Lecture 1 supplemental notes
09/18/2015
The science of Microbiology
Revolves around two main themes/goals;
o Want to understand the living world of the microorganism
(how they work)
o Apply our under
Topics in
Diagnostic Microbiology &
Immunology
Chapter 27 14th edition Sections II and III
27 November 2015
BMSC 210
1
Lecture Learning Objectives
To describe and explain principles and methods
of:
D
PROSTAGLANDINS
COLIN D. FUNK, PHD
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PROSTAGLANDINS HISTORY
THE GREATEST MOLECULES EVER DISCOVERED?
most widely prescribed drugs
name prostaglandin
Sir John Vane
Biochemical elucidation
BCHM432/832
Molecular Basis of Cell Function
Colin D. Funk, Ph.D.
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Prostaglandins (1, 2)[November 11 and 16]
Leukotrienes (3) [November 18]
12(R)Lipoxygenase and Specialized Prore
LEUKOTRIENES
COLIN D. FUNK, PHD
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LEUKOTRIENES  BACKGROUND
Specific arachidonic acid metabolites
released by inflammatory cells that
cause inflammation and sustained
smooth muscle con
OUTLINE FOR LECTURE 1 (AARSSEN)
BIOL 201*
ORIGIN, EVOLUTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF LAND PLANTS
Reference reading: Raven et al. Ch. 12 (8th or 7th edition)
(1) The link between life and nonlife
Photosy
sorus=cluster of sporangia
indusium covering sporangia
annulus
arborescent forms have gone extinct
within all of the seedless vascular
plant groups, with the exception of
the ferns
one kind of spore,
Queens
Chemistry
TA MANUAL
Chemistry 112
Name: _
Department of Chemistry
Queens University
Kingston, Ontario
20132014 Edition
Table of Contents
Laboratory Schedule for 2013/2014 . 3
General Notes
. 5
This pair of experiments is to be handed in as a single writeup after both parts are completed in the lab.
Experiment 9.
Calorimetry Part 1
Notes for the Procedure


The students should not take an
Experiment 8. Vapour Pressure and Heat of
Vaporization
Notes for the Procedure


Thegaspressuremeasuringapparatusisquitedelicate.Instructstudentstobecarefulto
connectthehosestotheattachmentpointscon
Experiment 7.
Ferrioxalate
Photochemical Reaction with
Notes for the Procedure



The ferrioxalate solution is photo sensitive. It MUST be kept in the DARK. So too should the
paper be kept in the d
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