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These notes cover a big portion of chapter 20. They are a compilation of the powerpoint, notes I take in class, and material from the book. Some of it may be too much detail, if you feel like it is unnecessary to learn it all then only use what you want. Its always good to study a little too much rather than i little too little. Enjoy!
This study guide is detailed questions (with answers) that I have made as I studied the powerpoints along with information from lecture and the book. It is over chapter 20 and most of 21. I apologize for it not covering all of the test material, this test is just over so much material it was hard to get through it all up to this point. Hope it helps and good luck!!
I was not in class on Tuesday april 5th, so this is just from Thursday april 7th. It is only this one page. Not too much was covered because we had a quiz and the fire alarm was pulled during class.
These are notes taken on April 12 and 14th.
50 questions over test 4 material
These notes go into detail about the information about the citric acid cycle that will be on the upcoming exam. It is vital to know the major steps of the CAC, how the enzymes play their role in the CAC, and connection of CAC to other biosynthesis pathways like glycolysis.