the liver and lungs. It has since been described in organs throughout the body. In addition to liver and lungs ... It often has an indolent course, and many affected people have survived for decades with multi-organ disease.[1]:601 The extent ... bones and skin have been the most frequent organs. Before the initial description of Weiss, the tumor had been reported under a ...
*  Colloidal gold
April 2008). "Particle size-dependent organ distribution of gold nanoparticles after intravenous administration". Biomaterials ... Toxicity in certain systems can also be dependent on the size of the nanoparticle. AuNSs size 1.4 nm were found to be toxic in ... Double labeling with colloidal gold particles of different sizes Grobelny, Jaroslaw, et al. "Size Measurement of Nanoparticles ... Different sized AuNPs were found to buildup in the blood, brain, stomach, pancreas, kidneys, liver, and spleen. Generally, gold ...
*  Kun-Liang Guan
Recent genetic studies in Drosophila have shown that the Hippo signaling pathway plays a key role in restricting organ size by ... to regulate cell growth and cell size. Two distinct TOR complexes, TORC1 and TORC2, have been identified. These two TOR ...
*  Juvenile myelomonocytic leukemia
Some combinations of 6-mercaptopurine with other chemotherapy drugs have produced results such as decrease in organ size and ... Radiation to the spleen does not generally result in a decrease in spleen size or reduction of platelet transfusion requirement ... pea-size bumps that are noncancerous tumors) on or under the skin Plexiform neurofibromas (larger areas on skin that appear ...
*  Communist Party of China
Unlike the collective leadership ideal of other party organs, the CMC chairman acts as commander-in-chief with full authority ... the sizes are "no. 1: 388 cm in length and 192 cm in width; no. 2: 240 cm in length and 160 cm in width; no. 3: 192 cm in ... However, the Central Committee (and all central organs) of the CYL work under the guidance of the CPC central leadership. ... Bureau authorizes the General Office to custom-make a number of standard flags and distribute them to all major organs". ...