Maggie gave a talk on Monday about mitochondria. From this talk we were able to visualize a way to seek a problem out as well as see the mitochondria different from the models we were taught. Maggie took apart the different areas of biology and categorized the topics of research. We discussed the areas of Cell biology: microscopes and centrifuges, Biochemistry: WWII, gel electrophoresis, TLC. Genetics: genes, phenotype, Molecular Biology: restriction enzymes, Genomics: what do they all do? Then we moved into the mitochondria, literally. We used a visualizing activity to take ourselves inside the mitochondria and the cell. This was to help us discover how the mitochondria ma obtain disease and what s contained within. We learned the only 37 proteins are made there but, this leads to many more diseases. A few of these diseases are believed to be: Leighs, Alzheimers, DAD, and Muliple sclerosis.
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