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BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Anomer, Ketose, Aldose
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BCHM 3114 Learning Goals: CARBOHYDRATES 1. Give the straight-chain structure of C6 carbohydrate (aldose or ketose), indicate the atoms that are involved in formation of the cyclic (hemiacetal or hemiketal) structures. Aldo...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Atp Synthase, Intermembrane Space, Oxidative Phosphorylation
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BCHM 3114: ATP synthase, Oxidative Phosphorylation, and Uncoupling 1. Calculate the value of delta G for transporting a proton across the inner membrane when given the matrix and intermembrane space pH values, the membrane...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Gluconeogenesis, Blood Sugar, Pyruvic Acid
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BCHM 3114 Learning Goals: CANCER AND GLYCOLYSIS GLUCONEOGENESIS 1. Define the Warburg effect - Tendency for cancer cells to use anaerobic glucose metabolism even in the presence of oxygen. Observation that cancer cells pre...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pyruvate Dehydrogenase, Acetyl-Coa, Decarboxylation
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BCHM 3114 Learning Goals: OXIDATIVE DECARBOXYLATION OF PYRUVATE and CITRIC ACID CYCLE (CAC) 1. Draw a schematic diagram of a mitochondrion with all membranes and spaces labeled 2. Indicate where the reactions of glycolysis...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Dihydroxyacetone Phosphate, Glycolysis, Hexokinase
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BCHM 3114 Learning Goals: GLYCOLYSIS: STEPS 1-10 1. Using the worksheet provided, write out the chemical structures for steps 1-5 of glycolysis and indicate where ATP is consumed. 2. Give one of the steps, use one or more ...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Electron Transport Chain, Hydrolysis
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BCHM 3114 Learning Goals: METABOLISM AND FREE ENERGY 1. Recognize that oxidation of reduced carbon is the source of chemical energy in humans. Explain why fatty acids provide more chemical energy per carbon atom than carbo...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Picometre, Gravitational Wave, Secondary Mirror
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Astronomy Test 1 Review Chapter 6 What are the two most important properties of a telescope? A telescope has a lightcollecting area which says how much light it collects at one time Characterize it by diameter o 10meter di...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Photon, Diffraction Grating, Electromagnetic Spectrum
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CHAPTER 5 LIGHT AND MATTER CLASS NOTES 5.1 Light in Everyday Life 1. How do we experience light? 2. How do light and matter interact? Recall o The unit of energy is Joules o For most of astronomy it makes more sense to tal...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Inverse-Square Law, Conservation Law, Orbital Speed
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CHAPTER 4 Lecture and Textbook Notes 4.1 Describing Motion: Examples from Daily Life 1. How do we describe motion? 2. How is mass different from weight? Physics is the study of the science of motion Speed o How far somethi...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Integral Membrane Protein, Steric Effects, Lipid Bilayer
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Learning Goals: FATTY ACIDS, LIPIDS AND MEMBRANES 1. Recognize saturated and unsaturated fatty acids. Saturated fatty acids have a single CC bonds Unsaturated have fatty acids at > or equal to 1 double bonds 2. Describe ...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sickle-Cell Disease, Torr, Partial Pressure
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Learning Goals: PROTEIN LIGAND BINDING 1. Write the equilibrium for the binding of one ligand molecule (L) to a monomeric protein (P) and define the dissociation constant, K . d L (ligand) + Protein (protein) L * P (prote...

BCHM 3114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Turnover Number, Enzyme Kinetics, Small Molecule
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BCHM 3114 Learning Goals: ENZYMES 1. Recognize that the uncatalyzed rates of nearly all biochemical reactions are too slow on biological timescales and that catalysts (enzymes) are required to achieve a sufficient reaction...

BCHM 3114 Lecture 4: Nucleotides

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BCHM 3114 Lecture 3: Acid-Base Chemistry

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BCHM 3114 Lecture 2: Water, The Solvent of Life

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