Exams are coming!
Get ready with premium notes and study guides!

All Educational Materials for BIOL 2020 at York University (YORKU)

  • 181 Results
  • About YORK

YORKBIOL 2020Terry KubiseskiSummer

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Acetyl-Coa Carboxylase, Cytochrome C1, Chylomicron

14 Page
21 Jun 2016
Metabolism is the process of how cells acquire energy, and transform, store and use it. Autotrophs are self-eating organisms, the use co2 with light to
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Terry KubiseskiSummer

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Zwitterion, Histidine, Hydrolysis

OC3689872 Page
21 Jun 2016
20
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Terry KubiseskiFall

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Acetyl-Coa, Coenzyme Q10, Succinic Acid

3 Page
15 Dec 2015
What is the key activator of glycolysis in liver: atp, glucose 6-phosphate, ca, acetyl coa, fructose 2. 6 bisphosphate. Sorry, i forgot that i did not
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020K WheatonFall

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cytochrome C, Radical Ion, Voltage-Dependent Anion Channel

3 Page
11 Feb 2013
34
Oldest mito ancestor and which one now has 97 genes. Vdac inner: impermeable to all ions, so use transporter shuttles. Passing electrons to fmn, electr
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020K WheatonFall

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Adrenergic Receptor, Signal Transduction, Cell Membrane

2 Page
11 Feb 2013
27
Ion channel linked receptors, g-protein linked receptors , enzyme linked receptions. And describe that class 3 e. g. which terminus is intra vs extrace
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020K WheatonFall

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dihydroxyacetone Phosphate, Galactose, Galactitol

3 Page
11 Feb 2013
29
Transport proteins, glucose-6-phosphate by hexokinase because g6p cannot enter cells, and it destabilizes glucose , use atp. Fructose-6-phosphate (isom
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020K WheatonFall

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Carbonic Anhydrase, Racemization, Isomerization

3 Page
11 Feb 2013
28
Describe each class: oxidoreductases, transferases, hydrolases, lyases, isomerases, ligases. Name of enzyme with and without a cofactor. 2 models, lock
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020K WheatonFall

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Amide, Polyacrylamide Gel Electrophoresis, Peptide Bond

3 Page
11 Feb 2013
28
Knowing the primary sequence of aa"s are good because (4) Most proteins are __ to __ in size. Describe the use of gel electrophoresis, type of gel, and
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaWinter

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ethidium Bromide, Glycosidic Bond, Acridine Orange

OC38251310 Page
24 Apr 2015
136
Label of entire molecule if more than 1 chiral center is by using the furthest chiral c from the c=o: disasteromers: non-mirror image isomers. Epimers:
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaFall

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

35 Page
29 Mar 2018
More pure the acid base pair the better it is reactivity/stability is important. Ha+a = . 1mol/l x . 1 l = ,01 eq 2. Body/cellular buffers: phosphate,
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Terrance KubiseskiFall

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Aliphatic Compound, Acrylamide, Acid Dissociation Constant

2 Page
11 Oct 2017
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

[BIOL 2020] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 27 pages long Study Guide!

27 Page
29 Nov 2016
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaFall

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

35 Page
29 Mar 2018
More pure the acid base pair the better it is reactivity/stability is important. Ha+a = . 1mol/l x . 1 l = ,01 eq 2. Body/cellular buffers: phosphate,
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

[BIOL 2020] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 27 pages long Study Guide!

27 Page
29 Nov 2016
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldWinter

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 41 pages long!)

41 Page
29 Mar 2018
Car(cid:271)s are di(cid:448)ided i(cid:374)to (1) monosaccharides: (ch2o)n where n= 3 to 7. Contain a single aldehyde or ketone; many hydroxyls. Typic
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 147 pages long!)

147 Page
29 Mar 2018
Complex of tubes is used to give cell structure & support organelles by holding them into place. Different types of cytoskeleton: microtubules: hallow
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

[BIOL 2020] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 27 pages long Study Guide!

27 Page
1 Dec 2016
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

[BIOL 2020] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (24 pages long)

24 Page
29 Nov 2016
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 129 pages long!)

129 Page
30 Nov 2017
Me(cid:373)bra(cid:374)e tra(cid:374)sport: u(cid:374)assisted me(cid:373)bra(cid:374)e tra(cid:374)sport: passive transport of particles. Diffusion on
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

[BIOL 2020] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (27 pages long!)

27 Page
5 Oct 2016
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

BIOL 2020- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 42 pages long!)

42 Page
5 Oct 2017
Bacteria and archeara: unicellular & lack nuclei- prokaryotes. Fungi: eukaryotes, obtain food from other organisms, have cell walls, could be single ce
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Terry KubiseskiSummer

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Acetyl-Coa Carboxylase, Cytochrome C1, Chylomicron

14 Page
21 Jun 2016
Metabolism is the process of how cells acquire energy, and transform, store and use it. Autotrophs are self-eating organisms, the use co2 with light to
View Document
View all (50+)

Trending

Frequently-seen exam questions from 2014 - 2018.
YORKWinter

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cabomba, Linear Regression

4 Page
23 Mar
Table 1: cumulative oxygen gas produced by cabomba every 2 minutes (0. 03 hours), under red light in a monometer. Time (hours) exp tube 1 trial 1 exp t
View Document

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Methylene Blue, Pressure Measurement, Pipette

4 Page
12 Mar 2019
The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
View Document

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Methylene Blue, Pipette, Pressure Measurement

4 Page
12 Mar 2019
The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
View Document

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Pressure Measurement, Standard Deviation, Null Hypothesis

2 Page
12 Mar 2019
Statistical analysis of the aquatic plant camboba caroliniana calculated by using the photosynthetic rates (ml o2 produced/g/hour). In a manometric sys
View Document

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Methylene Blue, Pressure Measurement, Pipette

5 Page
12 Mar 2019
The cumulative oxygen production (ml o2) of the aquatic plant, cabomba caroliniana under white light, is used to determine the photosynthetic rate (ml
View Document

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Plasmolysis, Optical Microscope, Pipette

6 Page
12 Mar 2019
Determining the minimum concentration threshold required for plasmolysis to occur in the. Aquatic plant rotala nanjenshan using a compound microscope.
View Document

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pressure Measurement, Confidence Interval, Standard Deviation

2 Page
12 Mar 2019
Statistical analysis of the aquatic plant camboba caroliniana calculated by using the photosynthetic rates (ml o2 produced/g/hour). In a manometric sys
View Document

BIOL 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chlorophyll, Photon, Chemical Equation

11 Page
12 Mar 2019
Effect of green light vs white light on photosynthetic rate of aquatic plant cabomba caroliniana. The photosynthetic rate measured by the cumulative ox
View Document
YORKFall

BIOL 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pressure Measurement, Pipette, Methylene Blue

2 Page
13 Feb 2019
Table 1: photosynthetic rates and oxygen production data collected for the aquatic plant, Cabomba caroliniana, exposed to a white light source. The con
View Document
YORKFall

BIOL 20102014_term_2_annotated

4 Page
31 Jan 2019
Sc/biol plant biology second term test (28 february 2014) page 1 of 4: ascogenous hyphae, cleistothecium, conidiophore, calyptra, mycorrhizae, trichogy
View Document
View all professors (8+)
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSpring

BIOL 2020 Lecture 2: bio 2020 all hand notes

35 Page
9 Oct 2017
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

BIOL 2020 Lecture 14: RECOMBINANT DNA TECHNOLOGY

2 Page
23 Nov 2016
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cell Adhesion, Intermediate Filament, Integrin

2 Page
28 Sep 2017
Cell-cell adhesions: cell adhesion molecules (cams): proteins located on cell surface involved in binding with other cells. Helps cells stick to each o
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSpring

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Faraday Constant, Electrochemical Gradient, Reduction Potential

4 Page
24 Jan 2018
** know the first slide w the diagram** Compounds from the cycle can be siphoned off to participate in other pathways. Acetyl-coa cannot go back to glu
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaWinter

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Reduction Potential, Cytochrome C Oxidase, Q Cycle

21 Page
29 Apr 2016
Review: etc creates a proton gradient that powers atp production. Glycolysis takes place in cytoplasm (outside of mitochondria) Pyruvate is transported
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaWinter

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Micelle, Double Bond, Ketone

15 Page
29 Apr 2016
Study of biochemistry emerged when someone produced urea in a lab setting when it was thought previously that it can only be produced in the human body
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaWinter

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Partial Pressure, Structure Formation, Heme

22 Page
29 Apr 2016
Amino acids are linked by peptide bonds through condensation reactions (water molecule produced) Polypeptides and peptides can be fragmented by: chemic
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSpring

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Thioester, Coenzyme A, Decarboxylation

7 Page
24 Jan 2018
Types of chemical reactions that occur in metabolism: (1) redox reactions. An enzyme that does the redox reactions has a dehydrogenase. A great deal of
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaWinter

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Pyrophosphate, Gluconeogenesis, Phosphoenolpyruvic Acid

17 Page
29 Apr 2016
R is the gas constant (8. 314472 j x k-1 x mol-1) Go" (as opposed to g) refers to the change in gibbs free energy at standard state: keq for the reacta
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaWinter

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Enol, Dihydroxyacetone Phosphate, Anabolism

18 Page
29 Apr 2016
Review: catabolic and anabolic pathways (*recording starts here*) This is what happens what lactic acid is oxidized. Electrons are transferred to elect
View Document
View all (100+)
YORKBIOL 2020K WheatonFall

BIOL 2020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Van Der Waals Force, Weak Interaction, Phospholipid

2 Page
11 Feb 2013
Water, weak bonds, and the generation of order out of chaos. Transient chemical interactions form the basis of biochemistry and life itself. Brownian m
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Terry KubiseskiFall

BIOL 2020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Diluent, Acid Dissociation Constant, Ionic Strength

11 Page
15 Dec 2015
In most laboratories, stock solutions are prepared by one person and the rest of the lab members prepare their experimental and reaction solutions from
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSummer

BIOL 2020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: .Rs

2 Page
23 Jul 2017
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020allFall

BIOL 2020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Affinity Chromatography, Enzyme Assay, Differential Centrifugation

3 Page
16 Nov 2012
Proteins must be separated from all other constituents of cell so their biochemical properties can be identified and characterized ; aka protein must b
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020K WheatonFall

BIOL 2020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Decimal Mark, Activation Energy, Endergonic Reaction

2 Page
11 Feb 2013
5. 1 enzymes are powerful and highly specific catalysts. Proteolytic enzymes catalyze proteolysis (hydrolysis of a peptide bond) Specificity of an enzy
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSummer

BIOL 2020 Chapter 3: class of biomolecules

2 Page
23 Jul 2017
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020K WheatonFall

BIOL 2020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Central Dogma Of Molecular Biology, Bond Energy, Deoxyribose

2 Page
11 Feb 2013
Goal of biochemistry: to know what it means to be alive at the molecular level and to understand how molecular manipulations affect the life the organi
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020K WheatonFall

BIOL 2020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Beta Sheet, Alpha Helix, Alpha And Beta Carbon

3 Page
11 Feb 2013
Bonds between r chains are tertiary structures. Multiple complex polypeptide chains are quaternary structure. 4. 1 primary structure: aa are linked by
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSummer

BIOL 2020 Chapter 2: chemical properties of water

2 Page
23 Jul 2017
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020allFall

BIOL 2020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Pyrrole, Porphyrin, Protoporphyrin Ix

4 Page
16 Nov 2012
Biol2020 : chapter 8 hemoglobin, an allosteric protein. Hemoglobin component of red blood cells; carries oxygen from lungs to tissues and contributes t
View Document
View all (10+)

Most Popular

Your classmates’ favorite documents.
YORKBIOL 2020Terrance KubiseskiWinter

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Uncompetitive Inhibitor, London Dispersion Force, Competitive Inhibition

10 Page
12 Sep 2013
There are a total of 10 pages of this exam. You are allowed to use a non-programmable calculator. For multiple choice: choose the best answer and indic
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

[BIOL 2020] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 27 pages long Study Guide!

27 Page
1 Dec 2016
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

[BIOL 2020] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (27 pages long!)

27 Page
5 Oct 2016
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldWinter

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 41 pages long!)

41 Page
29 Mar 2018
Car(cid:271)s are di(cid:448)ided i(cid:374)to (1) monosaccharides: (ch2o)n where n= 3 to 7. Contain a single aldehyde or ketone; many hydroxyls. Typic
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

[BIOL 2020] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 27 pages long Study Guide!

27 Page
29 Nov 2016
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Terrance KubiseskiWinter

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pyruvate Dehydrogenase, Acetyl-Coa, Pyruvate Carboxylase

9 Page
12 Sep 2013
There are a total of 9 pages of this exam. This includes 1 reference page with a table of reduction potentials and the standard free energy change equa
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Terrance KubiseskiFall

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Aliphatic Compound, Acrylamide, Acid Dissociation Constant

2 Page
11 Oct 2017
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Terry KubiseskiSpring

BIOL 2020 Midterm: Midterm 2 notes

31 Page
9 Jul 2016
Carbohydrates are the major source of fuel for most organisms. Functions: role in metabolism, structural (major component of the cell wall), component
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Terry KubiseskiFall

BIOL 2020 Study Guide - Final Guide: Acetyl-Coa, Coenzyme Q10, Succinic Acid

3 Page
15 Dec 2015
What is the key activator of glycolysis in liver: atp, glucose 6-phosphate, ca, acetyl coa, fructose 2. 6 bisphosphate. Sorry, i forgot that i did not
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaFall

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

35 Page
29 Mar 2018
More pure the acid base pair the better it is reactivity/stability is important. Ha+a = . 1mol/l x . 1 l = ,01 eq 2. Body/cellular buffers: phosphate,
View Document

Most Recent

The latest uploaded documents.
YORKBIOL 2020Terry KubiseskiFall

BIOL 2020 Midterm: BIOL 2020 Midterm 1

4 Page
16 Oct 2018
Freeenergychangedg ministrants aaisauaaetnataescri. esspontaneity on ve spontaneous oaiue enaergoniccrequiresenergpetsses sa. rs i on o equilibrium q r
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldWinter

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 41 pages long!)

41 Page
29 Mar 2018
Car(cid:271)s are di(cid:448)ided i(cid:374)to (1) monosaccharides: (ch2o)n where n= 3 to 7. Contain a single aldehyde or ketone; many hydroxyls. Typic
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Emanuel RosoninaFall

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

35 Page
29 Mar 2018
More pure the acid base pair the better it is reactivity/stability is important. Ha+a = . 1mol/l x . 1 l = ,01 eq 2. Body/cellular buffers: phosphate,
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldFall

BIOL 2020- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 147 pages long!)

147 Page
29 Mar 2018
Complex of tubes is used to give cell structure & support organelles by holding them into place. Different types of cytoskeleton: microtubules: hallow
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSpring

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ubiquitin, Primase, Silent Mutation

13 Page
24 Jan 2018
The hershey-chase experiment: phage (virus with bacteria), grew phages on radioactive e. coli, the phages that come out are radioactive. Took the e. co
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSpring

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Faraday Constant, Electrochemical Gradient, Reduction Potential

4 Page
24 Jan 2018
** know the first slide w the diagram** Compounds from the cycle can be siphoned off to participate in other pathways. Acetyl-coa cannot go back to glu
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSpring

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Thioester, Coenzyme A, Decarboxylation

7 Page
24 Jan 2018
Types of chemical reactions that occur in metabolism: (1) redox reactions. An enzyme that does the redox reactions has a dehydrogenase. A great deal of
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSpring

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Leucine, Pentose, Phosphopantetheine

8 Page
24 Jan 2018
Lecture 11: metabolism of fatty acids and lipids. About 2-3% of a(cid:374) a(cid:448)erage hu(cid:373)a(cid:374)"s e(cid:374)erg(cid:455) is stored as
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSpring

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Starch, Sucrose, Competitive Inhibition

3 Page
24 Jan 2018
Car(cid:271)s are di(cid:448)ided i(cid:374)to (1) monosaccharides: (ch2o)n where n= 3 to 7. Contain a single aldehyde or ketone; many hydroxyls. Typic
View Document
YORKBIOL 2020Mark BayfieldSpring

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Galactose, Gluconeogenesis, Adenylyl Cyclase

4 Page
24 Jan 2018
Neuronal signaling occurs over a distance of a few micometers. Endocrine signaling can occur over the entire body. Altering activity of pre-existing en
View Document

All Materials (1,800,000)
CA (980,000)
York (70,000)
BIOL (4,000)
BIOL 2020 (100)