Protein Synthesis Animation Video - YouTube
Amino acids and protein, cell function, cell anatomy, cell membranes, chromosome structure, diffusion, DNA structure, replication, transcription, translation, evolution, glycolysis, Golgi apparatus, meiosis, mitochondria, mitosis, pH, photosynthesis, water.
PROTEIN SYNTHESIS: ANIMATION - Google Groups
Course Content: Biology 122 focuses on the molecular level of vital life processes. Students first study how organisms grow and pass along characteristics to future generations. The processes of mitosis, meiosis and protein synthesis are explored in some depth. Students then investigate the details of Mendelian genetics, inheritance, genomics and the tools and techniques of modern genetic engineering. Diversity and natural variation are investigated as a reflection of the theory of evolution and its mechanism of natural selection. Students learn about the way in which genes change and impact the survival and reproduction of wildlife populations over periods of time. Continuing on from Biology 112, the nervous, endocrine and reproductive systems are explored in detail, with particular attention given to their relationship to overall homeostasis. Throughout the course, the complexity and continuity of life is demonstrated through the molecular basis of heredity, adaptation and regulation.
Hair grows from your head, nonstop, day in and day out. The cells of your hair follicles somehow generate all of the protein that make up this hair. How is this protein created? The answers to these questions are DNA replication and protein synthesis. The activity in this section places you within the cell, involving you with the processes of DNA replication and protein synthesis.