Summary of Lecture and Visualization
Why what you hear and see isn't always all there is and maybe never is.
The history of Biology, Biochemistry, Genetics and Geonomics
Cell Biology - Visualization - What do I see?
a. Microscope - light and electron microscope
b. Centrifuge - separate
Biochemistry - WWII - fallout from the bomb
b. Gel electropheresis
d. Protein sequencing
Genetics - What genes are for X? Looking for phenotype.
a. Molecular biology - genetic sequencing
b. Restriction enzymes - looking for size, gene deletion, mixed with genetics
Genomic - What do they all do?
a. Where is everything
b. How much is there?
5 protein complexes. When growing a specific organism was grown on growth plates the scientists found petits and then found mitochondrial genetics in the petit.
Pictures, TEM pictures and SEMs pictures do not really show the mitochondria the way they are. OMIN Disease database for man. Online Medelin Inherited In Man - disease genes database.
Mitochondrial complex I - 46 subunits
Apoptosis is controlled by the release of cytochrome "c" when it is released into the host cell and causes programmed cell death.
Gibbs Free Energy
Gibbs free energy is often assumed to occur at the standard temperature and pressure in the formula and a standard output for ATP energy release is −7.3 kcal/mol but for cell biology is depends upon the concentration of the reagents and the products.