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Introduction to Cell Biology TBBE5000_EN

Code : TBBE5000_EN

Credit : 3

Type of course : lecture

Outcome : written exam (no test, but essay with questions)

Time of lectures : 1000 - 1140 on Fridays

Place : Student Room A. 101. in Ecology Buliding

Teacher : Dr. Ibolya Revák Markóczi PhD, Associate Professor



Final exam: on 15. december at 1000 Student Room A. 101. in Ecology Buliding



Student book :

  • DAVID HILLIS, MAY BERENBAUM, CRAIG HELLER, DAVID SADAVA (2014): LIFE. The Courier Companies, USA

Themes of written exam :

  1. Concept of the cell. Comparison of procaryote and eucaryote cell.
  2. The endosymbiosis theory. Comparison animal and plant cell.
  3. Biogenic elements.
  4. Biogenic and abiogenic component in living organism. Water and its biological importance.
  5. Osmosis and diffusion.
  6. Colloid systems.
  7. Biological importance of lipids.
  8. Carbohídrates and its biological importance.
  9. Amino acids. Structure and fuction of proteins
  10. Nucleotides.
  11. Nuclein acids. Structure and function of DNA. Chromosomes.
  12. Concept and types of mutation. Mutagenics.
  13. Types of RNA in cell.
  14. Metbolism in cell. Differences between procaryote and eucaryote cells.
  15. Enzymes as byocatalyzers.
  16. Place and process of photosyntesis in cell.
  17. Biosynthesis of nuklein acids. Genetic code. Central dogma of molecular biology.
  18. Genes. Gene regualtion.
  19. Protein synthesis.
  20. Carbohydrate catabolism.
  21. Cytoplasm.
  22. Membranes in cell.
  23. Membran transport in cell.
  24. Nucleus and citocentrum.
  25. Cell cycle. Mitosis and meiosis.