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London: Pergamon Press, 1959. , Satellite cells in the nervous system. Sci. , 1961, 205, 62. , and E. Egyhazi, Nuclear RNA changes of nerve cells during a learning experiment in rats. Proc. Nat. Acad. , 1962,48,1366. , and P. W. Lange, A differentiation in RNA response in neurons early and late during learning. Proc. Nat. A cad. , 1965,53,946. , and P. W. Lange, A genic stimulation with production of adenine-uracil rich RNA in neurons and glia in learning. The question of transfer of RNA from glia to neurons.
1963, 1, 1. , Mechanisms of Virus Infection. , 1963. Sonneborn, T. , Does preformed cell structure play an essential role in cell heredity? in J. M. , The Nature of Biological Diversity. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1963. Chapter 4 The Possible Role of RNA in Learning and Memory Events John Gaito Department of Psychology York University Toronto, Canada Learning events are of great interest to biologists because of their basic involvement in behavior. Up to several decades ago the major approaches to learning were of a psychological nature.
3. RNA has only a role in protein synthesis, and there are no unique DNA's, RNA's, and proteins for each class of behavioral events. , in making a nerve cell different from a liver or kidney cell. Likewise, there would be DNA sites which would synthesize messenger RNA's for the enzymes involved in synaptic events, choline acetylase (for the production of ACh) and AChE. Other DNA's, RNA's, and proteins might be specific to nerve cells but would be involved in behavior in general. The ideas of Barondes (1965) and those of Dingman and Sporn (1964), emphasizing neural circuitry, illustrate this possibility.