RE: NANFA-- Re: nanfa V1 #1449

Irate Mormon (
Fri, 15 Nov 2002 08:19:19 -0600

On 15 Nov 2002 at 9:07, Crail, Todd wrote:

> Because politicians and a "moral majority" haven't allowed stem cell
> research? ;)
> I liked Developmental, I not only took it once... I took it twice
> [sigh] The professor decided that on his bell curve 77 was a D+
> instead of a C- to teach a brash, arrogant, class skipping, soon to be
> *not* graduating student a lesson.
> But then again, where else could one gain pickup phrases like "I love
> the way your dorsalbalstophoral lip invaginates, baby" or "that's some
> notochord remnant you have there sweet node". <evil_grin>

Yes, the entire course seemed to be a lesson in embryonic topology rather than anything substantive. Researchers have become
quite adept at describing the various embryonic structures. If we really KNEW anything about developmental biology, then I would
really be excited.


Jackson, MS

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