Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction - Biology 301 Cell Structure and...

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Biology 301 Cell Structure and Function Instructor Katherine Tepperman 833 Rieveschl Email: Katherine.Tepperman@uc.edu TAs Sukanya Chaudry, Laura Kastner, Dominic Mao, Tim Meeker, Prem Rajkumar, Annette Stowasser 0
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Points of the Day Cell Biology is central to understanding how biological systems work Biology is constantly changing. New information comes to light to challenge old ideas. Understanding Cell Biology requires understanding of the experimental basis for our current ideas – How we know what we know 0
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Long ago it became evident that the key to every biological problem must finally be sought in the cell; for every living organism is, or at sometime has been, a cell.” E.B. Wilson Why Study Cell Biology? 0
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E.B. Wilson, “One of the foremost cellists of his day”
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Fertilization Nuclear and cytoplasmic events to create gametes (haploid) Cell-cell recognition based on specific membrane molecules Cell fusion to create diploid cell
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