DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14483/23464712.18604

Publicado:

2022-03-21

Número:

Vol. 17 Núm. 1 (2022): v17, n1, 2022

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ARTÍCULOS

A importância do modelo de monocamada lipídica da membrana plasmática de archaea para o ensino de biologia celular no brasil

The importance of a lipid monolayer model of archaeal membrane to cell biology courses in brazil

La importancia del modelo de monocapa lipídica de la membrana plasmática de archaea para la enseñanza de la biología celular en brasil

Autores/as

  • Andrey do Nascimento Vieira Institute for Molecular Evolution, University of Düsseldorf
  • Alice Sampaio Barreto da Rocha Fundação Oswaldo Cruz https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0839-306X
  • Manuel Gustavo Leitão Ribeiro Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brasil

Palabras clave:

Enseñanza superior, Educación científica, Biología, Material de referencia, Medios de enseñanza (es).

Palabras clave:

Ensino Superior, Educação científica, Biologia, Material de referência, Meios de ensino (pt).

Palabras clave:

Higher education, Science education, Biology, Reference material, Teaching aid (en).

Resumen (pt)

Em Biologia, a célula é considerada a unidade funcional dos seres vivos. Seus constituintes são fundamentalmente material genético, citoplasma e membrana plasmática. Estes três componentes estruturais exercem, dentre outros papéis biológicos, reprodução e manutenção celular, suporte à atividade metabólica e manutenção da barreira físico-química. Portanto, para a compreensão da fisiologia e estrutura celular, é imperativo o estudo dos processos em que esses componentes estão envolvidos, que nos cursos de ensino superior são abordados principalmente nas disciplinas de Biologia Celular e Molecular. Grande parte do conteúdo dessas disciplinas é dedicada ao estudo da estrutura, composição e evolução da membrana plasmática, muitas vezes referida de forma genérica como membrana celular. Em alguns clados em Archaea, um dos três domínios da vida, a membrana celular promove características fisiológicas únicas que permitem o sucesso evolutivo de tais grupos e sua sobrevivência em ambientes inóspitos para outras formas de vida. Nestas células, as membranas plasmáticas diferem estruturalmente das membranas dos domínios Bacteria e Eukaria por se organizarem em monocamada, apresentarem variações no tamanho das cadeias carbônicas alifáticas, nas ligações carbono-carbono e possuírem componentes estruturais exclusivos, como por exemplo os Glicerol-dialkil-glicerol-tetraéteres (GDGTs) e os Arqueóis. Infelizmente, pouca importância é dada ao domínio Archaea nos cursos que são oferecidos a alunos de Ciências Biológicas. O objetivo deste trabalho foi compilar informações sobre a membrana de Archaea e suplementar o atual repertório literário usado para o ensino dos módulos referentes à membrana plasmática nas disciplinas de Biologia Celular e Molecular no Brasil.

Resumen (en)

In Biology, a cell is a functional unit of living organisms. Its constituents are mainly genetic material, cytoplasm, and the cell membrane. These three structural components play, among other biological roles, cell reproduction and maintenance, support of a metabolic activity, and maintenance of the physical-chemical barrier. Therefore, to understand a cell structure and its physiology is imperative to study the processes in which these components are involved. In Brazilian higher education, these topics are mainly addressed in Cellular and Molecular Biology subjects, but most of the contents focused on studying the structure, composition, and evolution of the plasma membrane, often referred to generically as the cell membrane. In some clades in Archaea, one of the three domains of life, the cell membrane promotes unique physiological characteristics that confer the evolutionary success of these groups and their survival in environments inhospitable to other lifeways. In these cells, the plasma membranes differ structurally from the membranes of the Bacteria and Eukarya domains which are organized in monolayers, presenting variations in carbon aliphatic chains size, carbon-carbon bonds, and have exclusive structural components such as Glycerol-dialkyl-glycerol-tetraethers (GDGT’s) and Arqueols. Unfortunately, little importance usually occurs to the Archaea domain in the chairs offered to Biological Sciences students. The objective of this work was to compile information about the Archaea membrane and enrich the current literary repertoire used to teach the modules related to the plasma membrane in the disciplines of Cellular and Molecular Biology in Brazil.

Resumen (es)

En Biología, la célula se considera la unidad funcional de los seres vivos. Sus componentes son fundamentalmente: material genético, citoplasma y membrana plasmática. Estos tres componentes estructurales desempeñan, entre otras funciones biológicas, la reproducción y el mantenimiento celular, el soporte de la actividad metabólica y el mantenimiento de la barrera fisicoquímica. Por tanto, para comprender la fisiología y estructura celular, es imperativo estudiar los procesos en los que están involucrados estos componentes. En el ámbito de la educación superior brasileña, estos temas se tratan principalmente en las disciplinas de Biología Celular y Molecular. Gran parte del contenido de dicha disciplina se dedica al estudio de la estructura, composición y evolución de la membrana plasmática, a menudo denominada de forma genérica como membrana celular. En algunos clados de Archaea, uno de los tres dominios de la vida, la membrana celular promueve características fisiológicas únicas que permiten el éxito evolutivo de dichos grupos y su supervivencia en ambientes inhóspitos para otras formas de vida. En estas células, las membranas plasmáticas se diferencian estructuralmente de las membranas de los dominios Bacteria y Eukaria porque están organizadas en una monocapa, presentan variaciones en el tamaño de las cadenas de carbono alifáticas, en los enlaces carbono-carbono y tienen componentes estructurales únicos, tales como tetraéteres de glicerol-dialquil-glicerol (GDGT) y arqueoles. Desafortunadamente, se le da poca importancia al dominio de Archaea en los cursos que se ofrecen a los estudiantes de Ciencias Biológicas. El objetivo de este trabajo fue recopilar información sobre la membrana de Archaea y complementar el repertorio literario actual utilizado para la enseñanza de módulos relacionados con la membrana plasmática en las disciplinas de Biología Celular y Molecular en Brasil.

Biografía del autor/a

Manuel Gustavo Leitão Ribeiro, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brasil

Es licenciado en Ciencias Biológicas (Genética, en 1999 y Licenciado, en 2002) por la Universidad Federal de Río de Janeiro. Obtuvo una maestría (2002) y un doctorado (2006) en Ciencias Biológicas (Biofísica) en el Instituto de Bifísica Carlos Chagas Filho de la Universidad Federal de Río de Janeiro, tras haber realizado una pasantía de doctorado en el Comissariat à l'Energie Atomique, en Grenoble (Francia) (2003). Hizo una beca postdoctoral en el Instituto de Biofísica Carlos Chagas Filho de la UFRJ (2007 a 2008). Actualmente es profesor adjunto y coordinador de la licenciatura en ciencias biológicas de la Universidad Federal Fluminense. Tiene experiencia en Biofísica, Bioquímica y Epistemología con énfasis en: 1) homeostasis del cobre en levaduras; 2) estudio de los mecanismos colinérgicos involucrados en la enfermedad de Parkinson; 3) investigación en la enseñanza de las ciencias, con el objetivo de identificar los obstáculos epistemológicos que interfieren en el aprendizaje y la construcción de conceptos en Biología. Actualmente también desarrolla estudios encaminados a la elaboración de actividades para la inclusión de estudiantes con discapacidad intelectual y TDAH en las escuelas ordinarias. Es miembro del Grupo Interinstitucional e Interdisciplinario de Estudios en Epistemología (GI2E2). Es miembro colaborador del Curso de Postgrado en Neurociencias y miembro permanente del Curso de Maestría Profesional en Diversidad e Inclusión (UFF).

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Vieira, Andrey do Nascimento, Alice Sampaio Barreto da Rocha, y Manuel Gustavo Leitão Ribeiro. 2022. «A importância do modelo de monocamada lipídica da membrana plasmática de archaea para o ensino de biologia celular no brasil». Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias 17 (1):74-89. https://doi.org/10.14483/23464712.18604.

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Vieira, A. do N., Rocha , A. S. B. da . y Ribeiro, M. G. L. (2022) «A importância do modelo de monocamada lipídica da membrana plasmática de archaea para o ensino de biologia celular no brasil», Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias, 17(1), pp. 74–89. doi: 10.14483/23464712.18604.

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A. do N. Vieira, A. S. B. da . Rocha, y M. G. L. Ribeiro, «A importância do modelo de monocamada lipídica da membrana plasmática de archaea para o ensino de biologia celular no brasil», Góndola enseñ. aprendiz. cienc., vol. 17, n.º 1, pp. 74–89, mar. 2022.

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Vieira, A. do N., A. S. B. da . Rocha, y M. G. L. Ribeiro. «A importância do modelo de monocamada lipídica da membrana plasmática de archaea para o ensino de biologia celular no brasil». Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias, vol. 17, n.º 1, marzo de 2022, pp. 74-89, doi:10.14483/23464712.18604.

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Vieira, Andrey do Nascimento, Alice Sampaio Barreto da Rocha, y Manuel Gustavo Leitão Ribeiro. «A importância do modelo de monocamada lipídica da membrana plasmática de archaea para o ensino de biologia celular no brasil». Góndola, Enseñanza y Aprendizaje de las Ciencias 17, no. 1 (marzo 21, 2022): 74–89. Accedido diciembre 2, 2022. https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/GDLA/article/view/18604.

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Vieira A do N, Rocha ASB da, Ribeiro MGL. A importância do modelo de monocamada lipídica da membrana plasmática de archaea para o ensino de biologia celular no brasil. Góndola enseñ. aprendiz. cienc. [Internet]. 21 de marzo de 2022 [citado 2 de diciembre de 2022];17(1):74-89. Disponible en: https://revistas.udistrital.edu.co/index.php/GDLA/article/view/18604

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