NO, you cannot. Entirely different memory types. I could explain but a simple look at laptop memory sizes will explain it the best. Google is your friend; I HATE wasting my time with these when Google searches yield much, MUCH better results and only require you.
Also, on a standard, only Mac memory works in Macs. This is not always the case but, it is a good rule of thumb. Apple uses server memory primarily. Standard desktop PC's do not thus, memory from a mac won't work (usually) in a PC and vice-versa.