This document contains a summary of the subject cell biology from year 1 of Biology and Medical Laboratory Research Avans. This summary is in English.
Samenvatting biologie H4, 5, 7, 36, 42 en figuur 40.5
Hello, Here is a summary of the book Campbell Masters in biology. It concerns here chapter 4, 5, 7, 36 and 42 Figure 42.5. The summary was made for the knowledge test of biology for the education chemistry and biological and medical laboratory at HAN in Nijmegen, but if you use these chapters should also learn other courses fine;)
H6 Campbell; Energy and life
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H10 Campbell; Cell respiration.
Summary of Chapter 10 of Biology; A global approach. In this chapter, we discuss the dissimilatie- either verbranding- in the cell. A wide range of topics will be discussed such as; glycolysis, pyrodruivenzuuroxidering, citroenzuurcylus and oxidative phosphorylation.
Diversity of Life Term 1 Notes - Plants
Summary of lecture notes from the Diversity of Life module (term 1). Notes include the topics Plant evolution in action and Evolution of land plants. Notes are very clear and contain colourful images and diagrams.
Diversity of Life Term 1 Notes - Fungi
Summary of lecture notes from the Diversity of Life module (term 1). Notes include the topics Evolution and diversity of fungi. Notes are very clear and contain colourful images and diagrams.
Diversity of Life Term 1 notes - Evolution, Early life forms and Invertebrate Metazoa
Summary of lecture notes from the Diversity of Life module. Notes include the topics Evolution, Early Life Forms and Invertebrate Metazoa. Notes are very clear and contain colourful images and diagrams.
Excretion and the human kidney
How do you excrete toxins and drugs from your body? The human excretory system! These are lecture notes about the human excretory system which include the kidneys and the bladder. This course is the second Biology course for undergraduate education but could also be applied in other classes as well.