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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Fetal Hemoglobin, Tetrameric Protein, Globular Protein

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Motor proteins: facilitate movement of cells/organelles along tracts of cytoskeletal fibers. Wedged into a hydrophobic pocket between helices. 4 ligand
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Endergonic Reaction, Polysaccharide, Ammonia

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Chapter 1 the chemical basis of life. Ability of a cell to carry out metabolic reactions to synthesize its constituents and to move, grow and reproduce
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cell Nucleus, Alanine, Reductionism

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Only a small subset of known elements are found in living systems: most abundant: c, n, o, and h; then. Ca, p, k, cl, na, and mg: trace elements are al
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter 22: Chapter 22 Protein Synthesis

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Translation (cid:396)e(cid:395)ui(cid:396)ed (cid:862)adapto(cid:396)(cid:863) (cid:373)ole(cid:272)ules (cid:894)trna(cid:895) that (cid:272)a(cid:396
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Reaction Inhibitor, Reaction Rate, Turnover Number

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Analyze enzymes activity by quantifying catalytic power, substrate affinity and response to inhibitors. The more catalyst (enzyme) present, the faster
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Protein Structure, Van Der Waals Strain, Protein Folding

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Essence of proteins biological function is their interaction with other molecules. Protein: consists of one or more polypeptides (chains of polymerized
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Dna Supercoil, Origin Recognition Complex, Dna Polymerase

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Dna duplicated through separation of strands followed by assembly of two new complementary strands. Dna molecule twists up on itself supercoiling. Each
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Amine, Methyl Group, Cell Nucleus

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Scientific discipline that seeks to explain life at the molecular level traditionally, seen as a science of reductionism: explain the whole by breaking
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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Histone Acetyltransferase, Lac Repressor, Lac Operon

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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: London Dispersion Force, Non-Covalent Interactions, Hydrogen Bond

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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Juliet DanielFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Eaves, Oni

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MCMASTERBIOCHEM 3G03Daniel YangFall

BIOCHEM 3G03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nucleoside Triphosphate, Nucleotide, Horizontal Gene Transfer

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Mendel: first to describe predictable patterns of inheritance: later on me(cid:374)del"s i(cid:374)he(cid:396)ited fa(cid:272)to(cid:396)s (cid:894)ge(
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