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    Cell Biology Part 1

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    Lecture on Cytology presented by Dr. MILI CHATTERJEE

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    Biology 1A - Lecture 3: Cell structure and organization -#1

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    General Biology Lecture

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    CELL THE UNIT OF LIFE: CELL STRUCTURE 01/19

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    Cell Biology | Introduction to cell | Cells Structure | Biology | Letstute

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    In this online video lecture and tutorial on Cell Biology we will learn about cells, its shape, size and many other components of cell.
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    CSIR UGC NET suggestions - cell biology

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    Class 9-Biology Video Lectures-Cell-Class 9th Board Exam

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    Aakash iTutor: Biology Class 9th Video Lectures (Types of Organisms on the basis of number of Cell) to study through online coaching tablet by Aakash Institute. Enquire for Full Video-Lectures @ ( and prepare for Board Exams.

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    Biology: Cell Structure

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    This animation shows you the function of plant and animal cells for middle school and high school biology, including organelles like the nucleus, nucleolus, DNA (chromosomes), ribosomes, mitochondria, etc. Also included are ATP molecules, cytoskeleton, cytoplasm, microtubules, proteins, chloroplasts, chlorophyll, cell walls, cell membrane, cilia, flagellae, etc.

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    Cell Membrane Part 1/2

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    Biology 1, Lecture 7: Cellular Membranes

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    This is an introduction to cellular membranes including information on the structure, composition and function. It discusses the transportation of materials across the cellular membrane via passive and active transport. Lastly, it includes information as to what the first cell must have looked like.

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    Biology 1A - Lecture 6: Cellular metabolism and biological c

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    BIOLOGY; CYTOLOGY; PART 1 by Professor Fink

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    In Cytology; Part 1 Professor Fink describes The Cell Theory; explains the Limits of Cell Growth (Surface Area to Volume Relationship); defines Prokaryotic versus Eukaryotic Cells; and describes the structure & function of the Cell Membrane. The role of the Phospholipid bilayer and the roles of embedded Protein are presented, including as Ion Channels, Transporter (Carrier) Proteins, Enzymes, Receptor Sites and Glycoprotein Recognition Sites (Cell Identity Markers; MHC proteins). Reference is also made to Self versus Foreign and Auto-Immune Diseases.

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    Molecular and Cellular Biology Lecture: #1

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    Brief Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology. Thanks for watching and hopefully it helped. Like and subscribe for more educational videos.

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    NEET BIO - Cell structure and function, cell and cell theory

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    This video describes about the cell and cell theory. All living organisms are composed of cells and product of cells. Cell is the structural and functional unit of life.

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    Biology 1A - Lecture 4: Cell structure and organization -#2

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    General Biology Lecture

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    Biology 1A - Lecture 16: Cell Cycle, Mitosis and Reproductio

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    General Biology Lecture

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    Parts of a cell

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    Parts of a cell: nucleus, ribosomes, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi bodies, mitochondria, chloroplasts, vacuoles, and vesicles

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    What is Cell? Cell biology,BSc Biotechnology Gurukpo

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    Dr Preetpal Kaur, Assistant Professor, Biyani girls College explained about the theory of cell and difference between prokaryotic and eukaryotic. gurukpo.com, biyanicolleges.org

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    Cell Structure & Functions biology video lectures grade 8 CBSE

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    – There is a brief description of structural and functional unit of life and its discovery.

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    ZERO BS Lectures - Organelles and Intracellular Transport - Cell Biology

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    The second 1.25 hour lecture of a 300-level course in Cell Biology on a quarter system condensed to 10 minutes for the procrastinators or people who missed lecture.

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    Cell signaling pathway

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    Cell signaling pathway - This cell biology lecture explains about the cell signaling pathway and the mode of cell communications with each other. it explains the components of cell signaling pathway and it also explains the cell signaling for the cell growth and division and the cell death pathway known as apoptosis pathway. Cell signaling is the most important thing for many physiological activities like cell cell communication and wound healing and apoptosis.
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    23. Stem Cells

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    Professor Sive discusses cell fate and differentiation, followed by stem cells. The lecture focuses on defining stem cells, highlighting the key discoveries in research, and discussing therapeutics.

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    BIO201_Topic001

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    BIO201 - Cell Biology
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    Cell Biology by the Numbers, 2014 class, Lecture 1

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    Lecture 1: Quantitative reasoning in molecular and cell biology
    * Course introduction
    * How much time will take you (as an experienced sprinter) to respond in a 100m race to the referee pistol?
    * How many proteins are in an E. coli cell?
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    Over the past decades, biology has evolved rapidly from a descriptive, qualitative discipline to a more analytical, data-driven and quantitative one. Our ability to collect numbers that describe the most basic molecular processes within the cell has increased significantly, and simple calculations based on these data can provide important insights and enrich our scientific intuition.
    This course is aimed at exposing students to the practice of making back of the envelope calculations (so called Fermi problems) with key numbers in biology, and its useful applications in research. We will learn how to identify the major factors that determine the order of magnitude of the results, when to allow simplification, how to calculate them efficiently, and how to avoid common pitfalls.

    Prof. Ron Milo, Department of Plant Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science

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    Cellular Respiration - Energy in a Cell

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    - In this lecture, I talk about Cellular respiration, which consists of Glycolysis, the Krebs Cycle and the Electron Transport Chain.

    I deal with how Glucose is broken down and how ATP is made. Since energy is important for all living things, it's important to understand how ATP, the energy currency of the body, works.

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    Cell Membrane Fluidity | Role of cholesterol

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    This lecture explains about the cell membrane fluidity and the role of cholesterol in maintaining the membrane fluidity and structural integrity of the cell membrane.
    Cholesterol Maintains the Integrity of the Cell Membrane

    Surrounding each of our cells is a membrane called the plasma membrane. The plasma membrane is a continuous double-layer of phospholipids, interweaved with cholesterol and proteins. Phospholipids are composed of two fatty acids attached to a phosphate compound as a head.

    The phosphate head is water-soluble, also called hydrophilic (water-loving), and the fatty-acids are water-insoluble, or hydrophobic (water-fearing). Since outside the cell is a water-containing, or aqueous, environment, and inside the cell is also aqueous, the phosphate heads of the phospholipids face both the cell's inside and the environment outside the cell, while the fatty acids face the inside of the membrane.

    The membrane is fluid, and the molecules are always moving. It has about the same consistency as olive oil.

    Cholesterol is an amphipathic molecule, meaning, like phospholipids, it contains a hydrophilic and a hydrophobic portion. Cholesterol's hydroxyl (OH) group aligns with the phosphate heads of the phospholipids. The remaining portion of it tucks into the fatty acid portion of the membrane.

    Because of the way cholesterol is shaped, part of the steroid ring (the four hydrocarbon rings in between the hydroxyl group and the hydrocarbon tail) is closely attracted to part of the fatty acid chain on the nearest phospholipid. This helps slightly immobilize the outer surface of the membrane and make it less soluble to very small water-soluble molecules that could otherwise pass through more easily.
    Without cholesterol, cell membranes would be too fluid, not firm enough, and too permeable to some molecules. In other words, it keeps the membrane from turning to mush.

    Cholesterol Helps Maintain the Fluidity of Cell Membranes

    While cholesterol adds firmness and integrity to the plasma membrane and prevents it from becoming overly fluid, it also helps maintain its fluidity.

    At the high concentrations it is found in our cell's plasma membranes (close to 50 percent, molecule for molecule) cholesterol helps separate the phospholipids so that the fatty acid chains can't come together and cyrstallize.5

    Therefore, cholesterol helps prevent extremes-- whether too fluid, or too firm-- in the consistency of the cell membrane.
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    Biology 1, Lecture 8: Cells

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    This is an introduction into the cell, and includes a look at the major organelles of the cell.

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    ZERO BS Lectures - Plasma Membrane - Cell Biology

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    The first 1.25 hour lecture of a 300-level course in Cell Biology on a quarter system condensed to 10 minutes for the procrastinators or people who missed lecture.

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    Homeostasis – Cell Biology | Medical Education Videos

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    Why do cells need to maintain that the internal environment is distinct from the external environment? Watch our medical education video about the concept of homeostasis to answer the question above.

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    Cell Biology For Anatomy and Physiology : Introduction Cell Biology and Cell Theory

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    Biology Lecture - 15 - The Cell

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    Cell signaling summary

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    This cell biology lecture sumerizes the cell signaling pathways.

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    Cell signaling is part of a complex system of communication that governs basic cellular activities and coordinates cell actions. The ability cells to perceive and correctly respond to their microenvironment is the basis of development, tissue repair, and immunity as well as normal tissue homeostasis. Errors in cellular information processing are responsible for diseases such as cancer, autoimmunity, and diabetes. By understanding cell signaling, diseases may be treated effectively and, theoretically, artificial tissues may be created.[citation needed]

    Traditional work in biology has focused on studying individual parts of cell signaling pathways. Systems biology research helps us to understand the underlying structure of cell signaling networks and how changes in these networks may affect the transmission and flow of information. Such networks are complex systems in their organization and may exhibit a number of emergent properties including bistability and ultrasensitivity. Analysis of cell signaling networks requires a combination of experimental and theoretical approaches including the development and analysis of simulations and modeling.[citation needed] Long-range allostery is often a significant component of cell signaling events.[1] Source of the article published in description is Wikipedia. I am sharing their material. © by original content developers of Wikipedia.
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    Biology 1A - Lecture 5: Membrane structure and function

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    Programmed Cell Death

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    This cell biology lecture that explains about the programmed cell death or apoptosis mechanism by which cell kills itself due to minimise the effect of some infection or any kind of stress. In this series of videos we will talk about different apoptosis pathways like apoptosis intrinsic pathway and apoptosis extrinsic pathway.
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    Cell Biology by the Numbers, 2014 class, Lecture 2

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    Lecture 2: Size, mass and geometry
    * What is heavier, mRNA (spliced) or the protein it codes for?
    * How many atoms in the human body?
    * In overnight culture of bacteria (E. coli, 0.2% sugar, saturated), what fraction of media volume are cells?

    Prof. Ron Milo, Department of Plant Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science

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    Cell Biology By The Numbers, 2013 class, Lecture 1

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    Introduction
    Estimation of number of mRNA molecules in a cell

    Dr. Ron, Milo, Department of Plant Sciences, Weizmann Institute of Science

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    Molecular and Cell Biology C148 - Lecture 11: First 41 minut

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    Radiation Damage to Matter and Biological Cells

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    Cancer Biology 101

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    Thea Tlsty, UCSF Professor of Pathology, explains the biology of cancer; that cancer arises primarily through damage to the genetic program of our cells, how this leads to uncontrolled growth and invasion, how cancer intrudes upon and destroys adjacent or distant tissues, and how the inner workings of the cancer cell function. Series: UCSF Osher Mini Medical School for the Public [1/2012] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 22574]

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    cell part 1 by dr.waqar saeed in urdu

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    Biology Lecture - 22 - Endoplasmic Reticulum

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    Cell cycle control | Regulation of cell cycle 1

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    This is the first cell cycle control video lecture that explains the regulation of cell cycle by involving cyclin is an CDK proteins. This lecture provides a brief idea about the cell cycle regulation process during the mitosis cell division.
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    Evolutionary Cell Biology: Two Origins, One Objective - Michael Lynch

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    Keynote lecture by Michael Lynch, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA, at Evolutionary Systems Biology: From Model Organisms to Human Disease (2-4 March 2016), organised by Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences.

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    MCAT Biology Lecture: Eukaryotic Cell Membrane

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    Biology 1B - Lecture 6: Cells, Tissues

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    Altered Cellular Biology

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    Altered Cellular Biology lecture for NR281.

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    Mammalian cell culture 1 - introduction to cell culture

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    This mammalian cell culture lecture explains about the introduction to the animal cell culture terminologies and basics.
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    PCB3103 - Cell Biology - Cell Signaling

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    PCB3103, University of West Florida, Dr. Peter Cavnar. A video lecture review of the general pricniples of cell signlaing, and specific examples of G-protein coupled receptor signaling and receptor tyrosine kinase signaling.

    Table of Contents:
    00:40 - General Principles of Cell Signaling
    08:37 - General Principles of GPCR
    10:54 - GPCR cAMP signaling
    21:21 - GPCR Inositol phospholipid signaling pathway (Ca signaling)
    28:22 - General Principles of RTK Signaling
    30:27 - Ras signaling and MAPK pathway
    35:37 - PI-3 Kinase/Akt Signaling
    42:37 - Signaling Summaries

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    Membrane transport lecture | transport across the membrane

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    Transport across the membrane - This video lecture about membrane transport explains about the basics of transport across the membrane. It explains different types of membrane transport mechanisms such as passive transport including facilitated diffusion and the active transport mechanism. It also explains about the role of membrane proteins both channel proteins and carrier proteins in process of cell membrane transport mechanism.
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