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BIOCH200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cell Nucleus, Pyrimidine, Purine
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14 Nucleotides andfiNucleic rAcidsces at oneclass.com Topic 2 Nucleosides and owaeotides purines pyrimidines t stoves thought itas proteinsast...

Biochemistry
BIOCH200
Jonathan Parrish
BIOCH330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Hoogsteen Base Pair, Pentose, Pyrimidine
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1. Nucleotides and Nucleic Acids (Chapters 3 24) You should be able to: Nucleotides Compare the structure of nucleosides with the structure of nucleotides. Name and recognize the five major bases found in the nucleic acid...

Biochemistry
BIOCH330
Tamara Arnold
BIOCH330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Polynucleotide Phosphorylase, Reading Frame, Deoxyribonuclease
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Learning Objectives Protein Translation Required Readings (Chapter 27 Sections 14) 1. What is the rate of bacterial protein synthesis? About 300 different macromolecules are required to synthesize proteins. 90 of the cellu...

Biochemistry
BIOCH330
Tamara Arnold
BIOCH330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Transcription Preinitiation Complex, Tata-Binding Protein, Transcription Factor Ii B
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find more resources at oneclass.com Learning Objectives Eukaryotic RNA transcription and processing Required Readings (Chapter 26 Sections 2 & 3) 1. Ho...

Biochemistry
BIOCH330
Tamara Arnold
BIOCH330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Proliferating Cell Nuclear Antigen, Dna Replication, Okazaki Fragments
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Eukaryotic DNAReplication (Chapter 25,Section3) You should be able to: 1. List several ways in which eukaryotic and prokaryotic DNA replication are similar. Overall, eukaryotic replication is more complex since the genome ...

Biochemistry
BIOCH330
Tamara Arnold
BIOCH330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dna Supercoil, Electrophoresis, Linking Number
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Chromosomes and the Tertiary Structure of DNA (Chapter 24) When you have completed this section of BIOCH 330, you should be able to: Genomes Define the terms gene, genome, and chromosome. Outline the rolesfunctions of plas...

Biochemistry
BIOCH330
Tamara Arnold
BIOCH320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Galactolipid, Glycerophospholipid, Sphingolipid
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Membrane Lipids Describe the structural features common to all membrane lipids. Define the following lipid terms: glycerophospholipid, sphingolipid, galactolipid, tetraether lipid, sterols, glycolipid, phospholipid, sulfol...

Biochemistry
BIOCH320
Jonathan Parrish
BIOCH320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Anomer, Pyranose, Fischer Projection
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Carbohydrates Monosaccharides and Disaccharides Define the term carbohydrate and list at least four different biological roles of carbohydrates. Define the terms monosaccharide, disaccharide, oligosaccharide, polysaccharid...

Biochemistry
BIOCH320
Jonathan Parrish
Biochemistry
BIOCH200
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BIOCH200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Phosphocreatine, Anabolism, Endergonic Reaction
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Biochemical Standard State pH = 7 Substrate and Product concentration is 1M Temperature is 25 Pressure 1 atm. Water is not considered in the equation. Signs of G tell us if Negative = forward direction Positive = backwards...

Biochemistry
BIOCH200
Jonathan Parrish
BIOCH200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Glycogen, Hepatocyte, Light-Independent Reactions
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Metabolic Pathways Series of enzyme catalyzed reactions Purpose; make specific molecules that the cell needs to live andor grow, and obtain usable chemical energy from the environment. Break large molecules to small ones a...

Biochemistry
BIOCH200
Jonathan Parrish
BIOCH200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Heme, Globular Protein, Cysteine
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Hydrophobic Interactions in Soluble Globular proteins Hydrophobic are interior while hydrophilic are at the surface of the globular protein structure. Regular secondary structures are typically interior with R g...

Biochemistry
BIOCH200
Jonathan Parrish
BIOCH200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Hydrolysis, Tripeptide, Amide
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Introductory to Biochemistry: Protein Structure and Function Formation of a Peptide Bond Two amino acids joined by one peptide dipeptide with two A.A residues Condensation Reaction Water is lost. 3 Amino Acids Joined tripe...

Biochemistry
BIOCH200
Jonathan Parrish
BIOCH200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cysteine, Cystine, Chief Operating Officer
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Hydrophobic Amino Acids Lack reactive functional groups No pKa values non-ionizable as pH changes 8 Amino Acids Most Amino Acids are Chiral Alanine (Ala) a. Aliphatic and Hydrophobic b. In...

Biochemistry
BIOCH200
Jonathan Parrish
BIOCH200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ammonia, Hydrogen Bond, Van Der Waals Force
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What is pKa? Index used to express strength of weak acid. Smaller pKA the stronger the weak acid. When [HA]=[A] the pKa = pH (exactly half dissociated) pH above pKa acid exists predominantly as A (deprotonated form) pH bel...

Biochemistry
BIOCH200
Jonathan Parrish

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