This page is
originally authored by
(© Jan 2000) and is still under continuous update.
The page has been modified with permission and supplemented with new material by
(© Jan 2000).
Here is (or will be...) a catch-all of illustrations, handouts, class problems, and demonstration
outlines from biochemistry classes.
Goodies marked CA (or ca)
were contributed (or modified) by Claude Aflalo.
- BGU STUDENTS: Using these pages
may turn to be useful for succeeding in your studies. They are provided in
English (as are your textbooks) on purpose: most the biochemical
literature is. Make sure to fully understand both the spirit and the text
PC users may download the Babylon program (an on-line English-Hebrew
Goodies marked OPG are links to Other
People's Goodies that might be useful, and by all means highly recommended.
TEACHERS: Please download and use anything that looks useful. Please request permission from the copyright owners Gale Rhodes or Claude Aflalo (items marked accordingly) to use these resources in your teaching. Here's
Attention STUDENTS and TEACHERS: for detailed learning tips,
a visit to the
- Learning Strategies in Biochemistry,
- Lab Tips, and
- Student Led Discussion, as well as
- Other general Learning and Teaching Resources
pages is highly recommended for deeper and more efficient learning.
- Last, but not least, don't miss the
Biochemistry howlers depicting the most common misconceptions in the field, fed
and propagated by your textbooks!!! (compiled, explained and rectified by Athel Cornish-Bowden).
|OPG Excellent pages can be also found in a project to develop web-based educational materials for teaching
biochemistry of metabolism in studio format. By Joyce Diwan.
A general map for Metabolism.
Signal transduction pathways
Humoral (hormonal) control of carbohydrate metabolism and its physiological effects in different organs.
A glossary of unusual terms emerging in (organized) cellular metabolism.
- OPG Beyond individual enzymes and their linear gathering: Metabolic Control Analysis (MCA or how 1 + 1 differs from 2)
|OPG The Great Experiments are short essays explaining many of the classic experiments of the 20th century that have contributed most significantly to our understanding of biology at the molecular and cellular level. A powerful, empowering experience providing first hand historical perspective. The project initiated and continuously developed by Ergito, a new company dedicated to propagate web-based educational materials for Molecular and Cell Biology, was founded by Benjamin Lewin, a former editor of Cell.