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 Topics: lipids: these are fats
o Define lipids
o Define different lipids
o Define different structure of lipids (simple to complex)
1-2 o Define sources of different lipids
o Define fatty acids
o Triacylglycerols

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 Each student must perform simple experiment base on his/her discussion

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 Topics: protein & amino acid (AA)
o What are proteins?
o Different proteins
o Different structures/parts of proteins
o Sources of proteins
o What are AAs?
3-5 o Classification of essential & non-essential AAs
o Sources of E-AAs, & Sources of NE-AAs
o Draw & discuss Structures of AAs
o How AAs bond or link from each other to form protein
o Show how to name AAs using the table (UCAG)

For laboratory:
 Each student must perform simple experiment base on his/her discussion

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 Topics: enzymes (biological catalysts)
o Define specific terms for enzymes
o Define enzymes
o Functions of enzymes
o Structures of enzymes
o Classes of enzymes (body human enzyme, review digestions)
6-8
o How enzymes act as catalysts. Give example/s
o What is coenzyme function in catalysis?
o Kinetic of enzymatic catalysis
o Michaelis-menten kinetics (review the equation)

For laboratory:
 Each student must perform simple experiment base on his/her discussion

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 Topics: vitamins
o Define vitamins
o Discovery of vitamins
9-10 o Sources of vitamins (review plants)
o Structures of vitamins
o Define water soluble vitamins (give examples)
o Define non-soluble water vitamins (give examples)
o Absorptions of both water and non soluble water vitamins (ways)
For laboratory:
 Each student must perform simple experiment base on his/her discussion

For lecture:
 Topics: nucleic acids-DNA & RNA
o Review cell parts (emphasize more on nucleus)
o Briefly discuss the parts of nucleus
o Define what is DNA & RNA
o Define and differentiate nucleotide bases for DNA & RNA
11-13 o Define structures of nucleic acid, DNA & RNA
o Define sugar in DNA
o Draw and discuss DNA double helix
o Discuss deeply the nature of nucleotides complimentary

For laboratory:
 Each student must perform simple experiment base on his/her discussion

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 Topic/s: metabolism of carbohydrates
o Review digestions
o Review what carbohydrates are
o Explain the process of glycolysis and hexose monophospahte
14-16
o Discuss citric acid cycle (discuss the steps deeply)
o ATP counting

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 Each student must perform simple experiment base on his/her discussion

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 Metabolism of lipids:
o Review digestions
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