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    • #3329
      DocPhD
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      Hi everyone. I’m having trouble finding good figures to explain the detailed structure of amphiphilic molecules such as glycerophospholipids, sphingolipids, phosphatidylinositols, phosphatidylcholine, and sterols to a group of high school students taking an early college course in Biology. If anyone knows where to find some without breaking copyright laws (because I would like to post them online) please let me know. Thanks.

    • #38404
      Dr.Stein
      Participant

      Like this one? 🙄

      You will NOT break the copyright laws if you write where you got to in your reference 8)

      Don’t you think that this topic is not too hard for them? Because I do think so… 😕

    • #38413
      DocPhD
      Participant

      Yes, I think the topic is way too hard for them, but I’m just a TA. I’m talking it over with the guy who designed the curriculum. Thanks for the suggestion; I didn’t even think of just referencing the material….duh.

      By the way, thanks for the image.

    • #39544
      blindcat35
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      i ‘ve used …i think if we use this fig to train it isnot simple
      student in vietnam do not have almost dont know the way to use it
      it is so bore !!!!!!! wuold any body want to have fig protein or any mole… database !! plz contact me

    • #39604
      Dr.Stein
      Participant

      blindcat35: So you come from Vietnam? Are you a student or teacher? In which grade? I am interested on comparing curriculum between my country and other countries. Thank you.

    • #39690
      blindcat35
      Participant

      oh ! iam a teacher but vietnam teacher education and student and pupil somtime is not well !! so when i teach biology to use advance fig it is not available
      i wish i cuold teach advance bio in future
      ! thank Mr Stein !

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