OC1306859

Simon Fraser University

Elite Note Taker
33Uploads
0Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (33)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
SFUMBB 231Stephanie VlachosSpring

MBB 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Coenzyme Q10, Transmembrane Protein, Atp Synthase

OC13068595 Page
11 Mar 2017
0
Incorporation into lipid: metabolic fates of acetyl coa, oxidation to co2 in the citric acid cycle, biosynthesis of fatty acids, biosynthesis of choles
View Document
SFUMBB 231Stephanie VlachosSpring

MBB 231 Lecture 11: Metabolism

OC13068595 Page
10 Mar 2017
0
Atp: energy source of life: cells use energy from sunlight or food to make atp, cells convert external sources of energy into a biologically universal
View Document
SFUMBB 231Stephanie VlachosSpring

[MBB 231] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 15 pages long Study Guide!

OC130685915 Page
7 Feb 2017
3
Understanding chemical bonding between atoms and molecules is fundamental to understanding biochemistry: covalent bonds: strong bonds formed by the sha
View Document
SFUMBB 231Stephanie VlachosSpring

MBB 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Carotenoid, Terpenoid, Alkanolamine

OC13068596 Page
1 Feb 2017
1
Rna contains the 5-carbon sugar ribose, and dna contains the related sugar, deoxyribose. Dna serves as the repository of genetic information, whereas r
View Document
SFUMBB 231Stephanie VlachosSpring

MBB 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Phospholipid, Hydrophile, Heat Capacity

OC13068593 Page
1 Feb 2017
1
Understanding chemical bonding between atoms and molecules is fundamental to understanding biochemistry: covalent bonds: strong bonds formed by the sha
View Document
SFUMBB 231Stephanie VlachosSpring

MBB 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Elastin, Collagen, Keratin

OC13068594 Page
1 Feb 2017
2
Proteins: overview: units of amino acids, are linked together, folded, folded some more, and then often linked in some way to other units of folded ami
View Document
SFUBUS 272Lieketen BrummelhuisFall

BUS 272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Jargon, Negotiation, Rieti

OC13068596 Page
26 Jan 2017
3
Conflict: a process that begins when one party perceives that another party has negatively affected or is about to negatively affect, something that th
View Document
SFUBUS 272Lieketen BrummelhuisFall

BUS 272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Extraversion And Introversion, Transactional Leadership, Charismatic Authority

OC13068595 Page
26 Jan 2017
0
View Document
SFUBUS 272Lieketen BrummelhuisFall

BUS 272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Job Satisfaction, Whistleblower, Ingratiation

OC13068594 Page
26 Jan 2017
1
Power: a (cid:272)apa(cid:272)ity that a has to i(cid:374)flue(cid:374)(cid:272)e the (cid:271)eha(cid:448)io(cid:396) of b, so that b a(cid:272)ts i(c
View Document
SFUBUS 272Lieketen BrummelhuisFall

BUS 272 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Operant Conditioning, Interactional Justice, Flextime

OC13068594 Page
26 Jan 2017
3
Equity theory: a theory that says that individuals compare their job inputs and outcomes those of others and then respond to eliminate any inequalities
View Document
SFUBUS 272Lieketen BrummelhuisFall

BUS 272 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Brainstorming, Bounded Rationality, Nominal Group Technique

OC13068597 Page
26 Jan 2017
0
A decision is the choice made from two or more alternatives. The rational de cisio n makin g progre ss. Refers to choices that are consistent and value
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Protein Dimer, Cytosol, Organelle

OC13068592 Page
24 Jan 2017
5
Mbb 231 problem set 2: disulfide bonds are covalent bonds. A covalent bond is a bond in which electrons are shared equally. Covalent bonds are stronger
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Yoho National Park, Pikaia, Vertebral Column

OC13068598 Page
11 Dec 2016
3
Features of ancestral skeleton: notochord, vertebral column with skull. Living forms: fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. <0. 1 gram (fish)
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: West Indian Ocean Coelacanth, Holostei, Teleost

OC13068599 Page
11 Dec 2016
2
4 clades of gnathostomes present: placoderms, acanthodii, chondrichthyes, osteichthyes, class osteichthyes (bony fish) Characteristics of osteichthyes:
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Tullimonstrum, Branchial Arch, Semicircular Canals

OC130685910 Page
11 Dec 2016
3
Paraphyleti(cid:272) asse(cid:373)(cid:271)lage of jawless fishes (cid:272)alled (cid:862)ostra(cid:272)oder(cid:373)s(cid:863) Plus other: living agna
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Passerine, Archaeopteryx, Vertebra

OC130685910 Page
11 Dec 2016
3
Geography stuff is not going to be testable. Used to give an understanding of the time period. End of the mesozoic massive extinctions of reptiles. Cen
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Shoulder Girdle, Monotreme, Thoracic Cavity

OC130685911 Page
11 Dec 2016
4
Mammals evolved from the reptilian lineage of synapsida. Order therapside had basic feature of mammals: carboniferous. Therapsids had a marginal existe
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Aortic Arches, Sinus Venosus, Pulmonary Artery

OC13068597 Page
11 Dec 2016
2
Amniotes: blood cells and vessels arise from mesoderm to form clusters called blood islands. Outer layer differentiates into endothial cells which form
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Shoulder Girdle, Sacrum, Amphibious Fish

OC13068598 Page
11 Dec 2016
1
Head designed to bite not sucking in prey. If the acanthostega was completely terrestrial, it would need to bear a lot of weight so it would have stron
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture 8: Lecture 8 Vert. Bio

OC13068595 Page
11 Dec 2016
1
4 clades of gnathostomes: placoderms, acanthodians, chondrichthyes, osteichthyes. Teeth in replacement families: teeth have been growing to replace too
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mesonephric Duct, Placodermi, Acanthodii

OC13068595 Page
11 Dec 2016
2
Fossil record gives little insight into evolution of jawed fishes. Probably due to duplication of hox gene complex. 4 clades of gnathostomes present: p
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Shoulder Girdle, Axial Skeleton, Tetrapod

OC130685914 Page
11 Dec 2016
3
Evolution of fins (review: fin fold theory. Some areas of fold lost, other enhanced to form fins: fin spine theory. Early fish (acanthodii) has two or
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Shoulder Girdle, Sonic Hedgehog, Branchial Arch

OC13068594 Page
11 Dec 2016
2
Three major adaptations: jaws, paired fins, vertebrae. Ostra(cid:272)oder(cid:373)s (cid:862)fi(cid:374)s(cid:863) derived fro(cid:373) der(cid:373)al
View Document
SFUBISC 316Tammy Mc MullanFall

BISC 316 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ostracoderm, Polyphyly, Stout

OC13068599 Page
11 Dec 2016
3
Taxonomy: the naming and classification of species. Phylogeny: the evolutionary history of a species or group of related species. Systematics: the stud
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Dna Repair, Pyrimidine Dimer, Dna Mismatch Repair

OC130685928 Page
4 Dec 2016
7
Cytosine deamination: cytosine can deaminate (remove an amine group) spontaneously to form uracil, results in a c-g to t-a transition (c-g u-g u-a t-a,
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Intrinsically Disordered Proteins, Alpha Helix, Globular Protein

OC13068595 Page
4 Dec 2016
2
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Serine Protease, Hiv-1 Protease, Tetrahedral Carbonyl Addition Compound

OC13068593 Page
4 Dec 2016
3
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Carboxymethyl Cellulose, Affinity Chromatography, Column Chromatography

OC130685911 Page
4 Dec 2016
4
A tissue (like liver) is mechanically homogenized to break cells and disperse their contents in an aqueous buffer. Individual molecules sediment until
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Stem-Loop, Phosphodiester Bond, Spliceosome

OC13068599 Page
4 Dec 2016
5
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Taq Polymerase, Cloning Vector

OC13068599 Page
4 Dec 2016
4
Duplex/double-stranded vs single stranded: dna is a double stranded molecule, rna is single stranded. Rna-dna hybrid: a hybrid double stranded molecule
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Reaction Quotient, Dissociation Constant, Molar Concentration

OC13068594 Page
4 Dec 2016
3
Eequilibrium constant vs mass-action ratio or reaction quotient. Forward direction of reaction vs reverse direction of reaction. Binding affinity 159-1
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Catabolite Repression, Camp Receptor Protein, Lac Operon

OC13068599 Page
4 Dec 2016
4
Expression: process by which information of a gene is used in the synthesis of a functional gene product. Constitutive vs regulated: unvarying gene exp
View Document
SFUMBB 222Edgar YoungFall

MBB 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ethidium Bromide, Carboxylic Acid, Alpha And Beta Carbon

OC130685911 Page
4 Dec 2016
4
Amino acids and polypeptides: functional groups/moiety. A group of atoms that are responsible for the characteristics of a particular compound: amino a
View Document