Lecture PDFs and PowerPoint files...


With the increased availability of broad-band internet access, I have decided to make the Powerpoint files available via the WWW or CD-R*, allowing students to browse/print the lectures at higher quality than provided by web-sized PDFs. However, I will not provide technical support for PowerPoint...

Note: Since these files are being prepared several weeks before classes begin, some changes in the order of presentation/content may occur during the semester. If major changes are involved, I will try and upload revised versions of the files.

*Copies of the files on CD-R will be placed on reserve at Marriot Library.

Three versions of each " lecture" are provided:

"PDF" Portable document format file that can be opened and printed with Adobe Acrobat Reader. Provided with three slides per page and space for notes. A free Acrobat reader can be downloaded here... (Note: the files distributed via WWW have been compressed and are of lower quaility than those on the CD-R in Marriot Library).

"Complete" PPT An unabridged Powerpoint file with all PPT animations, as shown in class (PPT 2002 or PPT for XP required).

Note that the "complete" PPT files will not play correctly on older versions of PPT or the free PPT viewer. I do not know if they will play on the newest Mac versions of PPT, or how they will play using the Office 2002 run-time for IExplorer (see below).

"Inverted" PPT versions are flattened (PPT animations are replaced by key intermediates) with white backgrounds to facilitate printing (these should open and print correctly with older/Mac versions of PPT, though some fonts might not format correctly on Macs). Although very similar to the presentations shown in class, some slides may be changed or re-formatted during "flattening."

Due to the large file size, downloading the files from the web is only recommended for those with broad band access. Others may obtain the files from CD-R placed on reserve at Marriot library.

Powerpoint viewer 2007 with limited capabilities is available from Microsoft. Install and use Microsoft products at your own risk. I do not provide technical support.

Note that text may not be displayed in the original font if the files are opened directly into your browser. For best results, save the file to your local disc and open in the appropriate Powerpoint application.

These PPT files are provided with no warranty or promise of technical support...



Lecture(s)
PDF
"Complete"
"Inverted"
1-2: Intro to cells, organelles, and microscopes...
3: Chemistry...
4: Amino acids and proteins...
5-6: Lipids and membranes...
7-8: Carbohydrates, energy and enzymes, glycolysis and the citric acid cycle...
9-10: Mitochondria and oxidative phosphorylation; chloroplasts and photosynthesis...
11-12: DNA structure, function, and replication....
13: Transcription, gene organization, and gene expression in prokaryotes and eukaryotes...
14: Molecular cloning techniques...
15: Translation...
16: Protein targeting...
17: Secretion and membrane proteins...
18: Vescile traffic...
19: Endocytosis and phagocytosis...
20: Intro to the cytoskeleton; actin in muscle and non-muscle cells...
22: MTs and flagellae...
23-24: Cell proliferation, the cell cycle, and cell division...
25: Cell communication and signal transduction...
26: ECM and cell junctions; differentiation and cell renewal...