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UOABIOSCI 106Ken ScottSpring

Lecture 4 Vitamin B12 and C.docx

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UOABIOSCI 106Ken ScottSpring

BIOSCI 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Goitre, Glutamine, Ornithine

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Its major role is as a cofactor in transamination reactions. Pyridoxal phosphate is a derivative of pyridoxine (b6) Present in meat, cereals, fruits an
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UOABIOSCI 106Ken ScottSpring

BIOSCI 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Amphiphile, Acetyl-Coa, Saturated Fat

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Consists of triglycerides, phospholipids and cholesterol esters. All are poorly soluble in water and therefore difficult to digest and absorb. Bile sal
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UOABIOSCI 106Ken ScottSpring

BIOSCI 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anencephaly, Hydrolysis, Transferase

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Complex structure made of glutamic acid, p-aminobenzonic acid and pteridine derivative. Sources include liver, spinach, citrus, fresh vegetables, not f
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UOABIOSCI 106Ken ScottSpring

BIOSCI 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Trypsin, Isoleucine, Lysine

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Purines and pyrimidine"s have no dietary requirement, the human body synthesises them itself by use of salvation pathways. Excess dietary nucleic acids
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UOABIOSCI 202Craig MillerSpring

BIOSCI 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gc-Content, Polytene Chromosome, Histone H2B

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The chromosome set presented in organisms from the same species has a characteristic chromosome number and appearance. Haploid number (n) most fungi an
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UOABIOSCI 106Ken ScottSpring

BIOSCI 106 Lecture Notes - Mutation, Carbohydrate, Digestion

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UOABIOSCI 205dontknowSpring

BIOSCI 205 Lecture Notes - Nitrate Reductase, Chives, Time Point

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Figure 1: the nitrate reductase activity in the basil, chives and mint leaves and roots. 9 samples of solutions contained the basil root and leaves, ch
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UOABIOSCI 106Ken ScottSpring

BIOSCI 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fructose, Constipation, Succinic Acid

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Fructose is created when sucrose is cleaved by sucrase. Coenzymes or cofactors are small molecules which participate in the catalytic activity of enzym
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UOABIOSCI 202Craig MillerSpring

BIOSCI 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dna Profiling, Gene Duplication, Tandem Repeat

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50% is repeated sequences, within that are transposable elements that move around the genome resulting in most mutations. Is larger than prokaryotes, v
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UOABIOSCI 202Craig MillerSpring

BIOSCI 202 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mendelian Inheritance, Chromosome, Transposable Element

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UOABIOSCI 106Ken ScottSpring

BIOSCI 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cephalosporin, Chloramphenicol, Natural Product

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Kills bacteria that cause syphilis specific against treponemia pallidum. Lactam antibiotics -penicillin successful, non toxic because humans do not hav
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