1. Lesson 1. Elemental composition of living organisms. Water.
2. Lesson 2. Carbohydrates.
3. Lesson 3. Lipids.
4. Lesson 4. Amino acids, peptides and proteins.
5. Lesson 5. Nucleotides.
6. Lesson 6. Integration and control of metabolism.
7. Lesson 7. Glycogen synthesis and metabolism
8. Lesson 8. Glycolisis, gluoconeogenesis and the pentose phosphate pathway.
9. Lesson 9. The citric acid cycle.
10. Lesson 10. Oxidative phosphorylation.
11. Lesson 11. Synthesis and oxidation of fatty acids.
12. Lesson 12. Amino acid oxidation.
13. Lesson 13. Genes and chromosomes.
14. Lesson 14. DNA and RNA metabolism.
15. Lesson 15. Protein metabolism.
Plagiarism will make you to fail the presented work/exam with a mark of 0.
To pass the course, your mark in each exam must exceed 4 over 10 and you must obtain at least a 5 when adding all the marks.
- Students with a partial exam mark smaller than 4 over 10 must make some additional questions about the first 8 lessons in the final exam to achieve the minimum mark needed to pass the course.
- Students with a partial exam mark between 4 and 5 over 10 can do these additional questions if they want.
- In both cases, the maximum attainable mark for these additional questions will be 5 over 10.
Only students with a final mark (seminars + written report + partial exam + final exam) smaller than 5 over 10 may take a remedial exam, in which the maximum attainable mark will be a 5 over 10. Continuous assessment mark will not be added in this case.