Cell biology is a scientific discipline that studies cells, structurally and functionally, and uses them for applications in biotechnology.
She is interested in the cellular ecosystem, that is to say in the dynamic and self-regulated balance of cellular functions, in a normal or disturbed context. The field of cell biology concerns a multitude of coordinated chemical reactions and fine regulatory mechanisms between millions of micro and nanoscopic constituents. These constituents ensure the architecture and functioning of the cell in the long term.
Here you will learn about cell types, functions of different cell organelles: cell nucleus, mitochondria, plasma membrane, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi bodies, ribosomes, lysosomes, nuclear membrane, nucleolus, material nuclear or chromatic lattice.
I have designed this course to be easily understood by students of all skill levels. in this course, we will discover together, what is a cell, what are the types of cells and what are the main functions of the different cell organelles.
This course will serve as a review guide for high school biology students or students of the faculty of biology, medicine.
In this training, you will have to solve several exercises in cell biology.
These are exercises and MCQs in cell biology that touch on almost all of the content that students should be able to understand for their exams.
The exercises are classified into three categories in order of difficulty: beginner, intermediate and advanced.
Each exercise contains either a definition, direct questions, multiple-choice questions, or a statement that will get you started in solving the problem.
The exercises offered to come in different forms.
1. Basic exercises to make sure you know the cell (its types)
2. Exercise on the chemical composition of the cell
3 Exercise on the different cell organelles as well as exercises on their roles and functions.
It is preferable for you to already have a minimum of basic knowledge of cell biology to be able to solve the exercises.