Essential Cell Biology

Author:
Alberts et al

Publisher:
Wiley

Edition:
5th International Edition

ISBN:
9780393680362

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DNA - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 1 - DNA and Chromosomes, Part 1


This video describes the chapter DNA and Chromosomes. It starts with the basic description of what DNA is and further describes the different structure of it. This is described with the help of examples. The video describes why DNA is a complex mixture. It describes how DNA is passed from one generation to another. The video furthermore describes the different functions of of DNA.

Chromosomes - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 2 - DNA and Chromosomes, Part 2


This video describes the chapter of DNA and Chromosomes. This video describes chromosomes. It describes what is the structure of chromosomes. It also describes how the chromosomes varies from individual to individual. The video describes the different types of chromosomes and how each is represented in human body. The video describes in what different states chromosomes exist in the cell cycle. The video with the help of flow charts describes the formation of chromosomes.

DNA Replication - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 3 - DNA Replication (Chapter 6, Part 1)


This video describes the DNA replication. The video starts with describing how replication is enabled by base pairing. The video describes this with the help of flow charts and show what steps are involved in DNA replication stage. The video describes DNA synthesis. Furthermore, the video describes the different characterisitics of DNA replication and each charactertisitic is described with the help of examples. Moroever, the video describes RNA primers and how they are linked to DNA synthesis. Also, the video describes the telomeres and how it helps in the DNA process.

DNA Repair and Recombination - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 4 - DNA Repair and Recombination (Chapter 6, Part 2)


This video describes the DNA replication and recombination. It starts with basic description of what DNA repair is and how it can be repaired. The video describes the different consequences of mutation. the video further describes the charactertistics of mutation. The video describes this with the help of examples. The video describes the different types of DNA repair systems and illustrates this with the help of pictures. Moroever, the video describes how to repair DBS and how chromosomes are attached and detached in this process.

Transcription - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 5 - From DNA to Protein Transcription (Chapter 7, Part 1)


This video describes transcription. It starts with describing how DNA is converted into protien. the video describes what transcription is and what are the different types of transcription. The video talks on different promoters of transcription. The video further describes the different types of RNAs. The video also describes on how transcriptions are initiated. Furthermore, the video describes GTFs and how are they linked to transcription.

Translation - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 6 - From Genes to Proteins Translation (Chapter 7, Part 2)


This video describes how DNA is converted to protiens. The video starts with describing how to read frames and what are the different types of frames. The video describes the different between triplets and codons and with the help of pictures, it describes how each have an impact on protien formation. The video also describes TRNAs and how it is charged. The video describes the process of translations and how anti biotics have an impact on translation.

Control of Gene Expression - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 7 - Control of Gene Expression (Chapter 8, Part 1)


This video describes the control of gene expression. The video describes what is gene expression and then describes why is regulating gene expression is important. The video describes what is the meaning of regulation in gene expression. The video describes the DNA binding process and the video describes how DNA regulation is important and with the help of examples, it shows how it survives.

Control of Gene Expression Part 2 - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 8 - Control of Gene Expression - Part 2


This video is in continuation of the first video. The video describes the signals in gene expression. The video describes how genes are different from people to people. the video describes the cellular process with the help of RNA. The video covers the basic information of micro RNAs and describes how long non-coding RNAs are formed. Furthermore, the video describes the inheritance of gene regulation and what are the different controls in post transcriptional stage.

Membrane Structure - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 11 - Membrane Structure - Chapter 11


This video describes the structure of cell membrane. The video first describes what membrane is and highlights the different charactertistics of membrane. The video with the help of labelling and examples, it describes the different components that exist in the membrane. Each component is further described and functions of each component is highlighted. the video describes the protien membrane and describes the different bilayers. Moreover, the video describes how cells can restrict movement of membrane proteins.

Membrane Transport - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 12 - Membrane Transport (Chapter 12)


This video describes the process of membrane transport. the video starts with describing the different stages in transporting membrane and how this takes place in the cell membrane. The video describes what are ions and what is the importance of ions in this whole process. The video with the help of pictures and labelling describes how protiens are transported in the membrane. Furthermore, the video describes the potential of membrane and how diffusion takes place in the cell.

Intracellular Compartments - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 13 - Intracellular Compartments - Chapter 15, Part 1


This video describes cancer. The video starts with describing what cancer is and how is it formed. It describes why cancer is unique and what are basically the cancer cells. Furthermore, the video describes what do the cancer cells do and what functions it performs. This is explained with the help of flow charts. Moreover, the video describes how cancer mutates and why is it so deadly. The video also describes different types of genes that are critical for cancer.

Intracellular Transport - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 14 - Intracellular Transport - Chapter 15 - Part 2


The video is in continuation of the first video. It starts with describing the transport route of the protiens. The video describes how such vesicles carry soluble proteins. The video further describes what soluble proteins are and differentiates it with clathrin coated vesicles. The video with the help of table 15.4 describes the different types of vesicles. Moreover, the video also describes what other functions do the transported proteins perform.

Cell Communication - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 18 - Cell Communication


This video describes the cell communication process. The video describes the basics of cellular signaling. The video describes what receptors are and what functions do receptors perform. The video with the help of examples describe different types of receptors. Furthermore, the video describes the importance of G protein coupled receptors. In the video table 16.1 describes the different examples of signal molecules. The video with the help of flow charts show the genes cycle.

Cytoskeleton Part 1 - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 15 - Cytoskeleton - Part 1 - Chapter 17


This video describes the cytoskeleton. The video starts with describing what cytoskeleton is and what intermediate filaments are and what do they do. The video describes the role of IFs in cellular structure support. Furthermore, the video describes the nuclear envelope and how it is supported by IFs. Moreover, the video describes what is microtubules and how it is present in the cell. The video also describes with the help of examples what are the polarity of the MTs and how do the function effectively.

Cytoskeleton Part 2 - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 16 - Cytoskeleton - Part 2 - Chapter 17


This video is in contiunuation of the first video. It covers the chapter cytoskeleton. It describes what actin filaments are and what role do they play in skeleton. The video describes the different types of proteins that bind actin together. Furthermore, the video describes cell mobility and how actin is transported. The video with the help of flow charts describe how proteins bind to actin and modify its properties. The video describes the muscle contraction process.

Cell Cycle - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 17 - The Cell Cycle


This video describes the cell cycle. The video starts with the description of different stages in a cell cycle. The video further describes the different checkpoints in the cell cycle. The video also describes cyclins and cyclin dependent kinases. The video describes table 18.1 in which different cell cycle times are mentioned. The video also describes the cell cycle control and with the help of flow charts, the videod describes the different phases of cell cycle.

Cancer - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 20 - Cancer


This video describes cancer. The video starts with describing what cancer is and how is it formed. It describes why cancer is unique and what are basically the cancer cells. Furthermore, the video describes what do the cancer cells do and what functions it performs. This is explained with the help of flow charts. Moreover, the video describes how cancer mutates and why is it so deadly. The video also describes different types of genes that are critical for cancer.

Cell Communities - 1 Video(s)

Lecture 19 - Cell Communities - Part 1 - Chapter 20


This video describes the cellular communiites. The video describes what different types of communities are present in a cell. Furthermore, the video differentiates between stem and tissues cells. The video describes this with the help of extracellular matrix. The video also describes collagen and the different types of gels of polysaccharide are also mentioned in the video. The video describes what animal collogen tissue consists of and the different components in it are labelled. The video describes the cell to cell contact between epithelial cells and illustrates this with the help of table and charts.