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<b>For a tutorial on how to edit this and other sites go to [[Help:Contents | <font face="trebuchet ms" style="color:#2171B7"> '''Openwetware Help''' </font>]] &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
My simple explanation: Go to the main site http://openwetware.org/BIO254 and click on the term you would like to define (e.g. synaptic transmission).  Above the site you will see the following links: Article, Discussion, Edit, History, Move, Watch.  Click on "Edit" and begin to type your definintion or modify someone else's existing definition.
My simple explanation: Go to the main site http://openwetware.org/BIO254 and click on the term you would like to define (e.g. synaptic transmission).  Above the site you will see the following links: Article, Discussion, Edit, History, Move, Watch.  Click on "Edit" and begin to type your definintion or modify someone else's existing definition.
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You can edit any site... including this one!</b>
Administrated by: Sebastian Espinosa (sebas@stanford.edu)
Administrated by: Sebastian Espinosa (sebas@stanford.edu)

Revision as of 15:36, 24 September 2006

WIKIPEDIA BIO154/254: Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology

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For a tutorial on how to edit this and other sites go to Openwetware Help       

My simple explanation: Go to the main site http://openwetware.org/BIO254 and click on the term you would like to define (e.g. synaptic transmission). Above the site you will see the following links: Article, Discussion, Edit, History, Move, Watch. Click on "Edit" and begin to type your definintion or modify someone else's existing definition.

You can edit any site... including this one!

Administrated by: Sebastian Espinosa (sebas@stanford.edu)

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