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CHEM 3080 Basic Biochemistry is a Chemistry course at BGSU taught by the following professor: Neocles Leontis. 3 elite notetakers have produced 12 study materials for this Chemistry course.
These notes cover the material from week one of basic biochemistry with Wilson. Lectures 2, 3a and 3b are included covering the molecules of life and the difference between eukaryotes and prokaryotes. They have most of the pictures and diagrams from slides as well as material that is said directly in class.
These notes cover lectures 3c and the first part of 4a that was discussed in week 2 of class. An important part of these notes is the acid dissociation constant and the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation. The notes were modified to, hopefully, make these equations and constants a little more understandable.
These notes cover lectures 7 and 8 from week four of class. They include some of the basics of protein structure.
These notes cover lectures 7 - 11. They focus on protein structure and the role of proteins and enzymes in biochemical reactions. The cover the remaining material leading up to the exam on Feb 14th.
This study guide covers the important terms as outlined by the professor. It also includes some equations and diagrams to further understanding of terms. Additional information is included such as the twenty amino acid structures
These notes cover lectures 11 and 12 which include enzyme control and the start of lipids, proteins, and biological membranes
These notes cover nucleotide structure and the start of DNA replication
These notes cover lectures 17 and 18 from week 10. It covers some the the information on transcription of the genetic code
This includes notes on the material covered from week 6 to week 10. There is also a list of important terms for exam 2.
These notes cover manipulation of DNA from weeks 11 and 12 of class
These notes cover some of the material from week 13 lectures especially energy and thermodynamics
This study guide includes a completed list of all the terms/definitions and structures for chapters 13 through 18. Additionally, notes from weeks 8 through 13 are included as extra, reference material.