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  UMBC Graduate Course Listings - Molecular and Cell Biology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Topics to include the molecular basis of phenomena such as gene amplification, global control of transcription initiation, protein sorting and secretion, control of yeast mating type as a model for development, the origin of antigen diversity, oncogenesis, pattern formation in Drosophila, sex determination in mammals.
Topics include: molecular and cellular aspects of gametogenesis, fertilization, embryogenesis, and continuous development in the adult; mechanisms of intra- and inter-cellular communication; developmental model system using unicellular organisms will be considered.
Topics to be covered include gametogenesis, fertilization, and cleavage patterns; biochemical events during early embryogenesis; nucleocytoplasmic interactions in development; inductive phenomena; the role of cell contact specificities in morphogenesis; stability of the differentiated state; the hormonal controls in differentiating cell systems.
www.umbc.edu /GradProg/mocb-courses.html   (2463 words)

 UNT Graduate Catalog Biological Sciences Courses
Topics vary from year to year but include, among others, protein sequencing and amino acid analysis, nucleic acid sequencing, tissue culture, monoclonal antibody production, column chromatography, radioisotopes, peptide synthesis, and gel electrophoresis and electrofocusing.
Topics may vary from semester to semester and may include eukaryotic and prokaryotic molecular genetics, DNA profiling, physiology and metabolism and application of recombinant DNA technologies.
Topics may vary from semester to semester and may include topics such as human development, epidemiology or plant physiology.
www.unt.edu /catalogs/2002-03/gcbiology.html   (2972 words)

 Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
A continuation of 32-101 covering the organic chemistry topics of alcohols, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, amines and the biochemistry topics of carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids, enzymes, and metabolism.
Topics include: electrochemistry, quantum chemistry, elementary statistical mechanics, atomic and molecular spectra, chemical kinetics, photochemistry and transport properties of liquids and gases.
Major topics are group theory; atomic and electronic structure; coordination chemistry, including comparison and discussion of current bonding theories; applicability of several types of spectroscopy to inorganic chemistry; introduction to organometallic chemistry.
www.uwosh.edu /enroll/registration/bulletins/1999-2001/chemstry.shtml   (1860 words)

 UGA BMB - BCMB Course List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Biochemistry and molecular biology of nucleic acids, with emphasis on biosynthesis, structure, and function.
Topics include metal binding to biopolymers, the roles of metal ions in biological processes such as electron transfer, atom or group transfer, and the use of metal complexes as therapeutic agents.
Topics in Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics of Parasites.
www.uga.edu /~biochem/graduate/course_list.htm   (870 words)

 Department of Biochemistry
Topics include: molecules of life, cell structure, respiration and photosynthesis, molecular genetics and gene technology, heredity and human genetics, population genetics and evolution, diversity of life, and function of ecosystems.
Topics include: biological molecules (with a focus on DNA and RNA); basics of cell structure (with a focus on the nucleus and chromosome); cell cycle, mitosis and meiosis; molecular genetics, viruses and gene technology; classical and microbial genetics; population genetics and evolution, diversity resulting from evolution.
Topics include cell commitment, regulation of proliferation and differentiation, cell death and trophic factors, pathfinding by the outgrowing nerve fiber, synapse formation, relationships between center and periphery in development and the role of activity.
www.case.edu /bulletin/02-04html/liberalarts3.html   (11313 words)

 List of medical topics: Biochemistry
Biochemistry is the study of the chemical reactions and interactions that take place in living organisms, especially the structure and function of their components, such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and small molecules present in cells.
Biochemistry could also (now) be defined as being the chemistry of enzyme-mediated reactions, whether in vivo or in the test tube, with natural or artificially modified enzymes and other chemicals.
Categories Biochemistry is principally concerned with the chemistry of substances that can be classified into a few major categories: * Carbohydrates * Lipids * Proteins and Amino acids * Nucleic acids The bulk of biochemical investigation focuses on the properties of proteins, many of which are enzymes.
www.americanfactfinders.com /List_of_medical_topics/Biochemistry.shtml   (330 words)

 Medical Biochemistry -- Recommendations and Resources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Biochemistry is the study of the structure and function of cellular components, such as proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, and other biomolecules.
Today, the findings of biochemistry are used in many areas, from genetics to molecular biology and from agriculture to medicine.
Formally, biochemistry includes a description of the macromolecules, including proteins, lipids, polysaccharides, and [:nucleic acidsnucleic acids], and small molecules present in cells.
www.becomingapediatrician.com /health/93/medical-biochemistry.html   (633 words)

 KSU Biochemistry Dept. Courses
A cultural and environmental approach to biochemical compounds and circumstances affecting man. Topics to be discussed include compounds of biochemical interest, biochemical evolution, food additives, heavy metals, drugs, and certain control chemicals, e.g., pesticides.
Biochemistry I. An introduction to physical methods, kinetics, and thermodynamics of biochemical reactions and bioenergetics, chemistry of proteins and amino acids, carbohydrate chemistry, and metabolism.
Topics will include biochemical molecules and processes specific to insects, such as biochemistry of the exoskelton and regulation of metamorphosis, as well as comparison of insect and mammalian biochemistry.
www.k-state.edu /bchem/courses/index   (930 words)

 Biochemistry Courses
An advanced treatment of topics of current interest in plant biochemistry, including photosynthesis and carbon metabolism, nitrogen fixation and nitrogen metabolism, structure and function of the higher plant genome, and production of material of economic interest.
Topics will include biochemical molecules and processes specific to insects, such as biochemistry of the exoskeleton and regulation of metamorphosis, as well as comparison of insect and mammalian biochemistry.
Research in biochemistry which may be used for preparation of the Ph.D. thesis.
www.k-state.edu /bchem/Courses.htm   (954 words)

 Molecular and Cell Biology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The approaches of microbial genetics, molecular biology and biochemistry are combined for the study of the molecular mechanisms regulating gene expression in bacteria.
Topics to be covered include gametogenesis, fertilization and cleavage patterns, biochemical events during early embryogenesis, nucleo-cytoplasmic interactions in development, inductive phenomena, the role of cell contact specificities in morphogenesis, and stability of the differentiated state and the hormonal controls in differentiating cell systems.
The topics presented would not normally be covered in any other biochemistry courses and may include an advanced treatment of enzyme kinetics, with emphasis upon twosubstrate systems, allosteric control mechanisms, replication and transcription and the biochemistry of specialized tissues.
www.umbc.edu /gradschool/gradcatalog/molecularbio.html   (4665 words)

 University DEGREES
Topics include the chemistry of biological molecules, cellular metabolism, and the mode of action of selected chemicals at the biochemical level.
A survey of topics and techniques encountered in studies of the relationship and evolution of the higher plants, emphasizing the flowering plants.
Topics include mechanical properties of biologic and synthetic materials, stress-strain analysis, viscoelasticity, tissue response to implants and vice versa, and implant materials for interfacing with hard and soft tissues and blood.
www.eduinstitute.org /bcourseinfo.html   (8035 words)

 Graduate Catalog 2005-2007 | Fields of Study | Biochemistry
Students should consult the Course Schedule to determine which courses and topics will be offered during a particular semester or summer session.
Topics include physical methods for the study of macromolecules; chemistry of proteins; enzyme chemistry; regulatory mechanisms for gene expression, protein-nucleic acid interactions.
Prerequisite: For 698A, graduate standing in biochemistry and consent of the graduate adviser; for 698B, Biochemistry 698A.
utexas.edu /student/registrar/catalogs/grad05-07/ch4/ns/bch.crs.html   (444 words)

 BMBB | Fall 2001 Courses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The most important topics for biochemistry will be carefully selected for a one-semester course, giving students necessary background for further work in biochemistry but also giving them more curriculum flexibility than a two semester sequence.
Discussion of current topics such as DNA replication, recombination and gene conversion, regulation of gene expression, chromatin structure and transcription, developmental gene regulation, organellar gene expression, RNA splicing, initiation and control of translation, animal viruses, transposable elements, somatic recombination, and oncogenes (4 cr).
Topics include molecular structure of organisms, cell structure and function, energy recruitment and utilization, cellular reproduction, flow of genetic information through organisms and populations, princples of inheritance, development, origin of life, ecology and evolution.
biosci.cbs.umn.edu /BMBB/Fall2001Courses.html   (1256 words)

 Chemistry and Biochemistry <- Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research <- U of R   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The topic must be approved by the Department Head and research supervisor and be distinct from the candidate’s research problem.
Advanced topics in biochemistry related to student and staff interest: nucleic acids, vitamins, co-enzymes, enzymes and biophysics.
Advanced topics related to student and staff interest: May be repeated for credit if the topic is different.
www.uregina.ca /gradstudies/calendar/programs/chem_biochem.shtml   (783 words)

Among the topics covered are various aspects of the immunological response, such as humoral or cell-mediated immunity, cell-cell interactions, and immunology as related to the cause and prevention of disease.
Topics include: 1) definition and function of the essential nutrients for people, 2) basic principles of human growth and development, 3) the causes and consequences of under- and over-nutrition, 4) feeding practices for infants and children and the development of food habits, 5) nutrients and food problems in the local region and in global perspective.
Topics include: 1) definition and function of the essential nutrients for people, 2) basic principles of human growth and development, 3) the causes and consequences of under- and overnutrition, 4) feeding practices for infants and children and the development of food habits, 5) nutrient and food problems in the local region and in global perspective.
www.umd.umich.edu /casl/natsci/courses.html   (13764 words)

 Chemistry and Biochemistry Courses
Topics include: electrochemistry, kinetics, coordination chemistry, nuclear chemistry, and an introduction to organic and biochemistry.
Topics will include structure and bonding of alkali, transition, lanthanide and actinide metals, with emphasis on the first row transition metals; stereochemistry, coordination clusters, molecular solids and nanoparticles.
Topics presented in recent years have included protein processing, the chemical modification of proteins, the biosynthesis and function of glycoproteins, lipid biochemistry and membrane structure, and bioenergetics.
www.ucsd.edu /catalog/0506/courses/CHEM.html   (5121 words)

 Biochemistry topic: control and understand biochemistry topic with Beelib   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Biochemistry topics cover vast thematics as they occur at the intersection of a number of disciplines.
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www.beelib.com /biochemistry_topic.html   (152 words)

 Chemistry and Biochemistry
Admission to these programs without deficiency is based on an undergraduate program essentially equivalent to that pursued by a chemistry or biochemistry major at this university.
Topics to be announced in the Schedule of Classes.
Current topics in cellular regulation at the enzyme level are discussed and integrated with known control processes at higher levels of cellular organization.
gradschool.nmsu.edu /Catalog/dept/chemandbioche.htm   (1135 words)

 Topics in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Faculty & Course Policies
An advanced-level survey of currently active areas in prokaryotic and eukaryotic biochemistry and molecular biology, covering structure-function relationships of major classes of biomolecules ranging from small molecules to macromolecular machines and subcellular organelles.
Prerequisite: introductory-level biochemistry course and consent of course director.
Copies of required and/or suggested reading for individual topic modules will be distributed by email as pdf files; most are also available at the TMC Library website.
www.uth.tmc.edu /bmb/courses/Topics/directory.html   (390 words)

 UWM Chemistry Department Web Site - Chemistry Courses   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The role of aquatic, atmospheric, and terrestrial environments in mediating and controlling the cycles of biologically important elements on time scales of milliseconds to millenia.
Impact of biological, geological, and chemical principles on selected interdisciplinary topics; scientific and mass media publications and results of new studies are critiqued.
Topics will differ each semester, reflecting current work of particular interest.
alchemy.chem.uwm.edu /courses/biochemistry.html   (270 words)

Survey of basic principles of biochemistry and molecular biology, emphasizing broad understanding of chemical events in living systems in terms of metabolism and structure-function relationships of biologically important molecules.
Biochemistry and molecular biology (with quiz sections) for undergraduate students in molecular and cellular biology, for biochemistry majors, and graduate students in other science departments.
BIOC 534 Topics In Molecular Biophysics (1.5) Parson
www.washington.edu /students/crscat/bioch.html   (825 words)

 Department of Biochemistry - VCU School of Medicine
This individual should be a member of the graduate faculty who does not hold a primary appointment in the Department of Biochemistry.
Students in the M.S. program do not receive financial support from the Department of Biochemistry, although a student working on a thesis project can be employed as a research assistant on their advisor's research grant.
MMS students in Biochemistry take courses designed for graduate students with an emphasis on research design and experimentation.
www.vcu.edu /biochem/students/ms.shtml   (876 words)

 Amazon.com: Biochemistry: Books: Donald Voet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Biochemistry 3rd edition DONALD VOET, University of Pennsylvania, USA and JUDITH G. VOET, Swarthmore College, USA Biochemistry is a modern classic that has been thoroughly revised.
The book is a classic which covers most relevant topics in Biochemistry from a more chemical perspetive (kudos for that!).
The target audience of this book are serious undergraduate biochemistry students who are familiar with first year chemistry and more importantly first year organic chemistry.
www.amazon.com /Biochemistry-Donald-Voet/dp/047119350X   (1745 words)

 Natural Sciences Tripos: Part II Biochemistry
to provide an advanced understanding of the core principles and topics of biochemistry and their experimental basis, and to convey specialised knowledge and understanding of selected aspects by means of 'options lectures' and a research project.
to analyse critically research literature and contemporary biochemical topics, and present such analyses in both written and oral formats.
Essential: either NST Part IB Biochemistry and Molecular Biology or NST Part IB Cell and Developmental Biology; or Parts IA and Part IB of the Medical and Veterinary Sciences Tripos.
www.cam.ac.uk /cambuniv/natscitripos/ps/aims/p2/biochem.html   (339 words)

 List of biochemistry topics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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This list is not necessarily complete or up to date - if you see an article that should be here but isn't (or one that shouldn't be here but is), please update the page accordingly.
List of basic biochemistry topics most basic biochemistry topics that should be covered in an encyclopedia, organized by topic.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_biochemistry_topics   (275 words)

 An English-Classical Dictionary for the use of Taxonomists
This work is essentially a cross between an encyclopedia and a bibliography, providing both brief entries on specific topics in the history of science, as well as extensive lists of books and additional readings.
this history of the discipline is presented by general topic area (e.g., amino acid metabolism), as well as the more traditional geographic and chronological approach.
This work is organized by topic (which may be broad or may focus on specific mathematical concepts; for example "Individual Mathematicians" vs. "Topology"), and contains bibliographic citations to works in the history of mathematics.
www.lib.iup.edu /depts/libsci/xml/XMLGuide/resources.xml   (5516 words)

 List of basic biochemistry topics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For a more comprehensive list, see the List of biochemistry topics.
Biochemistry is the science deals with chemical composition and its reactions, happening in the living cells of organisms, such as mammals, vertebrates, plants and all living organisms.
Basic topic lists • Topic lists • Lists of lists • Academic disciplines • Glossaries • Portals • Reference tables • Timelines
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/List_of_basic_biochemistry_topics   (337 words)

 Biochem - Topics in Biochemistry for Career Planning   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
BCH 95 - Topics in Biochemistry for Career Planning
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Topics include the analysis of academic aspects of career goals; the relation between courses in different disciplines; preparation for postgraduate education; history, research, and biochemical knowledge; laboratory experiences and evaluation of data; and great and infamous people in biochemistry.
www.biochemistry.ucr.edu /courses/bch95.html   (85 words)

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