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After performing the measurements the students individually i. Student is able to apply the laws of physics to description of physical phenomena.
Entropy and free enthalpy. Lecture and laboratory 1. A properly prepared report should consist of the following elements: You are not logged in log in. Elements of physics – lab ELFPr http: Student is able to describe physical properties and functions of a living cell and some subcellular organelles. Structure, functions and physical properties of some biologically important molecules.
The resting and the action potential. A detailed listing of experiments is presented on the webpage of 1st Physical Laboratory.
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Student is able to describe and analyze the origin of electrical properties of living cells. Walker, “Podstawy fizyki”, t.
The final grade is based on an average calculated from the individual grades including possible 2. Additional information registration calendar, class conductors, localization and schedules of classesmight be available in the USOSweb system:. Student is able to measure physical quantities characterizing some processes occurring in living organisms. Student is able to explain physical and chemical functions performed by some molecules and structures constituting a living cell.
In accordance with the 1st Physical Laboratory Regulation both colloquia and reports are graded from 5. Cell structure and its basic functions. Student applies thermodynamic considerations to processes in cells.
Atkins, Chemia fizyczna, PWN. Each student is expected to perform a specified number of experiments comprising such topics as mechanics, heat and particle physics, electricity and magnetism, reir and modern physics.
Additional information registration calendar, class conductors, localization and schedules of classesmight be available in the USOSweb system: In case of a negative grade the student is not admitted to the experiment until he passes the colloquium in place and time fixed with the statytyczna.
Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Informatics. Molecules in living cell.
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The experiments are being performed in two-person teams. Biothermodynamics Quantitative description of random processes. The aim of the course is to acquaint students with the physical description of the selected processes at the molecular level in fizyja living cell. Basic information of neural networks. This course is not currently conducted!
Student describes the principles of operation of some molecular motors. Synapses and their role in the processing of information in the nervous system. Relationship between diffusion and viscous friction.
Electrical properties of tissues and cells. Student explains the importance of the action potential in the process of transmission of information. Student describes such phenomena as diffusion, osmosis, and membrane potential in terms of thermodynamics. Based on available instructions and recommended literature the students have to prepare themselves before approaching any experiment.
In order to get a pass, each student must is satisfy the following necessary conditions: Transport through cell membrane. Experiments are ascribed to the students depending on the statystycznaa of hours planned for their major: Propagation of the action potential along axon.
Laboratory time devoted to one experiment is three class hours.