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BIOL 102 Lecture Notes - Antiporter, Glycogen, Symporter


Department
Biology (Sci)
Course Code
BIOL 102
Professor
Multiple

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Bio 112 Alanna Houston
February 4, 2008
MIDTERM:
-28 multiple choice questions just like the online quizzes on
material
-Ribosomes go wherever the RNA directs them to go
-Small Molecules:
oIsotopes
o5 types of bonds/interactions
oCovalent, ionic, hydrogen, hydrophobic, Van der Waals
(increasing strength??)
oHydrophilic/hydrophobic
oMolarity
opH
oWeak acids and bases/buffers
-Large Molecules:
oMacromolecules
oCondensation/hydrolysis
oCarbohydrate function and general structure (one carbonyl
group, several hydroxyl groups)
oStructural/optical isomers
oStraight chain/alpha and beta ring form of sugar monomers
oGlycosidic (only when linking two monomers, only forms at
C1 carbon) linkage in maltose and cellubiose
oStarch (amylose, glycogen) and cellulose
oHydrophilic have lost the hydroxyl group
oSecondary active transport is only used for symport and
antiport
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