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Recognizing Biological Molecules

Recognizing Biological Molecules

Recognizing Biological Molecules. These slides are to help you practice recognizing biological molecules and characteristics of these molecules from their structure. Similar questions may appear on the exam.

By KeelyKia
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Properties of Water

Properties of Water

Properties of Water. Covalent bonding. Polar covalent bond – unequal sharing of electrons A great example of a molecule with polar covalent bonds is water. Why is water considered polar? What is a partial positive and partial negative charge?. Properties of Water.

By Mercy
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Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry. 阮雪芬 Sep 9, 2002 NTUT. Chapter 1. Introduction. History What is biochemistry Biochemistry and life Biochemical Energy Transfer of Information from DNA to Protein. History. Life: 150 years ago Biochemistry: 60 years ago. What is Biochemistry. ?. Definition.

By Leo
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PHOTOSYNTHESIS

PHOTOSYNTHESIS

PHOTOSYNTHESIS. PHOTOSYNTHESIS. Photosynthesis is ability of a plant to turn sunlight, air, and water into sugar (energy).

By lajos
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Importance of proper intake of organic compounds

Importance of proper intake of organic compounds

Importance of proper intake of organic compounds. Sibor, jetra mae s. Tolentino, bryan joseph p. TABLE OF CONTENTS. BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES CARBOHYDRATES PROTEINS FATS LIPIDS STRUCTURES FUNCTIONS FOOD SOURCES. BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES.

By eavan
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Medicines

Medicines

Medicines. Advanced Higher Chemistry Unit 3(e). DRUGS. Substances which alter the biochemical processes in the body. Those with beneficial effects are called medicines . HISTORY. The first drugs came from plant brews. Pharmacologically active products in plant extracts were identified.

By guri
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Biology 107 Carbon and Molecular Diversity

Biology 107 Carbon and Molecular Diversity

Biology 107 Carbon and Molecular Diversity. September 4, 2002. Organic Molecules Contain Carbon. Valence Shells of Atoms Most Commonly Found in Organic Molecules. Majors Types of Isomers. Structural isomers Geometric isomers Enantiomers (mirror-images). Functional Groups.

By ranee
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Energy and Enzymes

Energy and Enzymes

Energy and Enzymes. Life requires energy. Almost all energy for life is derived from the sun. A “factoid” - . The sun’s energy that strikes Earth each day is equivalent to one million Hiroshima-sized atomic bombs.

By hali
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Organization

Organization

Organization . Atom: Carbon Molecule: Myoglobin (a protein) Cells: Muscle Cell Tissues : homogenous layer of cells. One being smooth muscle which is composed of layers of smooth muscle cells.

By dusty
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Chapter 13 Theory of Evolution

Chapter 13 Theory of Evolution

Chapter 13 Theory of Evolution . I. Charles Darwin – p. 276 A. WHO? British naturalist WHAT? 5 year voyage on the Beagle from England around the world WHERE? South America (Galapagos Islands) WHY? Study variation in life forms .

By kumiko
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Bioinformatics lectures at Rice University

Bioinformatics lectures at Rice University

Bioinformatics lectures at Rice University. Li Zhang Lecture 1 Department of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology MD Anderson Cancer Center March-April , 2012. Contact information. Li Zhang Phone: 713-563-4298 (office) 713-962-6661 (cell) Email: lzhangli@mdanderson.org

By kiril
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Molecular Biology

Molecular Biology

Molecular Biology. Elements present in your body other than water…. Carbon-30% of all biomass, original source of C is CO2 from photosynthesis Hydrogen Nitrogen Oxygen Phosphorus Sulfur If carbon is present then the compound is considered organic.

By dallon
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Spontaneity and Thermodynamics

Spontaneity and Thermodynamics

Spontaneity and Thermodynamics. SCH4U0. Spontaneity. Recall the combustion of methane The products contain lower potential energy than the reactants The reaction is exothermic. CH 4 , 2 O 2. Δ H . PE. CO 2 , 2 H 2 O. Spontaneity.

By hisano
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Rational Drug Design

Rational Drug Design

Rational Drug Design. Using the 3D Shape of Proteins to Design Drugs. The drug is most commonly an organic small molecule produced through chemical synthesis which activates or inhibits the function of a biomolecule . Designing a drug.

By elani
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Chemical Processes

Chemical Processes

Chemical Processes. Anatomy and Physiology Unit 2. Energy. Energy- the ability to do work or to put matter into motion. Kinetic energy-moving objects Potential energy- inactive or stored energy. Types of Energy.

By jonny
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HOW ENZYMES FUNCTION

HOW ENZYMES FUNCTION

HOW ENZYMES FUNCTION. 5.14 Activation Energy. Activation energy ( E A ): Energy available to break bonds and form new ones Although there is a lot of potential energy in biological molecules, such as carbohydrates, it is not released spontaneously. Reaction without enzyme. E A without

By grazia
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I. Let’s Talk About

I. Let’s Talk About

CARBON!!. I. Let’s Talk About . Carbon atoms have: 6 protons 6 neutrons 6 electrons (when neutral). Carbon atoms have 4 valence electrons, and they are all single. Carbon atoms will always make 4 bonds. There are lots of ways to do this: 4 single bonds OR

By payton
(108 views)

Extraction of DNA from Human Cheek Cells

Extraction of DNA from Human Cheek Cells

Extraction of DNA from Human Cheek Cells. Extracting DNA from Your Cells . Today you will extract DNA from your cheek cells. This process is similar to what is done when any DNA-containing tissue is found at a crime scene.

By cassia
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Magnetic Torque Tweezers: measuring torsional stiffness in DNA and RecA -DNA filaments

Magnetic Torque Tweezers: measuring torsional stiffness in DNA and RecA -DNA filaments

critical twist density. Magnetic Torque Tweezers: measuring torsional stiffness in DNA and RecA -DNA filaments Lipfert , J., Kerssemakers , J. W., Jager , T. & Dekker, N. H. . Effective Torsional Stiffness C is determined by the slope!.

By naomi
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What is Biophysics?

What is Biophysics?

What is Biophysics? Biophysics is that branch of knowledge that applies the principles of physics and chemistry and the methods of mathematical analysis and computer modeling to understand how biological systems work.

By dani
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