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Principles Of Biochemistry

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Principles Of Biochemistry CHM 33300

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Date Created: 09/19/15
CHM333 CHM 333 Fall 2007 Professor Christine Hrycyna Review Sheet Exam 1 Introduction to biochemistry Major classes amp function ofbiomolecules Eukaryotic cells organelles Amino acids know all 20 structure full name three letter name one letter name classi cation special characteristics general structure stereochemistry D vs L enantiomers chirality general rules for placement in protein synthesis essential vs nonessential Ltryptophan Monosodium glutamate MSG Scurvy Kwashiorkor Phenylketonuria PKU RoundUp mechanism of action Buffers Ka pKa pH pOH strong vs weak acids HendersonHasselbalch equation maximum buffer capacity polyprotic acids ionization of amino acids net charge pI physiological buffers alkalosisacidosis Peptide bond 7 properties and drawing Drawing peptides at various pHs Biologically important peptides Classi cation of proteins Protein Functions Noncovalent interactions Globular vs brous proteins Keratin and Collagen Monomer vs oligomer N amino acid MW and N protein MW Primary structure Secondary structure ocheliX Ssheet loops or turns hydrogen bonding Tertiary structure Quaternary structure CHM 333 Review Sheet Exam 3 Fluid Mosaic Model Membrane Function Membrane Transport Symporters Antiporters Uniporters Passive Transport Facilitated Diffusion Simple Diffusion Active Transport Cellular Metabolism Catabolism Anabolism Metabolic Pathways Three Stages Compartmentalization FADFADHZ 15 ATP NADVNADH 25 ATP Metabolic Reactions Group Transfer Hydrolysis NonHydrolytic Cleavage Isomerization Rearrangement OXidation Reduction Bond Formation Using ATP Common Functional Groups Thioester Bonds Substrate Level Phosphorylation OXidative Phosphorylation Thermodynamics Free Energy Spontaneity Coupling Reactions ATP Energy Currency Phosphoanhydride Bonds Glycolysis Degradative Cytosol Fates of Pyruvate Overall Reaction Structure Glucose Pyruvate Enzymes Types and Names Regulatory Steps ATP Formation Use Cofactors Used Generated Investment Vs Dividend Phase Entry of Other Carbohydrates into Glycolysis Know structures and reactions Recognize reaction types Glycogen Metabolism Storage amp Degradation Ethanol Metabolism Gluconeogenesis How Different From Glycolysis Regulation Cori Cycle Overall Reaction Pyruvate Dehydrogenase Complex Location Translocation All Cofactors Used Generated Regulation TCA Cycle Two Purposes Differences between Glycolysis and TCA Location Cofactors UsedGenerated ATP UsedGenerated Regulatory Steps Know structures and reactions Enzyme Types and Names Recognize reaction types Overall Reaction Pentose Phosphate Pathway Primary Products Ribose5Phosphate NADPH Overall Reaction Regulation Four Cellular Possibilities Role of NADPH in Red Blood Cells Glucose6Phosphate Dehydrogenase Recognize reaction types


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