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Quantitative Cell Biology Alan Hunt 2131 Gerstacker [email protected] Text: Molecular Cell Biology (6 th edition) by Lodish et al. W.H. Freeman and Company printing. Note: 4 th addition is available on line, and is acceptable. To access go to http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/bv.fcgi?rid=mcb.TOC , and enter the subject that you wish to read about. Syllabus will evolve as the class proceeds. Updates will be posted. Lecture Subject Reading (Lodish et al. 6 th Edition) 1 Introduction to cell structure, bacteria 1-8, Berg 6-12, 17-22 2 Cell membrane, bacteria 411-420 3 Bilayers continued, Osmotic pressure, bacterial cell-wall, evolution "Nothing in biology makes sense…" T. Dobzhanski, 4 evolution cont., transport across membrane, http://talkorigins.org/faqs/evolution-fact.html Boltzmann distribution and Nernst Equation 5 bacterial flagella, motility 6 Momentum and Reynolds #, Introduction to Eukaryotic Cells, 372-379, Berg 75-78 Intracellular Organelles 7 Organelles cont., Evolution of Chloroplast & Mitochondria, 505, 511-523
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