Biomedical Engineering Undergraduate Course – General (Comparative) Biology BNG2003

Over the next weeks, supportive material for this course will be published on this page.

 

here are the lecture notes for the Introduction lecture: BNG2003-Introduction

here are the lecture notes for lecture-1: BNG2003-1-kh

here are the lecture notes for lecture-2:  a) BNG2003-2a-kh-Chemical Foundations of Biology ; b) BNG2003-2b-kh-water  ;  c) BNG2003-2c-kh-Carbon  ;  d) BNG2003-2d-kh-molecules of Cell

here are the lecture notes for lecture-3: BNG2003-3-kh-the cell

here are the lecture notes for lecture-4: a) BNG2003-4-kh-cell membrane-function-transport  ;  b) BNG2003-4-2-kh biochem-Cellular Membrane Transport

here are the lecture summary notes for lectures-2-3: BNG2003-2-3-kh-Repetition

here are the lecture summary notes for lectures-3-4: BNG2003-3-4-kh-Repetition

here are the lecture notes for lecture-5: BNG2003-5-kh-enzymes-metabolism

here are the lecture notes for lecture-6: BNG2003-6-kh-Cell-Respiration

here are the lecture summary notes for lectures-5-6: BNG2003-5-6-kh-Repetition

here are some glucose/glycolysis infos: BNG2003-glycolysis info   ;   BNG2003-glucose balance

for more infos: —> physiology lecture!  key word leptin: someone may do it as ‘homework / oral presentation’

here are the lecture notes for lecture-7: BNG2003-7-kh-Cell Signalling

here are the lecture notes for lecture-8: BNG2003-8-kh-Cell Cycle

here are the lecture notes for lecture-9: BNG2003-9-kh-Meiosis and Life Cycle

here are the lecture summary notes for lecture-7: BNG2003-7-kh-Repetition

here are the lecture summary notes for lectures-8-9: BNG2003-8-9-kh-Repetition

here are the lecture notes for lecture-10: BNG2003-10-kh-From Gene to Protein

here are the lecture summary notes for lectures-10: BNG2003-10-kh-repetition

here are the lecture notes for lecture-11: BNG2003-11-kh-Immune system      ;   BNG2003-11-kh-haematopoesis

here are the lecture summary notes for lectures-11: BNG2003-11-kh-repetition

here are the lecture notes for lecture-12: not yet

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