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Comprehensive notes of weeks 1 and 2 BIO 353 lectures covering bioimaging, molecular separation techniques, cells, and organelles.
Scanning electron microscopy notes
Here are some notes I put together that cover what will be on the exam.
Since we still have some material to go over, I will be updating this before the exam.
Lecture notes for week 3. Covers macromolecules and proteins.
Study guide for the first exam.
Contains lecture material about protein function, DNA, RNA, and chromosomes.
About membrane structure, transport across the membrane, membrane lipids, membrane proteins, and more.
Covers the complete oxidation process of glucose: glycolysis, citric acid cycle, electron transport chain, and chemiosmotic coupling.
Covers protein synthesis, membranes, photosynthesis, and the complete oxidation of glucose.
Covers protein synthesis (i.e. transcription, translation, mRNA processing).
Covers endocytosis, exocytosis, lysosomes, and cell signaling.
Covers the topics of protein sorting and other related areas.
Covers everything from protein sorting, protein transport mechanisms, and cell signaling.
Covers the extracellular matrix, actin microfilaments, cell migration, and connective tissue.
These cover the cell cycle and methods of controlling the cell cycle as well as cell-cell and cell-matrix junctions.
Covers the stages of cell division and apoptosis.
This might be in the notes section, but it's actually a study guide.