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Bio 181 Biology I

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Bio 181 Biology I

Bio 181 Biology I
Published 12/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 1.02 GB | Duration: 11h 39m

Introduction to Biology I

What you'll learn

Describe and apply the scientific method to investigate biological phenomena

Describe the characteristics of life.

Describe the principles of evolution by natural selection and their relationship to the distinguishing properties of living things.

Compare and contrast the most stable subatomic particles and describe how they affect the chemical characteristics of matter

Describe the process of DNA replication and its relationship to cell division

Requirements

None

Description

The study and principles of structure and function of organisms at the molecular and cellular levels. A detailed exploration of the chemistry of life, the cell, and genetics. This course covers the content of BIO 181 Biology I which is an undergraduate course for Science majors. BIO 181, Biology I, is a foundational course that delves into the fundamental principles of biology, offering students a comprehensive exploration of the building blocks of life. This course is designed to instill a deep understanding of the intricate workings of living organisms, starting at the cellular level and expanding to the broader concepts of genetics, evolution, and ecology.The curriculum begins with an exploration of cell biology, covering topics such as cell structure, function, and metabolism. Students will then journey into the fascinating realm of genetics, unraveling the mysteries of inheritance, DNA structure, and gene expression. The course extends its focus to the evolutionary processes shaping the diversity of life, examining principles of natural selection and speciation. Ecology takes center stage as students investigate the interactions between organisms and their environments, exploring ecosystems, population dynamics, and ecological relationships.Through engaging lectures and hands-on laboratory experiences, students will develop a strong scientific foundation, honing their analytical and critical-thinking skills. Assessments, including exams, quizzes, and laboratory reports, will gauge comprehension and application of biological concepts. BIO 181 lays the groundwork for subsequent studies in the biological sciences, fostering a profound appreciation for the complexity and beauty of the natural world.

Overview

Section 1: Chapter 0: Metric System

Lecture 1 Chapter 0: Metric System

Section 2: Chapter 1: The Study of Life

Lecture 2 Chapter 1 The Study of Life

Section 3: Chapter 2: The Chemical Foundation of Life

Lecture 3 Chapter 2 The Chemical Foundation of Life

Section 4: Chapter 3: Biological Macromolecules

Lecture 4 Chapter 3 The Biological Macromolecules

Section 5: Chapter 4: Cell Structure

Lecture 5 Chapter 4: Cell Structure

Section 6: Chapter 5: Structure and Function of Plasma Membranes

Lecture 6 Chapter 5: Structure and Function of Plasma Membranes

Section 7: Chapter 6: Metabolism

Lecture 7 Chapter 6: Metabolism

Section 8: Chapter 7: Cellular Respiration

Lecture 8 Chapter 7: Cellular Respiration

Section 9: Chapter 8: Photosynthesis

Lecture 9 Chapter 8: Photosynthesis

Section 10: Chapter 9: Cell Communication

Lecture 10 Chapter 9: Cell Communication

Section 11: Chapter 10: Cell Reproduction

Lecture 11 Chapter 10: Cell Reproduction

Section 12: Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction

Lecture 12 Chapter 11: Meiosis and Sexual Reproduction

Section 13: Chapter 12: Mendel's Experiments and Heredity

Lecture 13 Chapter 12: Mendel's Experiments and Heredity

Section 14: Chapter 13: Modern Understandings of Inheritance

Lecture 14 Chapter 13: Modern Understandings of Inheritance

Section 15: Chapter 14: DNA Structure and Function

Lecture 15 Chapter 14: DNA Structure and Function

Lecture 16 DNA Replication

Section 16: Chapter 15: Genes and Proteins

Lecture 17 Chapter 15: Genes and Proteins

Science Majors and Pre-requisite Students