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Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops

Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops

Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops. www.bioinformatics.ca. Module #: Title of Module. 2. Module 1 Introduction to Metabolomics. David Wishart Informatics and Statistics for Metabolomics June 16-17, 2014. Learning Objectives. To define metabolomics and the size of the metabolome(s)

By Albert_Lan
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Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry. 阮雪芬 Sep 9, 2002 NTUT. Chapter 1. Introduction. History What is biochemistry Biochemistry and life Biochemical Energy Transfer of Information from DNA to Protein. History. Life: 150 years ago Biochemistry: 60 years ago. What is Biochemistry. ?. Definition.

By Leo
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Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles. A Sample PowerPoint Presentation. Insert image here. Search for images of a bacterial cell at http://www.google.com/. This is a bacterial cell. Bacteria are single cell organisms. Bacteria are the oldest organisms on the earth.

By gryta
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Cell membranes

Cell membranes

Cell membranes. Cell membrane structure. Phospholipid bilayer Glycerol-Hydrophilic; Fatty acid-Hydrophobic Fluid mosaic model Lipid bilayer, Proteins, Carbohydrates, steroids.

By gayora
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Higher Chemistry

Higher Chemistry

Higher Chemistry. Unit 2 Section 1 - Fuels Multiple Choice Questions. This is designed to be used by teachers to help students develop skills in answering multiple choice questions. Douglas Racey, Waid Academy, Anstruther, Fife, Scotland.

By tasya
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Chemistry for Cosmetics

Chemistry for Cosmetics

Chemistry for Cosmetics. Dr Lida Schoen Amsterdam. Human skin. ‘Dirt’ on the skin. water soluble (sweat); oil soluble (sebum, grease); non soluble (sand, skin flakes). Rubbing with water and soap can remove all three. Cleaning the skin: water and soap. Washing dirt from textiles.

By chassidy
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Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles

Cell Organelles. A Sample PowerPoint Presentation. Insert image here. Search for images of a bacterial cell at http://www.google.com/. This is a bacterial cell. Bacteria are single cell organisms. Bacteria are the oldest organisms on the earth.

By keefe
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Osmoregulation and Excretion

Osmoregulation and Excretion

Osmoregulation and Excretion. Water Balance and Waste Disposal Excretory Systems. Water Balance. Osmoconformers -isoosmotic with their environment, most marine invertebrates

By trilby
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Parallel Chemical Genetic and Genome-Wide RNAi Screens Identify Cytokinesis Inhibitors and Targets

Parallel Chemical Genetic and Genome-Wide RNAi Screens Identify Cytokinesis Inhibitors and Targets

Parallel Chemical Genetic and Genome-Wide RNAi Screens Identify Cytokinesis Inhibitors and Targets. Eggert et al. 2004. Cytokinesis. Cytokinesis. (aurora B). (Glotzer 2005). RNAi and Chemical inhibitors. RNAi library knockdown of specific genes Chemical libraries Cytokinesis inhibitors

By stian
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Enzymes

Enzymes

Enzymes. Have properties shared by all catalysts Enhance the rates of both forward and reverse reactions so equilibrium is achieved more rapidly Position of equilibrium is unchanged Reduce activation energy Not permanently altered during the reaction

By josh
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Signal-Mediated Transport Through Nuclear Pore Complex

Signal-Mediated Transport Through Nuclear Pore Complex

Signal-Mediated Transport Through Nuclear Pore Complex. Monica Wilson. Outline. What is a nuclear pore complex? Structure of a nuclear pore complex. Nuclear Export Signals Nuclear Localization Signals. What Is a Nuclear Pore Complex?.

By rosaline
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Jeopardy

Jeopardy

Jeopardy. Photosynthesis for 100. Plants use sunlight to make food in what process?. Photosynthesis for 200. These are the raw materials of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis for 300. Why are photosynthesis and respiration considered opposites?. Photosynthesis for 400.

By oakes
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Key Concepts: Cell Membranes

Key Concepts: Cell Membranes

Key Concepts: Cell Membranes. Structure of the cell membrane Main functions of cell membrane How things are transported across the membrane . Cell Membrane: Structure. Cell Membranes are a fluid mosaic of lipids and proteins. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qqsf_UJcfBc.

By houston
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Structure & Function

Structure & Function

Structure & Function. http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/actionpot.html. http://training.seer.cancer.gov/module_anatomy/unit5_2_nerve_tissue.html. http://people.eku.edu/ritchisong/301notes2.htm. RESTING POTENTIAL is established by Na + - K + pumps. Na+ pumped outside K + pumped inside.

By piper
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The EBI Enzyme Portal

The EBI Enzyme Portal

The EBI Enzyme Portal. Cheminformatics and Metabolism Team. Problem Case. Diabetes . Insulin . Insulin enzyme. “Look for an enzyme that acts as a receptor to “insulin” , understand how its

By zada
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Phospholipid structure

Phospholipid structure

Phospholipid structure. Amphipathic molecule (phosphatidyl choline) hydrophobic part: fatty acids hydrophilic part: phosphate & choline. Membrane structure. Membrane components. Transmembrane proteins. Intercellular structures. Desmosomes

By garret
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3.2.1: Distinguish between organic and inorganic compounds

3.2.1: Distinguish between organic and inorganic compounds

3.2.1: Distinguish between organic and inorganic compounds. Organic compounds contain carbon and are found in living things. (Except hydrogen carbonates, e.g. sodium hydrogen carbonate, carbonates, e.g. calcium carbonate and oxides of carbon, e.g. carbon dioxide).

By reece
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Prokaryotic Cell Structure

Prokaryotic Cell Structure

Prokaryotic Cell Structure. (Fig. 3.23 – slide 23). Cytoplasmic membrane Cell _________ Cell _______ Cytoplasm _________ . Semipermeable barrier between inside and outside of cell Holds the cell shape Surrounds cell contents

By johana
(183 views)

Nutrition

Nutrition

Nutrition. Process by which organisms obtain and use the nutrients required for maintaining life. Modes of nutrition. Ways of obtaining and using nutrients. Nutrition. Autotrophic nutrition. Heterotrophic nutrition. Holozoic nutrition. Saprophytic nutrition. Parasitic nutrition.

By Jimmy
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POLYMER CHEMISTRY

POLYMER CHEMISTRY

POLYMER CHEMISTRY. A Presentation for the Introductory Seminar in Chemistry The University of Akron October 15, 2008 Traian-Ovidiu Gheorghiu. What is a polymer ?. The word polymer is derived from the Greek words poly-, meaning “many” and meros-, which means “part”.

By abril
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