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Amazing. Wouldn't have passed this test without these notes. Hoping this notetaker will be around for the final!
These questions were taken from Dr. Sri's lecture power point. These are the study questions answered.
This is a week of class notes for biochemistry. From dates 2/3/16 2/8/16. The next set along with a study guide will be posted next week.
These are the book notes that recorded from reading chapter 17 in the BCHM text book required by the course.
This is the first week of notes created following Dr. Sri's lecture and using some pictures from her lecture as well.
Hope this helps!
These notes cover the lectures from 3/2/16-3/11/16. This includes picture from her power points and follows the order of her power points as well!
This study guide was created by using Dr. Sri's review questions and objectives at the end of her power points. This includes explanations of those questions as well as a few sample questions that she would ask. Hope this helps!
This set of notes contains the regulation of glycolysis, the Kreb's Cycle, and the regulation of the Krebs's. Hope this helps!
These notes cover the ETC and ATP synthase. Great study tool if you could not make it to class!
This study guide was created by following the objectives Dr. Sri posted after each lecture. This is a great study tool to use in conjunction with other strategies.
This notes goes over what you need to know for class; bonds (covalent, hydrogen, ionic ect..). It also includes step by step solving math problems involving ionization of water.
Notes on water from 1st week of class
***on the 2nd page the first picture is showing hypotonic not hypertonic; I accidentally mixed up the terms
The first half of the amino acid notes
These are notes for Lecture 1 in Dr. Sri's class, including figures and example problems.
These notes reflect the Lecture 2 ppt. Includes graphics and study objectives as well as test hints.
These notes are from the Lecture 3 powerpoint and lecture material
This is all the material covered in class up until 2/3
This covers the bulk of powerpoints 1-5 and a little bit of lecture 6. I would recommend glancing over the last lecture slides (powerpoint 6)
This is a study guide for exam 1 in BCHM 3050. The material on it goes up until 2/3.
These notes cover the powerpoint and lecture number 4 - Classifications of Enzymes
These notes cover lecture 5 including the powerpoint and figures associated with the topics.
These notes cover all material from the 6th Lecture, including the last material that is covered before Exam 1.
This study guide covers all material for Exam 1.
From chapter 17 and first powerpoint of chapter 18
Notes for exam 2 up to 2/21
This study guide is for exam 2 and the material on the study guide goes until termination in DNA replication covered in class 2/23.
These notes contain all information from Lecture 7 ppt, including all class discussions
These notes cover all of the material for exam 2.
This study guide is based on the study questions presented at the end of the PowerPoints including example problems and detailed explanations pertaining to each question.
These notes cover all the material for exam 3
this study guide lists the topics to know for exam three and provides a jump start on filling in topic information
I tried to include all the material covered in class and a few examples as well
These are notes that cover all content from Exam 3
These notes cover the material up to 4/12.
All material on exam 4
These notes cover all material about monosaccharides, disaccharides, polysaccharides, glycolysis, Krebs cycle, and ATP synthesis/Electron Transport.
These notes cover material that we reviewed for the exam on April 24 for exam 4.
This study guide for the final goes through exam 2. Look for the full one tomorrow
Full study guide for the final exam
Final Exam Study Guide
these notes will help you through the course of lab and lecture
Summary of Chapter 2
Introduction notes from the first week of classes
This has everything you should know from the textbook in chapter 5, Amino Acids.