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Biol110-10-Lecture 1-Intro

Biol110-10-Lecture 1-Intro - Biol110 Cell Biology-Fall...

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Biol110 Cell Biology-Fall Quarter 2010
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Textbook is Alberts et al 5th edition, 2008, “Molecular Biology of the Cell”
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Biol110-sections 206 Biol110 students, but only 176 enrolled in sections- please enroll
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbcWGU8fpxA Movie: “The inner life of the cell”
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Assigned reading covered in the Midterm exam: Chapter 8 pgs 501-532 Chapter 9 all Chapter 10 all Chapter 11 pgs 651-682 Chapter 12 pgs 695-719 & 723-745 Chapter 13 pgs 749-754 & 760-762 & 771-779 Assigned reading covered in the Final exam : Chapter 13 all Chapter 15 pgs 879-916 & 921-931 Chapter 16 pgs. 965-1041 Chapter 17 all Chapter 19 pgs 1131-1155; 1158-1172 Biol110-10-Assigned Reading from Alberts et al 5 th Edition
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Why study Cell Biology? Life Disease Medicines Curiosity
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Eukaryotes are highly diverse A protozoan (Didinium) eating another Bars 10 μm amoeba ciliates euglenoid dinoflagellate heliozoan B cells T cells
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There are three basic kinds of cells Figure 1-21 Molecular Biology of the Cell , Fifth Edition
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E. Coli (bacteria) S. cerevisiae (budding yeast) A. thaliana (plant) X. laevis (frog) C. elegans (nematode/worm) Drosophila (fruit fly) Mouse Human somatic cell-lines Human embryonic stem cells Model organisms used to study cell biology:
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E. Coli is a simple prokaryotic cell Other prokaryotes… Vibrio cholerae
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Major features of eukaryotic cells
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Modern eukaryotic cells evolved from a symbiosis Evolution from anaerobic to aerobic (1.5 billion years ago) Evolution from aerobic to photosynthetic by engulfing a cyanobacteria (plants and algae)
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Budding yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) is a simple eukaryotic cell
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Arabidopsis thaliana: a model plant A single cell from a leaf
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The oocytes of Xenopus laevis (frog) are large (1 mm) and contain all materials needed to build 1 million cells
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Nematode (Caenorhabditis elegans) is a simple animal (these survived the Space Shuttle crash)
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Fruit flies are simple animals that can be manipulated easily through genetics antennopedia
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