bio 151 ch 3
bio 151 ch 3 BIO 151
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PARTIAL Study GuideExam 1 BIOL 151 Spring 2016 All figure numbers are from the 4 edition of the Freeman textbook APPLICATIONS AND UNDERSTANDING ON THE EXAM (covering Ch 13, so far) : Know the number of covalent bonds that can be formed by hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon, oxygen, and sulfur. Identify the 6 common types of functional groups In addition, be ready to draw the chemical structural formula of: a single amino acid with a generic R group (Fig. 3.2) a 2amino acid dipeptide (Fig. 3.6) Be ready to discuss these experiments: Pasteur’s experiment (Fig 1.2) Chemical reactions response to temperature and concentration (Fig 2.22) Chapter 3: Protein Structure and Function NOTE: Use the vocabulary below to identify what you are responsible for in each chapter. Text: Figures 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 3.5, 3.6, 3.7, 3.10, 3.11, 3.12, 3.13, Table 3.2, 3.14, 3.17, 3.18, 3.20, 3.21 Blue Thread and Check Your Understandingall Summary of Key Concepts14 (all 4), including blue thread questions Test Your Knowledgequestions 16 Test Your Understandingquestions 26 Applying Concepts to New Situationsquestion 4 Vocabulary: α(alpha)helix hydrophilic activation energy hydrophobic active site induced fit allosteric regulation ionized amino acid macromolecule β(beta)pleated sheet monomer catalysis nonionized catalyst peptide chemical equilibrium peptide bond competitive inhibition polymer condensation reaction polymerization dehydration reaction polypeptide denaturation primary structure disulfide bond prion enzyme protein folding quaternary structure function Rgroup hydrolysis reaction kinetics 1 secondary structure tertiary structure sickle cell anemia transition state side chain van der Waals interactions substrate 2 3
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