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U OF SBMSC 200KroneFall

BMSC 200 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intermembrane Space, Globular Protein, Tooth Loss

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Chapter 1: biochemistry and the unity of life. Limited systems require a variety of atoms and molecules. Organisms are remarkably uniform at the molecu
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U OF SBMSC 200Dmitriev OlegFall

BMSC 200 Study Guide - Final Guide: Alanine, Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research

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U OF SBMSC 230Khandelwal RamjiFall

BMSC 230 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thymidine Monophosphate, Mitochondrial Matrix, Isoniazid

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Amino acid precursor(s) tyrosine tyrosine tyrosine tyrosine histidine glycine asp, gln, gly asp, gln. O2 carrier in hemoglobin nucleic acid synthesis n
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U OF SBMSC 230Khandelwal RamjiFall

BMSC 230 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phosphatidylcholine, Lipid Droplet, Phosphatidylserine

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Anchors the growing fa chain to fas (fatty acid synthase) Carries the rxn intermediates from 1 enzyme active site to the next. First, we need to load"
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U OF SBMSC 230Khandelwal RamjiFall

BMSC 230 Study Guide - Final Guide: Emulsion, Citric Acid Cycle, Enoyl-Coa Hydratase

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Are the most concentrated form of stored energy available to animals. 80% of energy requirements of the heart is from oxidation of fa. Insoluble in wat
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U OF SBMSC 200KroneFall

BMSC 200 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Uracil, Dehydration Reaction, Transcription Factor Ii E

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Life: movement, metabolism, reproduction, response to environment. Robert hooke: coined term cell while viewing cross-sections of cork in primitive lig
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U OF SBMSC 200Bull HaroldWinter

BMSC 200 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Phase-Contrast Microscopy, Gram Staining, Membrane Transport Protein

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Of some cells: differentiation, communication, genetic exchange, motility. Three domains are: bacteria (prokaryotic, archaea (prokaryotic, eukarya (euk
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U OF SBMSC 200Dr.Scott NapperFall

BMSC 200 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Isoelectric Point, Electric Charge, Hydrogen Bond

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U OF SBMSC 200Dr.Scott NapperWinter

BMSC 200 Midterm: BMSC 200 Midterm 1 Notes

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All cells are bound by a plasma membrane; have a cytosol with metabolites, coenzymes, inorganic ions, enzymes; have a set of genes contained within the
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U OF SBMSC 200Dmitriev OlegFall

BMSC 200 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chief Operating Officer, Histidine, Hemoglobin

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Peptides, proteins and nucleic acids are all polymers. The building blocks (monomers) are amino acids (peptides and proteins) and nucleotides (dna and
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U OF SBMSC 200Dr.Scott NapperWinter

Sugar Derivatives

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U OF SBMSC 200Dr.Scott NapperWinter

BMSC 200 Study Guide - Disaccharide, Maltase, Sucrose

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