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Trying to increase success in biology? Check out Mr. W's interactive biology curriculum, 🤍. You won’t believe how much biology you — or your students — will learn. HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS: Have your school purchase a license so all of your students can access our interactive tutorials. Learn more and sign up for a free trial at:🤍 COLLEGE PROFESSORS: Help your students master the most complex topics in biology, with interactive tutorials about DNA replication, photosynthesis, immunity, cellular respiration, and so much more. Learn more and sign for a free trial at: 🤍 STUDENTS: We’ve got interactive tutorials, flashcards, AP Bio practice FRQs, videos, and more songs. Sign up at 🤍 For $29.95 you get a full year's access. BUY THE BIOMANIA BIOLOGY APP: 🤍 A music video that teaches about the structure and function of cell membranes. Lyrics: If you're in a cell's cytoplasm, heading outside, Your last stop's a barrier, 8 nanometers wide, The cell membrane: our subject for today It's as basic to life as DNA It's Selectively permeable, like a border patrol of a country it maintains control. Selecting what leaves or what gains entry It's a guard, bouncer, watchman, patrolman or sentry. But not just a guard, it sends signals in nerves White blood cells use their membranes to eat germs like hors d'oeuvres, Membranes have receptors, enzymes and junctions, So what kinds of structure can have all these functions? CHORUS C-E double L, "Mem" B-R-A-N-E Controlling transport selective permeability Phospholipids, Carbohydrates, Proteins and Cholesterol The Fluid Mosaic Bilayer in us all So let's take a look at what makes up the membrane, Phospholipids rule this domain, In fact membrane structure emerges directly from phospholipids' chemical properties. There's a head and a tail on every phospholipid, The tail's two long chain fatty acids Bound to a glycerol, it's made to order The tail's non-polar hydrophobic fears water The head's got a phosphate, it's charged negatively, makes the head hydrophilicplays in water happily So tail avoids water while the head's attracted to it, When phospholipids form the membrane that's how they do it. Cause when phospholipids into water get submerged, A phospholipid bilayer structure will emerge The tails hang together in a water free zone, Hear their hydrophobic moan, "water leave me alone!" While the heads are sticking out touching all those H2Os Tails in, heads out, it's how every membrane goes Tails in, heads out, in a cellular sphere, It's the bilayered basis of membranes everywhere. CHORUS But a cell membrane's not just a phospholipid scene There's cholesterol, carbohydrates, lots of proteins. In fact, membrane proteins have a presence so great, that they often exceed the phospholipids by weight. And all of these components are in constant motion, Moving, mixing like a boiling potion, Flowing like dancers in a party in Pasaic That's why the membrane's thought of as a fluid mosaic. Let's start with proteins since they're key in this mix. Transmembrane proteins span the entire width. Typically they're portsthink of channels or conveyors, For things that don't go through the lipid bilayer. Any protein embedded in the hydrophobic middle Built right into the inside is considered integral While peripheral proteins either hang on the exterior, Or inside on the cytoplasmic interior. Cholesterol keeps membranes flowing with ease, In cold it keeps the lipids moving so they don't freeze, In heat it slows the lipids down limiting their traveling, Cholesterol: it keeps membranes from unraveling Membrane carbohydrates work as markers or signs So your immune system knows which flag your cells are flyin' The blood types AB, O, and B and A Are about the carbohydrates on red blood cell membranes. CHORUS
Access Mr. W's interactive biology curriculum, 🤍. You won’t believe how much biology you — or your students — will learn. HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS: Have your school purchase a license so all of your students can access our interactive tutorials. Learn more and sign up for a free trial at:🤍 COLLEGE PROFESSORS: Help your students master the most complex topics in biology, with interactive tutorials about DNA replication, photosynthesis, immunity, cellular respiration, and so much more. Learn more and sign for a free trial at: 🤍 STUDENTS: We’ve got interactive tutorials, flashcards, AP Bio practice FRQs, videos, and more songs. Sign up at 🤍 For $29.95 you get a full year's access. BUY THE BIOMANIA BIOLOGY APP: 🤍 LYRICS I'm a little red blood cell heading for the heart, The inferior vena cava's where my journey starts, My O2 level's low 'cause I gave it the muscles in the legs when you were running it was powering your hustle Now I'm in the right atrium, chamber number 1, All your blood comes here, doesn't matter where it's from, superior vena cava drained the arms and head, It's deoxygenated blood, cherry dark red! I pass through a valve when the atrium contracts, This valve's got two names, here are the facts. You might know it as right atrio-ventricular Or tricuspid if you want to be particular CHORUS Pump it up! Pump it up! I see your heart throb Pump it up! Pump it up! Let me do my job Pump it up! Pump it up! Improve your condition, 'Cause oxygenation is my mission. Now to the next chamber right ventricle I pass, I'm suffering I'm still low, in oxygen gas, Right ventricle contracts I'm heading for the lungs, Through the pulmonary valve, I first get flung, Now my location is the pulmonary artery, Which branches right and left toward the system respiratory, Through smaller arteries to a lung capillary Where CO2 goes out of me and oxygen goes into me, I feel so great, I'm oxygenated And I'm flowing to the pulmonary vein I'm elated, Cause I'm heading back to the heart as its thumpin', To the left atrium as the heart keeps pumpin' CHORUS Left atrium sends me through the left a-v valve, Left Atrio-ventricular or bicuspid valve, To the left ventricle, which when it contracts, sends me through the aortic valve putting me on track, To go to the aorta, the biggest artery, from there to any artery and any capillary Maybe liver, bones, muscles, kidneys, brain, small intestines, Wherever I go I'll give up oxygen, And pick up some CO2, and go into a vein, and I'll find myself in the vena cava again, then back to heart to repeat this story 'Bout our journey through the system circulatory, CHORUS Main points: can't be over-rated Right side of the heart's deoxygenated Left side has blood full of oxygen, Repeat that til you know it now say it again. Right side blood: deoxygenated Left side blood: oxygenated Chambers on the top: atria Chambers on the bottom: ventricles Biggest artery is the aorta, Vein that brings blood to the heart the vena cava and if you want more questions to review click the link for circulatory system rap 2
This rap was created for a 6th-grade science classroom to teach about the different parts of a cell. With its catchy rhythm and rhymes, students of all learning styles and abilities will be able to learn about cells and their functions while having fun! Visit my Bandcamp Page to Purchase Cells Cells: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram and Twitter: 🤍emilycrapnell Visit my website at emilycrapnell.com for life updates, writing projects, and more! "Cells, Cells" Original Rap by Ms. Quitmeyer- Legal name now changed to: Emily Crapnell Today's the day were gonna learn about the cell If I teach it okay, you'll know it very well So listen up 6th graders- -no room left for haters- let's talk about the building blocks of life- cells that make us. Chorus: Cells, cells they're made of organelles Try to pull a fast one, the cytoplasm gels The nucleus takes over controllin' everything The party don't stop 'till the membrane blocks the scene Inside the vacuole we can float around for hours Running round with chloroplasts, lovin' sunlight showers Cells, cells, they're made of organelles First things first, there's two different types- animal and plant cells that make up all life. The little things that make up microscopic cells, The main structures- yeah, we call them organelles. Now let's break it down and get some information- How do cells work? It's a crazy combination! -Chorus- The cell membrane is the border patrol, Who can cross over? The membrane lets 'em know The gooey stuff inside, is called the cytoplasm It holds the organelles- don't worry, plasm-has 'em! In the middle of the cell you'll find the big brain, The nucleus surrounded by nuclear membrane Don't forget the vacuole filled up with water It's a basic need for life when this rap keeps getting hotter! -Chorus- The mitchondria's something every cell needs, Breaking down the food and releasin' energy. There's a place inside the cell where chemicals are stored, the squiggly golgi bodies, releasin' even more. Yo hangin' in the cell is endoplasmic reticulum, synthesizin' enzymes for respiration, and um... If you still think that this rap is whack, remember ribosomes making proteins gettin' jacked! -Chorus- Lookin at the plant cell, weird and green two more parts is all it takes you see? Cell wall knows what's up when it comes to keepin' structure Strong with cellulose, this cell can't get much tougher. C-H- L-O- R-O Plast, These little green machines are havin' a blast Photosythenisizing- filled with chlorophyll -they hit the cell club, runnin' up a high bill- -Chorus- Creative Commons License Cells Cells - Parts of the Cell Rap by Emily J Crapnell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Splitting up is complicated! Which amazing process will win: Mitosis or Meiosis? The END OF THE UNIVERSE Song: 🤍 SUBSCRIBE for more: 🤍 Bandcamp: 🤍 iTunes: 🤍 Follow us: 🤍WhaleWatchMePlz and 🤍MitchellMoffit Inspired by Epic Rap Battles Of History Check out Gunarolla's Channel: 🤍 Lyrics by Mitchell Moffit, Gregory Brown and Rachel Salt Track by Andrew Gunadie Get the AsapSCIENCE BOOK: 🤍 LINKS TO FOLLOW US Instagram - Greg (🤍 Mitch (🤍 Twitter - Greg (🤍 Mitch (🤍 Snapchat - Greg (whalewatchmeplz) Mitch (pixelmitch) FOLLOW ASAPSCIENCE Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Vine: Search "AsapSCIENCE" on vine! Send us stuff! ASAPSCIENCE INC. P.O. Box 93 Toronto P, Toronto, ON, M5S2S6 Created by Mitchell Moffit (🤍mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (🤍whalewatchmeplz). LYRICS You want to take on Mitosis? Let me get your diagnosis It says you’re half the man I am And all your raps are necrosis Yeah I’m so perfectly perfect In all my careful divisions Creating identical versions While you’re “Oh I’m so different” Don’t talk to me! You’ve been around the block too many times And your duplicate splitting is constantly spitting out Four daughter nuclei? Don’t be jealous cause I’m sexy And I got two sets of phases I like to mix DNA up When I’m entering my prophase stages! You’re like your parents kid Just like a clone You see this chromosomal genetic combination’s mine own! I’m independent My chromosomes don’t need any pairs At the end there’s only 23 So your mom and dad can share and make Life! Yeah I’m the one that Gives you your offspring Though my genetic variance can create arrogance DNA’s changing from New York to Beijing... Sure, if it weren’t for you I wouldn’t have kids But if I wasn’t here then you wouldn’t exist And those babies you keep bringing up? Awwww, real cute I’m the one that makes them grow So you can stop cleaning their puke!! You’re like telophase The only thing worth admiring is your cleavage I don’t want to give half of my chromosomes up What I’ve built in my nucleus is my achievement I’m like telophase too I like to kick back and unwind But I’m secretly Anaphase Pulling you apart from inside! I repair the whole body To make you grow big and strong If I wanted sex cells I would just ask your mom Hey – here’s a question! Maybe you have the answer Did you know you’re the main cause For a whole bunch of cancers? Yeah, your errors Cause a lot of conditions Ouch! Did that burn? Better call the physician Sorry! Can’t feel your burns As I can regrow skin I’ll repair tissue, build membranes To never let you in Whatever! I have Meiosis 1 And of course Meiosis 2 A way more complex process Making me way better than you Two successive divisions 4 perfect daughter cells Each one ends up haploid Is that your testes thanking me as well? And I was discovered first 1876 to be exact So I’m older and wiser than you And that is a fact My overabundance and detailed importance Makes me a bit more complex So my discovery required A lot more context I come from Walther Flemming’s Genius mind and observations Look at this cutie’s beard He’d give anyone stimulation Well one of my forefathers Had the hippest glasses and peach fuzz Gertwig was a hipster Before everybody was You see it’s me that makes the gametes So all of humanity can reproduce Gotta strive for diversity and progress So we don’t end up like you - a douche! Hey! Hey! Hey! Both our chromosomes Line up on the equator And we’re mostly stuck in interphase So let’s try not to be a haters When it comes to agreeing One thing we have at least is That both our epic journeys End in cytokinesis!
Een rap battle gemaakt door enkele zesdejaars van het Sint-Jozefscollege Aarschot naar aanleiding van Chrysostomos 2013. Hoewel er expliciet naar sommige leerkrachten verwezen wordt, is deze video enkel bedoeld ter entertainment van zowel leerlingen als leerkrachten. Wij wensen op geen enkele manier iemand te bespotten of zwart te maken. CAST Miss Saliën: Kobe Van Dijck Mister Veroeveren: Sam Ceusters: Mister Buvens: Jo Hendrix Awesome 'Ooh, it's on!'-kid: Klaas Verschueren CREW Directed and Edited by Florian Van Assche Written by Kobe Van Dijck, Sam Ceusters, Jo Hendrix, Klaas Verschueren, Florian Van Assche Beat Produced by Sam Ceusters Inspired by Epic Rap Battles of History: 🤍 youtube.com/ERB
TRYING TO INCREASE SUCCESS IN BIOLOGY? Check out Mr. W's interactive biology curriculum, 🤍. You won’t believe how much biology you — or your students — will learn. HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS: Have your school purchase a license so all of your students can access our interactive tutorials. Learn more and sign up for a free trial at:🤍 COLLEGE PROFESSORS: Help your students master the most complex topics in biology, with interactive tutorials about DNA replication, photosynthesis, immunity, cellular respiration, and so much more. Learn more and sign for a free trial at: 🤍 STUDENTS: We’ve got interactive tutorials, flashcards, AP Bio practice FRQs, videos, and more songs. Sign up at 🤍 For $29.95 you get a full year's access. BUY THE BIOMANIA BIOLOGY APP: 🤍 LYRICS: Welcome, I'm so happy you came by For a lesson 'bout the essence of b-i-o-l-o-g-y DNA's the topic, it's so fantastic, We talking 'bout Deoxyribonucleic acid If you've ever wondered 'bout development in elephants or bumble bees, coffee trees, well DNA's the recipe In its home in a chromosome in the nucleus DNA drives the bus, genetically controlling us In ferns and worms infectious germs, mommy's egg and daddy's sperm DNA's the information linking up the generations It's the code of life so listen up well, 'Cause DNA's the molecule in charge of every cell CHORUS DNA! Fantastic Deoxyribonucleic Acid We talking 'bout Deoxyribonucleic acid. DNA! Fantastic The shape is key and probably well known to you Double helix, twisted ladder, or a double corkscrew Imagine a twisted length of tape with deoxyribose sugars on the edges with phosphates Sugar phosphate sugar phosphate making up the sides of the ladder with nitrogenous bases on the inside with the bases like the rungs and together with deoxyribose sugar and a phosphate make a nucleotide Deoxyribonucleotides are the monomers link them up together for the DNA polymer Point three four nanometers marks the space between one nucleotide and the next one's place And for the helix to make one turn takes 10 bases in a row as you can discern Since space 'tween nucleotides is point three four, one turn takes nanometers three point four So stylish!, So slick! first described in fifty three by Watson and Crick and don't forget Franklin she took that famous X-Ray pic but she died so she never got her Nobel prize. CHORUS DNA! Fantastic Deoxyribonucleic Acid We talking 'bout Deoxyribonucleic acid. DNA! Fantastic The nitrogenous bases comes in one of four varieties, Known by the letters A, T, C and G A is for Adenine, Thymine's got the "T" C it stands for Cytosine and Guanine's got the "G" A and G with two nitrogen rings are purines C and T with one ring are pyrimidines C only bonds with G, A only with T Because like puzzle pieces they're complementary They fit together. snuggled up like hand and glove, like enzymes and substrates, like people in love A-T, C-G, matched up like lock and key Forming hydrogen bonds, either two or three. Hydrogen bonds, you know they aren't very strong, But they're enough to hold DNA together all day long The way the bases fit together couldn't be sweeter, they give DNA a width of two nanometers DNA's double stranded, looks pretty swell The strands' orientation is anti parallel With one standing up, the other on its head It's how they fit together, Crick and Watson said! CHORUS Sugars and phosphates make the backbone, the structure But the sequence of the bases is where you find instructions for Development of bodies and the cytoplasmic symphony, That constitutes life's miracle in goats and golden algae, Your sequence of bases is unique, a special batch, Unless you're an identical twin it's nowhere matched, And you can bet, that if you're not Jango Fett That you got no clone, no one like you's been known! Our bases comprise our individuality, You might have "A" where I might have a "G" Explaining why I'm bald and you got all that hair These differences can show up anywhere, COMPLETE LYRICS at 🤍
Download: 🤍 Lyrics: 🤍 Photosynthesis: 🤍 0:38 Glycolysis 1:47 Pyruvate decarboxylation 2:01 Kreb's Cycle (Citric Acid Cycle) 2:56 Electron Transport Chain 4:04 Regulation via allosteric inhibition of Phosphofructokinase (PFK) CORRECTIONS: The Electron Transport Chain is not a cycle. It is a linear process. Including the Prep Step, the Kreb's Cycle generates 8 NADH and 2 ATP per glucose.
What's a plasmid? A circle of DNA that scientists use to do amazing things. Learn more about plasmids in this science music video - inspired by "Beware" by Big Sean - explaining the applications of this biotechnology. Protocols for creating plasmids can be found on the Addgene Protocols Page: 🤍 and on the Addgene Blog: 🤍 More science raps by Cole & Erica: Cole - "DNA": 🤍 Erica - "That's Metal": 🤍 Video sponsored by Addgene - the nonprofit plasmid repository Special Thanks to the Doudna RNA Lab at UC Berkeley and Sandra Culliton for the use of her plasmid art (🤍 Want a video about your favorite science topic? Talk to us! 🤍 The social mediums: Facebook - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍
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Having trouble remembering the steps to the cell cycle? Here at Expii, we love thinking about new, fun ways to learn, and this is our latest adventure: making the cell cycle unforgettable, through song! We teamed up with Dwayne Reed, a creative Chicago teacher and rapper, to bring you a biology bop worthy of the Billboard Hot 100. Watch to the end to see how interphase, prophase, anaphase, metaphase, telophase, and cytokinesis work in harmony to help cell division. Give us a thumbs up and share if you liked this video, and leave us a comment below about how you were taught the cell cycle, and what you learned. Concept and Idea by Expii Song by Dwayne Reed Directed by Anthony Peduzzi Filmed by Ralph DiLullo Thanks to the Templeton World Charity Foundation for their support of this work. YOUTUBE EXPII EXAMINES PLAYLIST: 🤍 "A Different Way to Solve Quadratic Equations" 🤍 "Expii Explains: Pythagorean Theorem" 🤍 "Expii Explains: Pie on Pi Day" 🤍 TWEET THIS VIDEO: 🤍 Say hi on social: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 🤍 #Expii #CellCycleSong #BiologyRap We provide our videos for entertainment and promotional purposes only. It is your responsibility to evaluate the accuracy, timeliness, completeness, or usefulness of the content, instructions and advice contained in our videos. Expii is not liable for any loss or damage caused by your reliance on anything contained in our videos.
This is the science project/contest for school we did, and we ended up winning! Hope this explained asexual reproduction to you youngters out there!
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How can a blue-eyed child come from two brown-eyed parents? Find out in this science music video - researched, written, sung, directed, shot, and edited by 7th and 8th graders from The Nueva School in California. The song is a science-ified version of "No Type" by Rae Sremmurd. The SCIENCE RAP ACADEMY is an elective class where 7th and 8th grade students from the Nueva School meet twice a week to research science, write and record lyrics, then conceptualize, shoot, and edit a music video. The "Phenotype" team includes Pranav, Mavi, Dylan, Ayla, & Beckett. For inquiries, please contact Tom McFadden, teacher of the "Science Rap Academy", at tmcfadden at nuevaschool dot org.
Biology rap remix of "Black and Yellow" by Wiz Khalifa. I recorded it to help students learn and something to enjoy. I do not claim to own the pictures or the instrumental version in the background. The sole purpose of this video is for educational purposes only. I could have been more detailed, but just wanted to hit the basics so that anyone can listen and understand what is going on. Enjoy. If you enjoy the video or use it in your classroom, I'd like to hear from you! My other songs can be found at my channel at the following link! 🤍
In this rap I explain the structure of the heart so you can have it memorised for your exam. See the full rap on my main channel. #biology #chemistry #gcse #exams #rappingscienceteacher #rappingteacher #heart #heartstructure #experiments #homeexperiments
A rap for the organelles. Home boy. -LYRICS- Yo, 2010 is the year that I recorded this song. West side. The most thug organelle, as we can all agree, Is the one that produces all your ATP, When it comes to powerhouse, this one can't be beat Mitochondria's the only one to rise to its feet, Double membrane so you know it packs a punch, Shove you down to the pavement, and steal your lunch, When you hit up the gym, tryin' get lean and mean, You make ribosomes produce protein, So when you're rappin', lookin' buff and droppin' rhymes, You can thank ribosomes for structural enzymes, Now all these fresh protein need a place to go, Edoplasmic Recticulum makes them flow, Without this organelle, you wouldn't get very far, Ya owe a whole lot to the rough ER, Made of interconnected, flattened sacs, Connected to each other like sealing wax, The next organelle is clearly the phattest, Packaging new proteins is the Golgi apparatus, Orders around protein, so you know its boss, Its flattened sacs aren't connected all the way across, Next up you got your cell's recycling device, Breaks down old molecules and doesn't think twice, Enzyme containing, maintaining and sustaining, Lysosomes so gangster that they need chaining, Single membrane; don't need a backup plan, Eatin up molecules like a mob hit man, Now which organelle offers cell support, Cytoskeleton's the only one to have a retort, Lookin' like long fibers placed in a line, The strongest toughest organelle, by design, So who's got nutrients inside the cell, Housing molecules like a cheap motel, Cytosol is the only name that comes to mind, It'll beef with anyone if it's so inclined, Though mostly water, don't get confused when it roams, It contains polar molecules and ribosomes, The membrane's the defender; it's the thin red line, Protecting like a bullet from a smoking glock nine, Does a big job, even though its small, Controlling traffic through it like the Berlin Wall, Got a phosopholipid bilayer that's tough as nails, When matched with polar molecules, it always prevails, A cell would be worthless if it couldn't move, Cilia and flagella help it get that groove, Consisting of microtubules that make it speed, Build up momentum like a big stampede, Last organelle stays tough; won't decay, Storin' up information like DNA, The nucleus is the boss, the control center Not a follower of orders, it is the inventor, Got a nuclear membrane, complete with pores, Directs protein, takes names, and settles scores.
Julien Turner, 19, made a rap about cells to get extra credit for his biology class at Morehouse College in Atlanta.
Cell rap for biology class Lyrics: [Kyle] Robert Hooke was the first to discover the cell, when he first looked he couldnt tell. The term cell is still used in biology today, all living things are composed of these, people might say. Your cells have DNA, DNA makes your genes, and through transcription and translation genes code for proteins. All animals, plants, and protists, too, are made of cells with different jobs to do. Prokaryotes contain internal membranes, eukaryotes contain several, isnt that insane?! What structures do plant cells have that animals do not? This was what many scientists thought. [CHORUS][Jake] Insane in the membrane, keep my chemicals maintained, waste products in and out, in and out, of the membrane. These microscopic cells, Are keepin us well, and keepin us alive, 24/7, 3-65 [Chad]This rap aint about guns, drugs, or robberies, its about cells, this subject aint a democracy. We got Robert Hooke, hes the first master mind at work. Observing a cork, only to discover that he found the first cell, this dude is so brilliant you might think he can cast a spell. But dont forget kids, this aint a magic show, so dont be jumpin out yo seats cause these scientists got unlimited flow. So lets go study a magnificent thing called cells consisting of the nucleus, mitochondria, cytoplasm, and ribosome, these few things call the cell their home. [CHORUS] [Cody] The living cell has many parts, and you must know each one by heart. First the nucleus, control center of the cell, it contains genetic info, the central organelle. Hey, look there, its a ribosome. It produces lots of proteins and it functions alone. It makes most of the cells protein, they are found throughout the cell, many are unseen. Whats that clear fluid in the cell? Oh, the cytoplasm, another organelle. It holds all of the organelles in place, like the planets suspended in midair in space. Mitochondria is the next I choose, it makes energy for the cell to use. Its the powerhouse; it makes all of the food, it gives the cell energy which allows it to move. Golgi apparatus is the next to come, it looks like a chewed up piece of 5 gum. It sorts, modifies, and packages protein cells, The protein is then shipped off throughout the cell. [CHORUS] [Chad pt. 2] These rhymes are so precise, that its relevant to the cell theory, a fundamental concept, 3 steps to it make yo vision blurry, so dont scurry, let me preach it to you. For 1 all living things are composed of cells, cells are basic units of structure and function. I got this precise on scales, and dont forget new cells are produced from existing cells. This cell theory was completed without walking on nails, they go by the name of Rudolph Virchow. Dont ask me how he came up with these conclusions, its so scientific you might think I was Newton. Now listen closely because were moving on to DNA, with an important biologist ehhh, because Avery is Canadian and thats what they say. Discovering that nucleic DNA stores as well as transmits, genetic info from one generation to the next. Be ready for anything, because it could get intense. [CHORUS]
Why do I have an Enzyme rap? Let me tell you. I was in Cell Biology and Cell Biology lab in Spring semester 2013 with the incredible, shirt-switching, learning-loving, ever-entertaining, Ellen Brisch (class professor) and Shireen Alemadi a.k.a Greenie O' Blaze a.k.a My Twin because my leprechaun name is also Greenie O' Blaze (lab professor) at MSUM in Moorhead, MN. In Alemadi's lab, students ended up doing two group presentations over the course of the semester, and I ended up doing THIS particular rap in the first one. Brisch and Alemadi wanted me to record it, so I gladly have. And here it is. Probably not as great as when I originally did it in front of the class, but I think I ended up more than making up for that with the second presentation...but for now, feast your eyes on the Enzyme rap! -And thank you very much Matthew Hopper for recording this and editing!
I'm in love with your bonding orbitals. Support A Capella Science: 🤍 Subscribe! 🤍 A CAPELLA SCIENCE STUFF: Patreon: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Bohemian Gravity poster: 🤍 MP3: 🤍 Follow me 🤍acapellascience on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat! LYRICS: A dot isn't the best way to try to sum up how electrons come and go They are the states of a matter field that follows and equation that Dirac wrote The Schrodinger part of the whole equation will just lead In sub-c when it expands Now get that Coulomb and add it in with a proton And watch them start to dance As hydrogen it's like "Oh proton I feel your tug Central potential dip down pulling on me But I'm not falling in deep No that would break uncertainty" "Say oh Electrons move too much Slow down your pace and put that orbit on me Come on now follow my lead Come come on now follow my lead Orbitals take the shape they do As stable states of the quantum rules And when a one approaches two They combine and they're bonding Thus hydrogen as a rule Is found in nature as H2 Energy configuring a molecule Diatomically bonding Low high low high low high low high Diatomically bonding (x3) Energy cofiguring a molecule When orbitals take the shape they do 1/2 spin'll give a lepton a twin One up one down in the ground state With S and P in quadruple degeneracy The second shell can be filled up with eight The higher angular powers spread out like beautiful flowers In middle families they come into play Well here's a carbon with 6e This ain't nothing tricksy But we're gonna make some methane today With hydrogen it's like "Oh atoms I feel your tug Got my electrons bugged out pulling on me Come on now settle round me I'll hybridize to sp3" "Say oh Carbon here's touch Spread out 109.47 degrees Come on now follow our lead Come come on now follow our lead" Molecules take the shape they do Combining states of the quantum rules Like when a shell goes sp2 For sigma pi double bonding And as widely as their purview They spread out in the molecule Look at benzene in a ring they hold it true Aromatically bonding Low high low high low high low high Aromatically bonding (x3) Look at benzene in a ring they hold it true When orbitals take the shape they do Come bond with me baby, come bond (x8) Polymers take the shape they do Combining base-level residues Like RNA's ACGU Look they're hydrogen bonding! Peptides make a chain and group In beta pleat sheets and corkscrews With these secondary links they fold and move They're all over your body Come bond with me baby, come bond (x6) You're a chemical machine It's best you knew That molecules take the shape of you. Copyright 2017 Tim Blais and A Capella Science Original music by Ed Sheeran
Nov. 6, 2017: A McMinn County biology teacher is grabbing students' attention through music, including a science-based rap to the tune of a song from "Hamilton." More stories, here: 🤍 Subscribe to WBIR for exclusive content: 🤍 WBIR Channel 10 in Knoxville, Tennessee produces award-winning, community-centered content "Straight From The Heart" of East Tennessee. We strive to be good citizens, to do what is right, and to be fair and honest. We care. Follow WBIR on Social: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
Acids, bases, pH and neutralisation explained. I'm Matt Green and I drop GCSE science raps every Friday after 4pm #rappingteacher #science #gcse #exams #chemistry #tiktokteacher #acid #alkali #base #ph #neutralisation #centralc #ukrap #year10 #year11 #ShortswithCamilla
Try to increase success in biology? Check out Mr. W's interactive biology curriculum, 🤍. You won’t believe how much biology you — or your students — will learn. HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS: Have your school purchase a license so all of your students can access our interactive tutorials. Learn more and sign up for a free trial at:🤍 COLLEGE PROFESSORS: Help your students master the most complex topics in biology, with interactive tutorials about DNA replication, photosynthesis, immunity, cellular respiration, and so much more. Learn more and sign for a free trial at: 🤍 STUDENTS: We’ve got interactive tutorials, flashcards, AP Bio practice FRQs, videos, and more songs. Sign up at 🤍 For $29.95 you get a full year's access. BUY THE BIOMANIA BIOLOGY APP: 🤍 LYRICS I put this yummy gummy through a science experiment, That models what happens to a cell in an environment That's more watery than the cell is inside, And what I saw, came as no surprise, My gummy bear expanded quintupled in weight, My gummy expanded, an increase so great, So listen up as Mr. W explains this! It's all about osmosis! Osmosis is the diffusion of water, Across a membrane or a water-permeable border. Diffusing like all molecules in fluid situations, From higher to lower concentration. CHORUS OSMOSIS! H20 diffusing OSMOSIS! See that water oozing Hypotonic to hypertonic flow OSMOSIS! Let's go! Let's talk about our gummy, in osmotic terms, Hypotonic, hypertonic, isotonic are the words You can use to discuss water's watery diffusion, Learn 'em well, to avoid confusion. Hypotonic means higher water concentration And relatively lower solute concentration, Hypertonic is the opposite percent of water's less, With more solute dissolved inside, as you might guess So let's take these terms and apply them to our gummy bear, I'm looking at the package, and seeing what it says here, Each bear is mostly sugar with some other stuff mixed in, And holding it together is the protein gelatin So when you put a gummy in a cup of H2O It's readily apparent that the gummy is so Hypertonic to the water that it's in, and the water's hypotonic to our little gummy friend, And so through osmosis the water will diffuse, Into the gummy which soon will look so huge, The mass it gains is water which will infiltrate the gummy, Which one day later, is looking pretty funny CHORUS Next I took this freshwater plant, name is elodea It lives in lake and ponds never in the salty sea, In fresh water elodea cells are full and firm, It's all about osmosis as we're gonna confirm. See the cells are hypertonic to their watery exterior, So water will diffuse into the cell's interior, Expanding the membrane, pushing it against the wall, In fact you can't see the membrane at all, But add some salty water so the outside's hypertonic, And water leaves the hypotonic cells, it's so osmotic! Membrane leaves the wall, the cells' insides are scrunched. With the chloroplasts all stuck together in a bunch That's why at the grocery they always have that mister The water on the veggies helps to keep them crisper, Those droplets on the veggies are a hypotonic brew, osmosis moves the water in, the veggies look brand new. Dried fruit and beef jerky preservation is osmotic Their low water content makes the dry food hypertonic So any germs or molds that fall upon them lose their water And die and don't contaminate the dried food in the larder CHORUS Animal cells, in situation hypertonic Lose their water, shrink and shrivel look so sick But an animal cell in hypotonic abode Gains water and expands, eventually explodes 'Cause animals cells lack a wall, of course So nothing pushes back at the osmotic force, Water flows from hypotonic to the hypertonic cell, Which bursts cause the membrane can't stop the swell... Full lyrics at 🤍 VIDEO CREDITS: Osmosis Animation by Matt Kinahan 🤍 Elodea with chloroplast and Paramecium by Microscope Italy 🤍 Elodea Plasmolysis by biopathe vidéo 🤍
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A super fun rap about protein synthesis, an essential function in every living being! CORRECTION: Opsin proteins only allow you to see. Melanin proteins (the type and quantity of them) determine the color of the iris. Illustrations by Wanyan Feng Music by Justin Hwang code: pkdizsygosxwighnpfb
So a bit of context... A few weeks ago when my class did a lesson on phototropism and geotropism, my teacher said something along the lines of "write a song for all I care" when we were taking down notes. So I wrote a rap about the hormones topic. In this video we cover the uses of hormones within the menstrual cycle (Oestrogen, progesterone, LH, FSH) that you'll need to know for your 9-1 GCSE. We also cover Thyroxine, Adrenaline, Auxin and some other aspects of plant hormones. This is by no means all that you need to know though! This rap isn't fully comprehensive, but should serve as a good starting point! Be sure to check out my other videos for more revision content.
I had to do this rap for my biology class. Its on Mitosis and Meiosis..
Troy & James Productions LYRICS REFRAIN Mitosis, splitting of cells. IPMAT, cytokinesis, in a nutshell. The larger the cell, the more the waste. That is why, they divide with haste. Mitosis, splitting of cells. IPMAT, cytokinesis, in a nutshell. Dude I'm here to drop this Bio rap. I'm talking about cells, not that other crap. INTERPHASE The I in IPMAT stands for interphase. This is where it grows, but it ain't no phase. The steps are G1, S, and G2. This is cell growth, which forms into you. Grows once, replicates DNA, grows again. Transforms our bodies from boys to men. Sets up mitosis which is when a cell divides. 2 new cells are formed from the inside. REFRAIN MITOSIS The next steps of cell division are PMAT. These steps are a part of Mitosis, creatively. The first step is prophase which is the big P. The chromatin condense into chromosomes quickly. The nuclear envelope and the nucleolus hide. Spindle fibers form and the centrioles split side to side. The next part of mitosis is metaphase. This step is very short, and shouldn't take days. The chromosomes just meet in the middle. It is way more simple than playing the fiddle. The 3rd step, anaphase, is the start of the end. The chromosomes move apart and de-friend. Telephase is the last step of Mitosis. The cells are no longer together in closeness. The chromosomes which were distinct and condensed. Begin to disperse into a cluster that is dense. Each cluster of chromosomes and the nuclear envelope re-form. The spindle fibers break apart and no one mourns. You can tell that the process of Mitosis is finished. When the nucleoli become visible and are no longer diminished. REFRAIN CYTOKINESIS MISC. Two nuclei are formed as a result of mitosis. This process of splitting is called cytokinesis. Cytokinesis is the division of cytoplasm. It is actually quite easy for your brain to fathom. In animal cells they pinch together and split. In plant cells, a cell plate forms which is legit. In cancer, cells grow uncontrollably. They form tumors all over your body. REFRAIN
Cell Organelle Rap/Remix to a popular song. I recorded it to help students learn and something to enjoy. This is my 4th video. I may make more in the future. I do not claim to own the pictures or the instrumental version in the background. The sole purpose of this video is for educational purposes only. I could have been more detailed, but just wanted to hit the basics so that anyone can listen and understand what is going on. Enjoy. If you enjoy the video or use it in your classroom, I'd like to hear from you!
This is a Biology Rap about heart rate, breathing rate, and how exercise can vary them.
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Ryan Lund and John Schiele are back at it again with the help of Graison Sitenga. "ATP for 3" Focuses on Cellular Respiration and was made for extra credit for our biology class.
Photosynthesis Rap in AP Biology Mr Vessalicos Class