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UTSCBIOC13H3Daman BawaWinter

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Essential Amino Acid, Creatine Kinase, Aspartate Transaminase

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27 Apr 2013
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Bioc13winter2013 lecture 12: amino acid metabolism and metabolic integration. Amino acid metabolism: plants and bacteria synthesize all twenty amino ac
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UTSCBIOC13H3Daman BawaWinter

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Malonyl-Coa, Atp Citrate Lyase, Palmitoyl-Coa

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27 Apr 2013
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Bioc13winter2013 lecture 11: fa biosynthesis, cholesterol and eicosanoid metabolism. Fatty acid synthase: ks = b-ketoacyl-acp synthase, mat = malonyl/a
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UTSCBIOC13H3Daman BawaWinter

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Acyl Coa Dehydrogenase, Enoyl-Coa Hydratase, Lipoprotein Lipase

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27 Apr 2013
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UTSCBIOC13H3Daman BawaWinter

BIOC13Winter2013 Lecture 9 Notes.docx

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27 Apr 2013
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I, ii and iv the structure affects the absorption spectra of these molecules strong absorption in visible light spectrum. Cytochrome b6f generates much
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UTSCBIOC13H3Daman BawaWinter

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Malate Dehydrogenase, Nadh Dehydrogenase, Cytochrome C1

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27 Apr 2013
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Bioc13winter2013 lecture 7 and lecture 8: the electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation systems. Energy production in complete oxidation of gluc
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UTSCBIOC14H3Patrick Mc GowanWinter

BIOC14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Glucocorticoid, Non-Coding Rna, Epigenome

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25 Apr 2013
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Bioc14winter2013 lecture 9: environmental epigenetics and transgenerational epigenetic inheritance. The histone code: covalent modifications of the n t
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UTSCBIOC14H3Patrick Mc GowanWinter

BIOC14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Homologous Recombination, Diphtheria Toxin, Neomycin

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24 Apr 2013
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Bioc14winter2013 lecture 5: mouse genetic engineering and genetic dissection of neural circuits (article 1 and article 2) Generating transgenic mice (2
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidWinter

BIOC33H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Left Ventricular Hypertrophy, Korotkoff Sounds, Mean Arterial Pressure

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2 Apr 2013
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UTSCBIOC14H3Patrick Mc GowanWinter

BIOC14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Male Reproductive System, Genetic Diversity, Preoptic Area

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9 Feb 2013
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These epigenetic marks are established in the germline and are maintained throughout all somatic cells of an organism: non-mammals in general do not ha
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UTSCBIOC14H3Patrick Mc GowanWinter

BIOC14Winter2013 Lecture 1 Notes.docx

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9 Feb 2013
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Genes: basic physical unit of inheritance, sequences of dna encoding proteins old definition, locatable region of genomic sequences associated with reg
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UTSCBIOC14H3Patrick Mc GowanWinter

BIOC14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gaba Receptor Agonist, Dopamine Antagonist, Human Genome Project

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5 Feb 2013
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UTSCBIOC13H3Daman BawaWinter

BIOC13H3 Lecture Notes - Riboflavin, Citric Acid Cycle, Acetyl-Coa

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5 Feb 2013
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hydrophile, Aromatic Amino Acids, Isoleucine

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 2: amino acids and peptide bonds (chapter 4) The acidic amino acids: at ph =7, they have a net negative charge so they are
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Proline, Prokaryote, Groel

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4 Dec 2012
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Because structure depends on sequence, and because function depends on structure, it is tempting to imagine that all proteins of similar structure shou
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Cooking Oil, Hydrophile, Critical Micelle Concentration

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 1 notes: introduction (chapter 1-3) Proteins: building blocks: 20 amino acids, polypeptides = chains of condensed amino aci
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Acid Hydrolysis, Carboxypeptidase B, Size-Exclusion Chromatography

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 3: protein primary structure and analysis (chapter 5) Increasing ionic strength at first increases the solubility (salting
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12FAll2012 Lecture Week 4 Notes

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4 Dec 2012
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2012 lecture week 4: structure of proteins (chapter 6) Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 4: structure of proteins (chapter 6) Human hemoglobin and its 3d str
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hemoglobin, Alpha Helix, Tubulin

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 5: protein structures and analysis (chapter 6) Motif/supersecondary structure: a common grouping of secondary structural el
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Partial Pressure, Cooperative Binding, Phenylalanine

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 7: protein functions (chapter 15) Small intracellular protein in vertebrate muscles only in cardiac myocytes and skeletal m
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Antigen, Hexose, Gram-Positive Bacteria

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture 8: carbohydrates and glycoproteins (chapter 7) Functions: mainly energy source, protection as structural materials, intercellula
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Hydrolysis, Alanine, Activation Energy

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 11: enzymes specificity and mechanisms of action (chapter 13 and 14) Mechanisms of catalysis: preferential binding of trans
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12Fall2012 Lecture Week 9 Notes

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4 Dec 2012
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lactate Dehydrogenase, Enzyme Kinetics, Invertase

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 10 notes: enzymes classification and kinetics (chapter 13) 2: 1 = oxireductases, 2 = transferases, 3 = hydrolases digestive
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Chapter Notes -Fertile Crescent, Autotroph, Ecosystem Services

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4 Dec 2012
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Our environment is more than just our surroundings. Environment : sum total of our surroundings all biotic and abiotic components with which we interac
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Conformational Change, Hemoglobin, Covalent Bond

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4 Dec 2012
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Tetrahedral Carbonyl Addition Compound, Protease, Reaction Rate

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 11: enzymes specificity and mechanisms of action (chapter 13 and 14) Mechanisms of catalysis: preferential binding of trans
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Hyperbola, Red Nucleus, Gas Exchange

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 7: protein functions (chapter 15) Small intracellular protein in vertebrate muscles only in cardiac myocytes and skeletal m
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Carboxyglutamic Acid, Selenocysteine, Dipeptide

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 2: amino acids and peptide bonds (chapter 4) The acidic amino acids: at ph =7, they have a net negative charge so they are
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UTSCBIOC12H3Rongmin ZhaoFall

BIOC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Michael Rossmann, Tubulin, Malonyl-Coa

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4 Dec 2012
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Bioc12fall2012 lecture week 5: protein structures and analysis (chapter 6) Motif/supersecondary structure: a common grouping of secondary structural el
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Liquid Junction Potential, Standard Electrode Potential, Phase Boundary

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14 Oct 2012
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Oxidation and reduction reaction (redox reactions: oxidation/reduction reactions involve the transfer of electrons and a change in oxidation state, a r
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Petroleum Ether, Theobromine, Reliability (Statistics)

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14 Oct 2012
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Chmb16fall2012 lecture 1: introduction to analytical chemistry (chapter 0) Definitions: qualitative analysis figuring out what is in your sample, quant
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Chlorobenzene, Detection Limit, Internal Standard

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14 Oct 2012
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Chmb16fall2012 lecture 5: quality assurance and calibrating methods (chapter 5) False results: false positive: false result is higher/greater than actu
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Titration Curve, Equivalence Point, Reagent

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14 Oct 2012
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: F-Test, Null Hypothesis, Normal Distribution

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14 Oct 2012
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gaussian Function, Triangular Distribution, Confidence Interval

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14 Oct 2012
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Mean ( : also known as average, where xi = individual values of x making up the set of n replicate measurements. Median: middle result of replicate dat
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Molar Attenuation Coefficient, Standard Deviation, Analyte

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14 Oct 2012
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UTSCCHMB16H3Kagan KermanFall

CHMB16H3 Lecture Notes - Strong Electrolyte, Molar Concentration, Volumetric Flask

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14 Oct 2012
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History: glp is a formal regulation that was created by the fda in 1978, used world-wide now, started in the u. s. a, in 1981, oecd (organization for e
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UTSCBIOB50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOB50Winter2012 Lecture 18 includes images and the required sections from the text!.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Biob50winter2012 lecture 18 (chapter 18): species diversity in communities. Recall the competitive exclusion principle: two species that use a limiting
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UTSCBIOB50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOB50Winter2012 Lecture 17.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Ecosystem functions are the physical, chemical, and biological processes or attributes that contribute to the self-maintenance of an ecosystem. Example
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UTSCBIOB50H3Marc CadotteWinter

BIOB50Winter2012 Lecture 15.docx -includes imagies and extra notes from assigned reading!

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21 Apr 2012
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Agents of change act on communities across multiple temporal and spatial scales. Consider a coral reef community in the indian ocean. If you look back
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