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UVICBIOC 299BriantSpring

BIOC 299 Chapter 5-17: BIOC 299 – Notes 2

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Allosteric enzymes: enzymes that conform to simple michaelis-menten kinetics are called michaelis-menten. Enzymes: these enzymes are not regulated in t
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UVICBIOC 299BriantSpring

BIOC 299 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Brownian Motion, Chemical Polarity, Botany

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In the context of the cell, water is the most common medium for thermal noise of. This interaction is called a hydrogen bond: hydrogen bonds are not un
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UVICBIOC 300BRomaniuk PaulSpring

BIOC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 16.3 and 16.4: Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxylase, Pyruvate Carboxylase, Malate Dehydrogenase

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16. 3 glucose can be synthesized from noncarbohydrate precursors (gluconeogenesis): Maintaining glucose levels is important because the brain requires
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UVICBIOC 300BRomaniuk PaulSpring

BIOC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Rna Polymerase Iii, Rna Polymerase I, Precursor Mrna

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UVICBIOC 300BRomaniuk PaulSpring

BIOC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter pg. 827-845: Proliferating Cell Nuclear Antigen, Phosphodiester Bond, Deinococcus Radiodurans

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A double helix separated into two single strands can be replicated because each strand serves as a template on which its complementary strand can be as
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UVICBIOC 300ARomaniuk PaulFall

BIOC 300A Chapter 2: Proteins (p. 1-10)

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UVICBIOC 300ARomaniuk PaulFall

BIOC 300A Chapter 1: Basics BIOC 300A (p. 1-5)

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UVICBIOC 300BRomaniuk PaulSpring

BIOC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Van Der Waals Force, Peptide, Phosphodiester Bond

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One phosphate (sugars linked through phosphates = phosphodiester backbone at 3" hydroxyl group) One base (linked bases carry the genetic information) D
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UVICBIOC 300BRomaniuk PaulSpring

BIOC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Atp Hydrolysis, Phosphoric Acids And Phosphates, Ionic Strength

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15. 1 metabolism is composed of many coupled, interconnecting reactions: Organisms require an input of energy for 3 main reasons: (1. ) mechanics in th
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UVICBIOC 300BRomaniuk PaulSpring

BIOC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Rna Splicing, Sidney Altman, Phosphodiester Bond

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Rna splicing: the spicing mrna precursors is catalyzed by splicesomes (protein complexes consisting of snrnps) Some rna molecules can self-splice in th
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UVICBIOC 300BRomaniuk PaulSpring

BIOC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter p. 845-854: P53, Mitosis, Holliday Junction

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Doe snot depend on other dna molecules in the cell. Free ds dna bound by heterodimer of twoproteins: ku70 and ku80 which stabilize the ends and mark th
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UVICBIOC 300BRomaniuk PaulSpring

BIOC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 16.1 and 16.2: Oxidative Phosphorylation, Glucosidases, Ethanol Fermentation

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Glycolysis: the sequence of reactions that metabolizes one molecule of glucose to two molecules of pyruvate with the concomitant net production of two
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