Class Note for BIOC 460 at UA 3
Class Note for BIOC 460 at UA 3
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Date Created: 02/06/15
INFORMATION SORTER The following is a list of information you should know about every pathway arranged by most important first These were designed with medical students in mind who have very limited time to study Most students have found that applying these steps in order to each of the pathways is a very efficient and highly successfully way to learn metabolism 1 Purpose of the pathway 2 How the pathway connects to other pathways 3 How conditions the pathway is stimulated or inhibited 4 Names of molecules entering and leaving the pathway 5 Identify the control points regulatory steps 6 Identify regulatory molecules and the direction in which they push the pathway 7 Names of reactants and products for each regulated enzyme and each enzyme making or using ATP equivalents eg NADH GTP FADHZ 8 Essential Vitamins and cofactors involved in the pathway 9 Speci c molecules that inhibit or activate speci c enzymes 10 Consequences of enzyme defects discussed during lecture Modi ed from Biochemistry 460 Notes Dr Marc Tischler Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics University of Arizona and How to Study Metabolism Fordham University httpwwwlibrarvcsicunveduNdavisBiochem 3521metabstudvguidehtml SUGGESTIONS FOR STUDYING METABOLISM STAY CURRENT Scan the material on the Web prior to coming to class Review the notes after each class making notes about things you don t understand to ask the TA or instructor It is not possible to understand Biochemistry by cramming Read for understanding Read Mwhat you don t know Minimize the amount of material that you have to memorize Ifyou understand a general concept you can often gure out the speci c details rather than memorize them Understand the concepts rst Separate the concepts from the descriptive material Make notes instead of highlighting everything Arrange notes and study time in order ofdecreasing importance Learn the important things rst For each topic write down a short summary of the really important concepts Don t write down things you already know just the things you re likely to forget Diagram write the pathways Use gures more than words 7 Writing the pathways or diagramming concepts allows you to quickly identify parts you don t understand and to see how pathways and concepts interconnect UTILIZE THE HELP AVAILABLE 7 Learning Biochemistry is an active process Use the online tutorials and study aids Go to of ce hours Modifiedfrom Biochemistry 460 Notes Dr Marc Tischler Department ofBiochemistry and Molecular Biophysics University ofArizona and How to Study Metabolism quotFordham University httpwwwlibrarycsicunvealuNalavisBiochem 3521metabstudvguialehtml
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