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(August 1, 2020)

Welcome to the web page that contains links to a selection of videos associated with BIOL 3702 and BIOL 3702H, the lecture course for Microbiology taught by Dr. Cooper in the Department of Biological Sciences at Youngstown State University.  Many of the linked videos presented here are used in lecture.  A separate web page contains links to laboratory-related videos.  

These video links are presented to help students enhance their understanding of the lecture material, and perhaps to entertain students as well.  Certainly, students should use these videos in their study efforts. 

The sources for some of these videos include Crash Course, Amoeba Sisters, Bozeman Science, and McGraw-Hill Animations, and McGraw-Hill Higher Education.  Others were simply collected from reliable and authentic sources.  As other notable and relevant videos are discovered, pertinent links will be added to this web page.  Students may wish to check back periodically.

Notice!  Many of these videos linked on this web page are the copyrighted property.  Other videos linked herein are available to the general public via the internet and vary in copyright.  Regardless, the videos posted herein are solely for educational purposes of students enrolled in BIOL 3702/BIOL 3702H and others who are interested in the microbiological sciences.  Videos that are copyright protected, though posted here, should never be copied, directly distributed, or otherwise used without permission of the copyright holder.

All original material contained in the web page is the intellectual property of Dr. Cooper.  Students and instructors of all educational institutions are welcome to “borrow” any of the original materials (NOT copyrighted materials provided the same restrictions for the distribution of this material required of the laboratory component of this course are followed.

Please report any “broken” links to Dr. Cooper.

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

·      How Big is Big?

·      Gram Staining

·      Micro-Biology: History of Science

·      How did life on Earth begin?

·      Origin of Life – Scientific Evidence

·      Abiogenesis

·      The Three Domains of Life

·      Endosymbiotic Hypothesis

·      Endosymbiosis

·      Endosymbiosis

·      Essential Characteristics of Life

Chapter 3

·      Bacteria

·      Prokaryotic Cell Shapes

·      Bacteria Cell Model

·      Cell Membrane

·      Fluid Mosaic Model

·      Membranes/Transport

·      Simple Diffusion

·      Diffusion Across a Membrane

·      Facilitated Diffusion

·      Active Transport

·      Group Translocation

·      Co-Transport

·      Membrane Transport

·      Lysis of E. coli 

·      Magnetic Bacterial Dance

·      Bacterial Motility

·      Bacterial Chemotaxis

·      Swarming [Pub]

·      Spirochete Motility

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

·       The Archaea

·      Archaea

·       Archaea and the Tree of Life

·       Why Don’t Archaea Cause Disease?

·      Eukaryotic Cell Model

·      Cellular Organelles

·      Lysosomes

·      Endocytosis/Exocytosis

·      Phagocytosis

·      Endosymbiosis

·      DNA Packing

·      Prokaryotes vs. Eukaryotes

·      Eukarya

·      Fungi

·      Protists

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

·      Viruses

·      Virus Entry

·      Enveloped Virus Release

·      T4 Phage Replication

·      Phage Lysis of E. coli

·      Lytic vs. Lysogenic Cycles 

·      Prion Disease

·      Viral Replication

·      Binary Fission

·      Exponential Growth

·      Bacterial Cell Cycle

·      Bidirectional Replication

·      Biofilm Formation

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

·      Bdellovibrio Life Style

·      Bdellovibrio attacking E. coli

·      What did he say!?!?
[Never to be mentioned at a polite society’s dinner party!]

·      Cell-Wall Antibiotics

·      Protein Synthesis Antibiotics

·      Antiviral Agents

·      HIV Replication

·      HIV Treatment

·      Antimicrobial Resistance

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

·      NADH Oxidation/Reduction

·      Enzymes

·      Biochemical Pathway

·      How Enzymes Work

·      Competitive vs. Non-Competitive Inhibition

·      Feedback Inhibition

·      ATP and Respiration

·      Glycolysis 

·      Krebs Cycle

·      Bacterial Electron Transport System

·      Proton Pump

·      Eukaryotic Electron Transport System

·      Cellular Respiration

·      Photosynthesis

·      Photosynthesis

·      Photosynthetic Electron Transport

·      Photosynthesis and Respiration

·      Cyclic vs. Non-Cyclic Photophosphorylation

Chapter 12

Chapter 16

·      Calvin Cycle

·      Peptidoglycan Biosynthesis

 

Review of the Central Dogma

·       DNA Structure and Replication 

·       Transcription/Translation

·       DNA Structure

·       DNA Replication

·       Bidirectional Replication

·       Transcription: mRNA Synthesis

·       tRNA Function

·       Translation

Lecture Videos

·      Thymine Dimers

·      Base Substitution Mutation

·      Addition-Deletion Mutation

·      Horizontal Gene Transfer

·      Transposition

·      Conjugation

·      Rolling Circle Replication

·      Hfr Conjugation

·      Transformation

·      Lytic vs. Lysogenic Cycle

·      Generalized Transduction

·      Specialized Transduction

Chapter 19

·      Classification

·      Phylogenetics

Chapter 27

·       Symbiosis: Mutualism, Commensalism, and Parasitism

·       Ecological Relationships

·      Myxococcus xanthus preying on E. coli

Chapter 32

·      The Immune System

·      Innate Immune System

·      Complement

·      Phagocytosis

·      Inflammation

Chapter 33

Chapter 34

·      Adaptive Immunity

·      Cellular Immunity

·      Immune Response

·      Antibodies

·      Epitopes

·      Antigen Presentation

·      Antigen Processing

·      Antibody Diversity

·      Clonal Selection

·      Cytotoxic T Cell Killing

·      Type I Hypersensitivity

·      Type II Hypersensitivity

·      Type III Hypersensitivity

·      Type IV Hypersensitivity

·      Interferon Activity

·      Superantigen

·      Meet Your Microbiome!

·      How Bacteria Rule Over Your Body – The Microbiome

Chapter 35

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