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UFBCH 4024Daniel L PurichSpring

BCH 4024 Lecture 6: L6

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Maximizes the number of hydrophobic groups within the interior and giving great stability. Well defined diffusivity that is predictable on the basis of
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UFBCH 4024Daniel L PurichSpring

BCH 4024 Lecture 7: L7

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Illustrated by the binding of o2 to myoglobin and hemoglobin. Biological information is processed through binding interactions. Defined as any molecule
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BCH 4024 Lecture 5: L5

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Range in molecular weight from 5,000 > 1,000,000. These polypeptides fold to form compact 3-d structures that are required for biological activity. Som
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UFBCH 4024Daniel L PurichSpring

BCH 4024 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Conformational Change, Kolmogorov Space, Heme

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Hb occurs in two conformationally constrained states: There are no hybrid forms (i. e. , none containing both t and r subunits. ) T-state (hb-t) has li
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UFBCH 4024Daniel L PurichSpring

BCH 4024 Lecture 4: L4

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It all begins with the peptide bond. One h2o molecule is lost in forming a peptide bond. What remains of each aa is called a residue. In cells, peptide
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UFBCH 4024Daniel L PurichSpring

BCH 4024 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Alpha Helix, Imidazole, Covalent Bond

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Noncovalent interactions play key roles in living systems. While organic chemistry focuses on covalent bond rearrangements, living systems are highly d
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UFBCH 4024Brian Dale CainFall

BCH 4024 Lecture Notes - Lecture 43: Dna Polymerase I, Dna Clamp, Dna Ligase

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Key concept: prior to division a cell must duplicate its entire genomic dna in a process called replication. Each daughter cell inherits a complete com
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UFBCH 4024Daniel L PurichSpring

BCH 4024 Lecture 2: L2

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Always contain an amino group that is on alpha carbon. Greek alphabet is used to signify the alpha carbon and all side chain carbons. Stereoisomerism i
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UFBCH 4024Brian Dale CainFall

BCH 4024 Lecture Notes - Lecture 42: Apidae, Fluorophore, Inker

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Key concept: regardless of the purpose of the work all genomic sequencing projects can be broken down into three phases. data collection (getting all t
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UFBCH 4024Daniel L PurichSpring

BCH 4024 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Thermal Mass, Gravitational Energy, Overburden

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Tides, wind, ocean currents, erosion & runoff. 40-50% of earth"s heat comes from radioactive decay. Steady-state (balanced accrual and loss of energy)
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