This course covers the material of content category 2A of the official MCAT exam content outline.
From the smallest to the largest order, biological systems organize themselves into collections of molecules that together make up the structures that form cells. These cells continue to organize themselves into tissues and later organs, making up entire multicellular and multisystemic organisms. These arrangements of nigh unfathomable complexity represent a continuous challenge to those dedicated to the study of molecular and cellular biology.
In this course, the student will be given an overview of the assemblies of different molecules, cells, and tissues. For optimal comprehension, the student should be familiar with the basic concepts of college-grade biology and chemistry.
I am enjoying the lectures. I have two, very minor issues. 1. They are a bit too "granular". Some are so short as to prevent you from digesting the material as it is presented. 2. On several occasions, the questions were not covered in that segment but rather in the next!
Thank you, Dt. Cornwall, for this chapter!!! It was very useful and finally, with the help of your tips, mnemonic and your awesome teaching style, I could understand the process!
Really liked Enough chemistry to explain it / not more Shows that she is passonate about the subject
Thank you so much It was great I enjoyed watching these videos