Tuesday, August 25, 2009
Composition of air.
Number and kinds of microorganisms in air ( Indoor, Outdoor).
Distribution and sources of air borne microorganisms.
Air as a carrier of microorganisms.
Droplet, droplet nuclei.
Techniques for microbiological analysis of air.
Significance of air flora in human health, hospitals, industries.
Air borne diseases – list of diseases caused by bacteria, fungi, viruses.
Air sanitation – dust control, UV radiation, bactericidal vapors, filtration, laminar air flow
system (HEPA filters)
Saturday, January 10, 2009
1. The Hub of Metabolism
6. Glycolysis and TCA Cycle - Enzymes and EC Reference Numbers
7. Glycolysis and TCA Cycle - Compartmentation
8. Glycolysis and TCA Cycle - Compartmentation (Simplified)
9. Glycolysis and TCA Cycle - Shuttles
10. Glycolysis and TCA Cycle - Regulation
12. ATP Yield
13. Anaplerotic (Replenishing) Reactions of the TCA Cycle
14. The Glyoxylate Pathway
15. Gluconeogenesis and Glycolysis
16. Gluconeogenesis and Glycolysis - Regulation
17. Lipid Metabolism
18. Deamination of Amino Acids - The Urea Cycle
19. Purine Metabolism
20. Pyrimidine Metabolism
22. Pentose Phosphate Pathways - Pathway II
23. Photosynthesis in the Chloroplast
24. Photosynthesis - Regulation
25. Night-Life in the Chloroplast
26. Basic Photosynthesis
27. Photosynthesis - Calvin Cycle
28. Folic Acid Metabolism
29. Folic Acid Reactions
30. Folic Acid and Early Chemotherapy
31. Isoprene Metabolism
32. Products of Isoprene Metabolism
33. Heme Metabolism
35. ATP and Histidine Interrelationships
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
TRANSCRITION IN BACTERIA
Transcription is the synthesis of RNA from DNA. As the first step in the expression of the genetic material, it is clearly a very important one. This is underscored by the fact that this step is frequently regulated.
There are three major classes of RNA in the cell.