B.SC BIOTECH I (THINK-TANK)

Instrumentation and Computer Course

Section – A General principles; buffers, electroanalytical methods: potentiometric and conductometric; photometry; Nature and stability of biochemical metabolites,physical/chemical/biological techniques metablites, physical/chemical/biological techniques used in assay of biotechnology products, Principles and application of analytical instruments in biotechnology. Section – B Chromatographic methods of separationgel permeation, ion exchange,reverse phase and affinity chromatrography, HPLC and FPLC: Centrifugation; radiotracer …

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Development Biology

Section A Plant development, plant versus animal development, development of plant embryo, development of seeding, shoot apex organization vegetative and floral apex, root, shoot,leaf and flower development Programmed cell death, ageing and senescence. Section B Genes and their role in devlopment, signal tranduction in development, cell division cycle, cytoskeleton, cell adhesion and the extracellular matrix: …

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Cell Biology

Section-A The cell structural Organisation : Development of cell theory, Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic cells, the nucleus and cell cycle(Mitosis and meiosis). The ultra structure of the cytoplasm-the cytoskeleton, microtubules, microtubular, organelles, microfilaments, the Endomembrane system, nuclear envelop, endoplasmic reticulum & Golgi complex, membrane organelles, mitochondria, chloroplast, lysosome, peroxisomes. Section-B Transport Across Cell Membrane: Molecular organization …

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Biochemistry-I

Section-A 1. Concept of life and living processes : The identifying characteristics of a living matter. 2. Cell membrane System and Cell wall : Cell Membrane and its Organization; Elementary idea of cellular constituents : Nucleus, Mitochondria, Golgi bodies, Endoplasmic reticulum, Lysosomes and Micrabodies; Bacterial and Plant Cell walls. Section-B 1. Important properties of water, …

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