Course curriculum

    1. 1. Introduction

    2. Exercise 1

    3. Exercise 2

    4. 2. The need for energy

    5. Exercise 3

    6. 3. ATP-Adenosine triphosphate

    7. Exercise 4

    8. 4. Universal energy currency

    9. Exercise 5

    10. 5. Hydrolisis and features of ATP

    11. Exercise 6

    12. Exercise 7

    13. 6. Mitochondrion and aerobic reaction

    14. 7. Glycolisis

    15. 8. Link reaction

    16. 9. Krebs cycle

    17. 10. NAD and FAD

    18. 11. Sources for reduced NAD and FAD

    19. 12. Oxydative phosphorilation

    20. Exercise 8

    21. Exercise 9

    22. Exercise 10

    23. 13. Oxidative phos - Number of ATP produced and summary

    24. 14. Respiratory substrate

    25. Exercise 11

    26. Exercise 12

    27. 15. Respiratory quotients

    28. Exercise 13

    29. Exercise 14

    30. 16. Anaerobic respiration

    31. Exercise 15

    32. 17. Anaerobic pathways and ethanol fermentation

    33. Exercise 16

    34. 18. Lactate pathways

    35. 19. Comparing aerobic and anaerobic respiration

    36. Exercise 17

    37. Exercise 18

    38. 20. Anaerobic adaption of rice

    39. 21. Why rice in these conditions

    40. Exercise 19

    1. 1. Introduction

    2. Exercise 1

    3. 2. Chloroplast

    4. Exercise 2

    5. 3. Adaption of chloroplast

    6. Exercise 3

    7. 4. Stages of photosynthesis

    8. Exercise 4

    9. 5. Photosynthetic pigments

    10. Exercise 5

    11. 6. Absorption spectra

    12. Exercise 6

    13. 7. Absorption and Action spectra of chloroplast pigments

    14. 8. Light dependent reactions

    15. 9. Arrangement of pigments in thykaloid membrane

    16. Exercise 7

    17. 10. Cyclic photophosphorylation

    18. Exercise 8

    19. 11. Non-cyclic photophosphorylation

    20. Exercise 9

    21. 12. Photolysis of water

    22. Exercise 10

    23. 13. Chemiosmosis

    24. Exercise 11

    25. 14. Comparing cyclic and non-cyclic photophosphorylation

    26. 15. Summary

    27. Exercise 12

    28. 16. Light dependent stage

    29. 17. The calvin cycle

    30. Exercise 13

    31. 18. Photosynthesis

    32. 19. Limiting factors

    33. 20. Light intensity

    34. Exercise 14

    35. 21. Carbon dioxide

    36. Exercise 15

    37. 22. Temperature

    38. Exercise 16

    1. 1. Introduction

    2. 2. Principles of homeostasis

    3. 3. Negative feedback mechanisms

    4. 4. Deamination

    5. 5. Production of urea

    6. 6. The urinary system

    7. 7. Structure of kidneys

    8. 8. The nephron

    9. 9. The Nephron 2

    10. 10. Formation of urine in Nephron

    11. 11. Ultrafiltration

    12. 12. Ultrafiltration 2

    13. 13. How ultrafiltration occurs

    14. 14. Glomerular filtrate

    15. 15. Selective reabsorption

    16. 16. Selective reabsorption

    17. 17. Reabsorption of water and salts

    18. 18. Osmoregulation

    19. 19. Effect of ADH

    20. 20. Control of blood glucose

    21. 21. Negative feedback control

    22. 22. Hormones involved controlling blood glucose

    23. 23. Insulin

    24. 24. Glucagon

    25. 25. Principles of cell signaling

    26. 26. Mechanism of Glucagon

    27. 27. Measuring urine glucose concentration

    28. 28. Measuring blood glucose

    29. 29. Homeostasis in plants

    30. 30. Structure of guard cells

    31. 31. Opening of stomata

    32. 32. Closing of stomata

    33. 33. Daily rythms

    34. 34. Mechanism to open stomata

    35. 35. Mechanism to close stomata

    36. 36. Role of asbscisic

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