Basics on Cell Biology | Cell Tissues & Functions | Biology
What you'll learn
- 1) The concept of cell and its discovery
- 2) Detailed definitions of unicellular and multi cellular organisms.
- 3) Shape, size and number of cells in a particular organism
- 4) Difference between plant and animal cell
- 5) The three important components of cells- cell membrane, cytoplasm and cell organelles
- 6) Structure and functions of membrane bound cell organelles
- 7) The concept of tissues
- 8) Different types of tissues based on the organism- plant tissue and animal tissue
- 9) Different types of plant tissue- Meristematic, simple permanent, complex permanent
- 10) Functions of plant epidermis
- 11) Different types of animal tissue- Nervous, muscular, connective and epithelial tissue.
- Basic knowledge about Biology
- An interest in knowing more about Biology
Cell biology deals with the smallest unit of life. This course contains explanatory videos on cells, tissues, atoms, molecules and many more. At the end of every video you can revise your concepts with fun filled exercises.
This course consists of video sessions with basic animation for better visualization and understanding.
At the end of every session you can answer the fun filled exercises which will help you to revise your concepts well.
On completion of this course, you will be able to answer all the questions from the chapters Cells and also tissues.
You will also get a clear understanding of all the functions of both cells and tissues.
Cell biology is the study of cell structure and function, and it revolves around the concept that the cell is the fundamental unit of life. Focusing on the cell permits a detailed understanding of the tissues and organisms that cells compose. Some organisms have only one cell, while others are organized into cooperative groups with huge numbers of cells.
On the whole, cell biology focuses on the structure and function of a cell, from the most general properties shared by all cells, to the unique, highly intricate functions particular to specialized cells. There are several main subfields within cell biology. One is the study of cell energy and the biochemical mechanisms that support cell metabolism. As cells are machines unto themselves, the focus on cell energy overlaps with the pursuit of questions of how energy first arose in original primordial cells, billions of years ago.
Another subfield of cell biology concerns the genetics of the cell and its tight interconnection with the proteins controlling the release of genetic information from the nucleus to the cell cytoplasm. Yet another subfield focuses on the structure of cell components, known as subcellular compartments.
Cutting across many biological disciplines is the additional subfield of cell biology, concerned with cell communication and signaling, concentrating on the messages that cells give to and receive from other cells and themselves. And finally, there is the subfield primarily concerned with the cell cycle, the rotation of phases beginning and ending with cell division and focused on different periods of growth and DNA replication. Many cell biologists dwell at the intersection of two or more of these subfields as our ability to analyze cells in more complex ways expands.
In line with continually increasing interdisciplinary study, the recent emergence of systems biology has affected many biological disciplines; it is a methodology that encourages the analysis of living systems within the context of other systems.
In the field of cell biology, systems biology has enabled the asking and answering of more complex questions, such as the interrelationships of gene regulatory networks, animal tissue, plant tissue, evolutionary relationships between genomes, and the interactions between intracellular signaling networks. Ultimately, the broader a lens we take on our discoveries in cell biology, the more likely we can decipher the complexities of all living systems, large and small.
On understanding this, you will be able to take your learning in biology further and study the various organ systems.
As a soon to be Biomedical student/graduate I've learned a lot from this course. It has brought so much light and detailed explanations on specific topics, it made the basics a lot more relatable to further understand and be able to fully explain. For somebody studying or wanting to venture into the medical field I would really recommend this course for detailed proper insight. To every person involved...THANK YOU. - Lesego Kgothatso Rantsho
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