MIT 7.016 Introductory Biology, Fall 2018
Instructor: Barbara Imperiali, Adam Martin
View the complete course: https://ocw.mit.edu/7-016F18
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Professors Imperiali and Martin introduce themselves and the teaching team. Then after going over the organization of the course, they give students an overview of modern biology and topics that will be covered during the semester.
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Can someone please suggest which book covers most of the topics of general biology.
Thanks in advance.
14:14 FoxP gene
This is by far my favorite series of teaching, these are the most amazing teachers, and inspired me to get into medical lab science!
The human didn't evolve from the chimpanzee! Humans and chimpanzees evolved from a closely related common ancestor very different from both organisms.
White PPL still untrusted here…hmmmm
Use Max intelligence to avoid repeat…
I think my brains skeptic..nothing sticks till good pruf
Thank you very much for this.
I believe that etics is a major limiting factor for the progress in scientific research.
I just love professor Babara 's mastery of al the knowledge she presented and her absolutely fascinating enthusiasm.
The inaudible part is CRISPR/Cas referring to crispr cas9 mechanism of editing genes and DNA. Cas9 is the enzyme used for editing the genetic material if anyone is interested
This broad FAILS
These professors are really cool. They are not trying to compete or use bravado to showcase whom is more intelligent. I had some professors when I went back to a local university and the professors gave the vibe of competition, anger, and in some cases closed off verbal language and body language. What person could learn from an instructor or professor if they bully, demean, intimidate or make clear you suck as an individual to them. Odd behavior. I like how open and kind these professors appear.
Reading the fact that 1-2% code is for proteins made me take a pause. As a person with ehlers-danlos syndrome, which is caused by protein synthesis. Would this not be one of the easier things to solve for the public to solve?
Which textbook are they using?
The first few units have the similar curriculum as high school biology, but then immunology and microbiology topics are not covered in high school
Absolutely fabulous, it help me a lot in my master
First prokaryotes are not cyanobacteria. They are just one of the primordial bacteria which also include proteobacteria.
The woman is gaudy-haudy.