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Chemistry Stuff

Chemistry powerpoint

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  1. textbook animations: Types of Bonds, Salts Dissolving in Water, Acids, Bases and pH, peptide bonds, protein structure
  2. Hank Green talks about prions
  3. Covalent Bonds, Ionic Bonds, Carbon
  4. Properties of Water
  5. Biological molecules - lipids, proteins, carbohydrates
  6. Nucleic Acids (DNA and RNA)
  7. HHMI: DNA strands
  8. HHMI: RNA and Ribozymes
  9. This video explains how proteins denature, and shows their primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary structure
  10. Saturated and unsaturated fats

Study Guide for Test 2


Cells and their parts powerpoint
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  1. online guides to show the parts of bacterial, animal and plant cells.
  2. Andy Orffkut's awesome song about chlamydomonas
  3. Animal Cells
  4. plant cells
  5. ABC/Krulwich on Cells
  6. Alexis Danis on mitochondria and their DNA
  7. Paul Anderson gives a tour of the cell
  8. Mary Poffenroth explains cell theory, animal vs. plant cells, mitochondria, ribosomes, cytoskeleton, plasma membrane, , lysosomes, nucleus,
  9. textbook animation: vessicle budding and organelle endosymbiosis
  10. Mary Poffenroth: Cell Theory
  11. this is the actual harvard animation that krulwich was talking about
  12. Krulwich discusses frog legs and dancing squid

Cell Transport

Membrane Transport powerpoint

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  1. textbook animations: Active and Passive transport, Exocytosis and Endocytosis, Signaling Molecules
  2. Mary Poffenroth discusses membranes and the difference betweendiffusion and osmosis
  3. HHMI Sodium/Potassium channels (effects of cone shell toxins)
  4. Hank Green discusses membranes, diffusion, and transport
  5. Japanese Subway
  6. less exciting, but more nicely illustrated video on the plasma membrane
  7. another video on active and passive transport
  8. Biology Essentials - membranes an DNA extraction
  9. Osmosis and Diffusion
  10. the Ricochet Science videos on diffusion, Tonicity/Osmosis


Other Resources

  • Crash Course A & P
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