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BCMB 3100 Intro to Biochem and Molecular Bio is a Biology course at UGA taught by the following professor: Wood Sabatini. 3 elite notetakers have produced 16 study materials for this Biology course.
I gave a detailed description of each step of glycolysis according to what he told us we needed to know, as well as completed all of the quiz review questions using the powerpoint and book as reference. Everything you need!
I compiled a study guide that covers the important book material from chapters 17,18, and 19 as well as highlights from the powerpoints and conceptual questions discussed in lecture and breakout. Details the steps of gluconeogenesis and the citric acid cycle.
Highlights all the key information from the lecture, breakout, and book!
Covers all the review topics!
Covers lipid synthesis, alcoholic ketoacidosis, diabetic ketoacidosis, and fatty liver disease.
Jamaican vomiting sickness and channel transport
Comprehensive, organized study guide of the lectures and book notes.
Lecture notes from chapters 34 and 35: DNA Replication and Repair
Chapters 36, 37, 39, and 40
proteins and pKa
Buffering, titrations, amino acids
Bohr Salt bridge concepts
enzymes, thermodynamics, energetics, reaction rate
fetal hemoglobin in Sickle Cell disease, carbohydrates
Study guide from lecture notes for Dr. Rose Test 1
Study guide for exam 2
Covers chapters 18-21 and 27 and 28
These notes contain a summary of the textbook (section by section) and are highly useful for the Launchpad quizzes and test review.
These are condensed notes over chapter 3 and 4 in the textbook.
This is the study guide for exam one.
These are notes over chapter 5 and 9.
These are condensed notes for Chapter 6 of the textbook.
These are condensed notes over chapters 7 and 8 of the textbook.
These are condensed notes over chapters 10 and 11 of the textbook.
This is the study guide for exam 2.
These are the notes for the first week with professor Dalton.
This is the study for BCMB's Exam 3.
These are the notes for the DNA and RNA unit.