1.What is biology and medicalbiology?
2.The main branches and theresearch methods in medical biology;
3.The relationship betweenmedical biology, cell neology and life science.
Chapter 2. Chemicalcomponents of cells
1.Organic molecules inside thecells
2.Inorganic molecules insidethe cells
3.The composition of the organic molecules and their functions
Chapter 3. Biomembrane and cell surface
1.Components and structure ofbiomembranes
2.The concept of cell junctionand adhesion molecules
3.The compositions ofextracellular matrix and their functions
Chapter 4. IntracellularCompartments and Protein Transport
1.The concept of EndomembraneSystem
2.The characteristics andfunctions of two different types of ER.
3.The main function of Golgicomplex
4.The concept and characteristicsof the subtype of lysosome
5.The composition and functionof ribosome
6.The main process of proteintransportation
Chapter 5. CellNucleus and Chromosomes
1.The main parts and functions of cell nucleus
2.The structure and functionof the nuclear envelope
3.The main composition andfunction of cell nucleolus
4.The concept of chromosomeand chromatin/chromosome
5.How does the longer DNAmolecular pack into the chromatin?
6.The characteristics ofeuchromatin and heterochromatin
Chapter 6. Mitochondria andenergy transformation
1.The structure ofmitochondria
2.The process of oxidativephosphorylation
3.The origin of mitochondria
Chapter 7. Cytoskeleton and Cell Mobility
4.Three types of cytoskeletalfilaments and their functions
5.How to assemblemicrotubules?
7.The basic unit of the actin filamentand its assembling process
8.The basic unit of the IFsand its assembling process
Chapter 8. Cell-Cycle andCell Division
1.What is the cell cycle?
2.Cell Cycle Checkpoints(START, G1/S checkpoint, G2/M checkpoint, M checkpoint)
3.Mitosis and Meiosis
4.The main characters ofdifferent phases in mitosis and meiosis
5.The structure of mitoticspindle
Chapter 9. CellDifferentiation
1.What is cell differentiation?
2.What makes cellsdifferentiate?
3.The conception of Celldetermination
4.The character anddifferences between totipotent cell, pluripotent cell and multipotent cell
5.The character and concept ofstem cells
Chapter 10. Cell senescence and apoptosis
6.The conception and characters of cell senescene
7.The conception and characters of cell apoptosis
8.The differences between cellsenescene and cell apotosis
Medical biology is the study of life and the foundation of allscientific principles and designed for all medical students who are pursuing a degreein medicine. Through class interactions, students will learn the structure andfunction of organisms at different levels such as molecular and cellular levelsand finally comprehend the organisms. Using lab practices and introducing newresearch findings, we can enhance students’ academic knowledge and utilize itto the maximum in an effort to expand their knowledge of biological theories. Atthe same time, we also want our students to keep in touch with new researches,new concepts and new theory system in biological field and finally put theminto practice in future clinical study.