Alberto Calderon, Spain

Alberto Calderon, Spain

Here cotton is an important crop shaping the local social character… because it’s closely linked to family farming. These are small ventures… and thanks to the cotton farms, small villages have survived in the Guadalquivir River Basin in Andalusia. This crop has made it possible for people to remain on their land and live from […]

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Biochemistry Part 1; Carbohydrates, Lipids & Proteins

Biochemistry Part 1; Carbohydrates, Lipids & Proteins

Hello! This is the first presentation reviewing basic biochemistry. The focus here is on the carbohydrates, the complex lipids, and proteins, each formed by dehydration synthesis. So let’s quickly review what I showed you earlier. Here is the anabolic synthesis of a polymer, involving removal of a molecule of water. The reaction of course is […]

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Stop saying you don’t have time to exercise

good morning good afternoon could even whatever time of day I watching this video this is dr. Eric talamanca with IEM approach where we inspire equip motivate people to discover God’s great potential in them and take action with our action you are not going to get to the results that you want there are […]

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Proteins | Organic Chemistry | Chemistry | FuseSchool

In this video you will learn that proteins are natural polymers made up of amino acids and we find out why they have to be an essential part of our diet For healthy living proteins need to make up about 10% of the food we eat Plant seeds such as cereals, nuts, pulses (beans) are […]

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BB 314 – Protein Membrane Asymmetry Animation

[Funky music] Thus far in lecture, we’ve been talking about membrane proteins and the types that are possible within a lipid bilayer. However, what if you don’t know what type of membrane protein you have. This animation is here to show you one type of technique we can use to determine if a membrane protein […]

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