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Biological and Medical Physics

Biological and Medical Physics

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PHY 315 – Spring 2010

Welcome to Biological and Medical Physics
Prof. Liviu Movileanu E-mail: lmovilea@physics.syr.edu; Phone: 443-8078

Lecture 1 The Facts of Life 19th January, 2010

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We know the atomic-level structures of the most important biological macromolecules

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Lecture 1 3 .Illustration of Crick’s two great polymer languages Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .

Lecture 1 4 .The chemical structure of nucleotides Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .

Lecture 1 5 .The chemical structure of DNA Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .

The chemical structure of DNA Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 6 .

Genetic code Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 7 .

Idealizations of DNA Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 8 .

Idealizations of proteins Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 9 .

Lecture 1 10 .Idealizations of membranes Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .

Lecture 1 11 .The Escherichia coli idealization Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .

Idealization of a solution Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 12 .

Lecture 1 13 .Electron micrograph of a mitochondrion Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .

The network of membranes of a mitochondrion Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 14 .

The electron transport and ATP synthesis in the inner membrane Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 15 .

Lecture 1 16 .Mitochondrial division (fission) Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .

The chemical structure of DNA Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 17 .

Lecture 1 18 .The elastic spring model can be used in several ways Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .

EM image of a bacteriophage genome Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 19 .

Fundamental estimates in biological systems Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 20 .

Announcements Phillip & Kondev & Theriot’s Textbook Chapter 1: Why: Biology by the Numbers Pages 3-26 Copyright © Garland Science 2009 Copyright © Syracuse University 2010 Biological and Medical Physics .Lecture 1 21 .

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