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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Sickle-Cell Disease, Alpha Helix, Dissociation Constant

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Proteins are dynamic molecules whose functions depend on interactions b/w molecules which are affected in physiologically important ways by changes in
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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Lipid Bilayer, Fluid Mosaic Model, Lipid Bilayer Fusion

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Membranes define the external boundaries of cells & regulate the molec traffic across that boundary. In eukaryotic cells, memnranes divide the internal
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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Spermaceti Organ, Spermaceti, Steric Effects

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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Differential Centrifugation, Supernova Remnant, Mycoplasma Laboratorium

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The cell is the basic unit of life (there are debates whether it is the cell/gene) A high degree of chemical complexity & microscopic organization (*po
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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Glycosidic Bond, Pentose, Covalent Bond

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Glycoconjugates are complex cho polymers covalently attached to pro or lipids & act as signals that determine intercellular location/metabolic fate of
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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Pyrimidine, Purine, Dna Replication

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Nucleotides are constituents of nucleic acids: dna & rna. A segment of a dna molec that contains the info req for synthesis of a func biological produc
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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Charles-Adolphe Wurtz, Weak Interaction, Non-Covalent Interactions

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Enzymes are catalyctic, have a high degree of specificity for substrates, accelerate velocity of rxn & function in aw solns along very mild conditions
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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Titration Curve, Carboxylic Acid, Acid Dissociation Constant

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All proteins are constructed from the same 20 aa that are covalently linked in characteristic linear sequences b/c of their side chains, each has disti
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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Plasmid, Molecular Cloning, Dna Ligase

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CHY 204 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Van Der Waals Force, Bond-Dissociation Energy, Colligative Properties

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Edward buchner in 1897 germany, discovered yeast extracts can ferment sugar. Life can be studied & explained outside a cellular context; he showed chem
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