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of the lecture notebook “Basics in Biology” in two parts

      1.  Introduction

      2.  About the author

      3.   Basic glossary

4.   Lectures, part I: „Biology of the organisms”

4.1 Short history of biology

4.2 The origin of life

4.3 The chemical evolution on Earth

4.4 What distinguish life from unlife? Metabolism.

4.5 The biological evolution on Earth.

4.6 Viruses – life on rent

4.7 Kingdom “Bacteria”

4.8 Microorganisms and their application in food processing

4.9 Kingdom “Protista

4.10 Kingdom “Fungi”

4.11 Plant  universe. Physiology.

4.12 Plant  universe. Systematics.

4.13 Medicinal plants

Kingdom “Animalia”. Zoology of invertebrates. Part.I

4.15 Kingdom “Animalia”. Zoology of invertebrates.Part II

4.16 Kingdom “Animalia”. Zoology of invertebrates.Part III

4.17 Kingdom “Animalia”. Zoology of vertebrates. Fishes.

4.18 Kingdom “Animalia”. Zoology of vertebrates. Amphibians and Reptiles.

4.19 Kingdom “Animalia”. Zoology of vertebrates. Birds.

4.20 Kingdom “Animalia”. Zoology of vertebrates. Mammals.

4.21 Human development

      5.  Lectures, part II: „Biology of the cell”

5.1 Cell architecture of organisms. Methods for cell investigation.

5.2 Chemistry of the cell. Carbohydrates and lipides.

5.3 Chemistry of the cell. Proteins and nucleic acids.

5.4 Cell – The small manifacture.

5.5 Mitosis

5.6 Meiosis

5.7 Copying of the genetic information (DNA Replication).

5.8 Transcription of the genetic information (RNA synthesis).

 5.9 Translation of the genetic information (Protein synthesis).

 6. Videomaterials

 6.1 Videofilms after Biovision Harvard, USA.

 6.2  Videofilms after Bruce Alberts et al. Molecular biology of the cell”.

 7.  Working with scientific texts

 7.1 World bestseller  "Microbes hunters",  Paul de Kruif

      7.2 Astrobiologists

      7.3 Bacteria engage in altruistic suicide

      7.4 Birds may "see" magnetic fields

      7.5 As larks sing songs, researchers hear population health

      7.6 Chameleonspecies spends most of its life as an egg

      7.7 Devolution? a vanishing bacterial species boundary

      7.8 Dinosaurs among us: further evidence is for the birds

      7.9 In the deep, a community of one

      7.10 Living snowflakes: bacteria important to snow formation

      7.11 Mitochondria-free parasites harvest ATP directly from hosts

      7.12 Using mitochondria to power sensors for explosives

      7.13 News from the cutting edge of microbiological research

      7.14 Nikotin

      7.15 2008 Chemistry Nobel Prize goes to those who lit up cells

      7.16 When under attack, plants call for bacterial backup

      7.17 Platypus genome as distinctive as its owner

      7.18 Programmed to love chocolate

      7.19 Newly discovered species get their own league table

      7.20 Bakterien Den Teufel im Gepäck

      7.21 Bienen können zählen


      7.23 Zwischen den Geschlechtern

      7.24 Inhibition of the replicative cycle of hepatitis C virus

      7.25 Metagenomics

      7.26 Type IV secretion

      7.27 Molecular eco-systems biology: towards an understanding of community function

      7.28 Systems Biology: Functional analysis of natural microbial consortia using community        

      7.29 The role of predictive modelling in rationally re-engineering biological systems

      7.30 Systems Microbiology

      7.31 Serum Therapy in Therapeutics and Medical Science

      автор: Emil von Behring

      7.32 On the Present State of the Question of Immunity in Infectious Diseases

      автор: Mechnikov

      7.33 Partial cell functions

      автор: PA U L E H R L I C H

      7.34 History of a Mind

      автор: Pasteur

      7.35 Louis Pasteur (1822–95). Scientific Papers. The Harvard Classics. 1909–14.

      7.36 The Current State of the Struggle against Tuberculosis

      автор: Robert Koch

8. Bibliographie




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