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Notes on Water and Aqueous Forces
Dr. Wang's lecture slides, annotated (T, R)
These notes include annotated slides from Dr. Wang's review and continuation of Working with Proteins (fr Tues) and Dr. Ramonel's review of Ch 3: Amino Acids and Polypeptides and Ch 4: Proteins (fr Thurs). As with previous PPT's converted to PDF, you must rotate to view properly.
Main points from Chapters 1-4, in accordance with Dr. Ramonel's Study Guides
Some people have had problems opening the last study guide. This is the exact same material, just formatted differently, in the hopes of circumventing the original problem.
Seeing as how the test was Tuesday, this is really just Thursday's notes (9/17). Annotated powerpoint slides. As before, might need to rotate the View of the PDF
Format Change: typed companion to lecture notes; not hand-written annotations. Accompnaying Dr. Ramonell's 9/22 lecture on Ch 5 and 6 and Dr. Wang's 9/24 lecture on Ch 6.
Typed slide companions to T 9/29 and R 10/1 lectures.
Notes corresponding to Dr. Ramonell's Wednesday 10/6 Carbohydrates powerpoint slides and Dr. Wang's Friday 10/8 Nucleic Acids slides
Notes from Tues 10/13
Notes to accompany Powerpoints from Tues 10/20 and Thurs 10/22
Week 10 Notes: Tuesday 10/27
Week 11 Notes, so Thurs 11/5 due to Tuesday's cancellation
Exam 5 coverage of Chapters 10-13. Follows Dr. Ramonell's study guides for those chapters, and other related info.
Attached are notes from this week, which due to Thursday's test, are intended to accompany the powerpoint from Tuesday 11/10
Notes accompanying Powerpoints from lectures on Week 13 Tues 11/17 and Thurs 11/19.
Notes from 11/24 accompanying Citric Acid Cycle and Oxidative Phosphorylation powerpoint sections covered in class.
Notes from the last week of class on Oxidative Phosphorylation (Tues 12/1) and Photosynthesis (Thurs 12/3)
Based off Dr. Ramonell's study guides for all new material and cumulative material.
Notes work taken and translated onto a powerpoint created by Dr. Yu Wang. These will be the focus for Exam 2 in Spring 2016.