Mitochondria – Jodi Nunnari (UC Davis) September 28, 2019 Tags:atp, eukaryotes, evolution, Evolutionary Biology (Field Of Study), mitochondria, Mitochondrion (Gene Group), organelles, prokaryotes Related Posts Conversations in Bioethics 2016: Making Families William Miller : Early Life & Conversion | Episode 3 | Lineage Unusual Sources for Genealogy About The Author John Henderson 3 Comments Jay Doyle Very interesting. Thank you. April 30, 2018 Reply Mike Lu You know what? The lecture delivered by this lady makes sex aroused strongly with me! I love this lady! November 23, 2018 Reply Victor Suarez Hello Jodi Nunnari,Thank you very much, the video was interesting. I am a retired carpenter and I am putting together a biology lab and would like to study mitochondria.I have taken classes for a biotech degree and infilled my Swiss cheese like knowledge of biology, chemistry and math. (I also took a cooking class).Could you recommend books and or other media that would speak to mitochondrial genesis, how the other molecules are absorbed and used by mitochondria, the most up to date information and something on methods and protocols for the study of mitochondria in the lab,.diagram of and where each protein is coded for, an actual genetic sequence and anything on protein folding and that environment, transport of protiens into the mitochondria. Is there somewhere I could obtain the two charts you had in the video, especially a wall size chart of the one in the background. ill get a copy of Alberts unless you could recommend something else. August 19, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.