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Biochemical Examples of CHEM321/322 Concepts
Biochemical Examples of CHEM321/322 Concepts - presentation

marina-yar

Stereochemistry. Many biomolecules, including proteins, carbohydrates and DNA, are chiral. . A typical drug molecule acts by docking with a target biomolecule such as an enzyme or receptor. These drugs are often chiral, and the two enantiomers may differ greatly in efficacy..

Biochemical Examples of CHEM321/322 Concepts
Biochemical Examples of CHEM321/322 Concepts - presentation

olivia-mor

Stereochemistry. Many biomolecules, including proteins, carbohydrates and DNA, are chiral. . A typical drug molecule acts by docking with a target biomolecule such as an enzyme or receptor. These drugs are often chiral, and the two enantiomers may differ greatly in efficacy..

BIOENERGETIKA
BIOENERGETIKA - presentation

celsa-spra

Kuplovanje. . egzergonih. . sa. . endergonim. . reakcijama. . hidroliza ATP. Odr. žavanje . koncentracije. ATP. -. a. van ekvilibrijuma. za 10 redova veličine. Homeostaza . se . odr. žava k.

Spectrophotometry   Coupled Assay
Spectrophotometry Coupled Assay - presentation

kittie-lec

Many compounds of biological importance do not have a distinct absorption maximum . λ. max . . . Nevertheless, their concentration can be determined if they can be linked to or coupled with a reaction that fulfills the following conditions :.

Glucose-6-Phosphate
Glucose-6-Phosphate - presentation

ellena-man

Dehydrogenase. . (G-6-PD). Introduction. G6PD deficiency is an allelic abnormality which is inherited in an X-linked recessive fashion.. G6PD deficiency is also known as "favism" since G6PD deficient individuals are also sometimes allergic to .

Diphenyleneiodonium inhibitsNF-kB activation and iNOSexpression induce
Diphenyleneiodonium inhibitsNF-kB activation and iNOSexpress - pdf

ellena-man

NADPH oxidase, mitochondrial NADH dehydrogenase,NADH oxidase, quinone oxidoreductase, cytochromeP450 reductase and NOS.24

Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis - presentation

tawny-fly

C483 Spring 2013. 1. What . structural feature is most responsible for chlorophyll's ability to absorb light?. A) The magnesium ion.. B) The conjugated double-bonds in the . tetrapyrrole. ring.. C) The .

Pg. ___ 4/28 Daily Catalyst
Pg. ___ 4/28 Daily Catalyst - presentation

tawny-fly

Where in the cell does glycolysis take place?. Cytosol. B) . golgi. body. n. ucleus . D) mitochondria . 2) Which of the following is not created during glycolysis?. NADH. Oxygen. ATP. Pyruvate.

Photosynthesis Chapter 8
Photosynthesis Chapter 8 - presentation

cheryl-pis

8-1: Energy & Life. What is energy?. The ability to do work.. What is the difference between autotrophs & heterotrophs?. . Autotrophs = make their own food. . Heterotrophs = can’t make their own food; must eat other organisms.

Enzymopathies = ENZYME DEFECTS
Enzymopathies = ENZYME DEFECTS - presentation

myesha-tic

G6PD Deficiency. (Glucose 6 phosphate . dehydrogenase. Deficiency). Objectives. To review the role of G6PD enzyme, and the red cell metabolism.. To define G6PD deficiency as a hemolytic anemia.. List the lab. Findings in G6PD deficiency..

1 Photosynthesis
1 Photosynthesis - presentation

luanne-sto

Energy & Life. 2. Photosynthesis. Plants use the Energy of sunlight to . convert . Water (H. 2. 0). and . Carbon Dioxide (CO. 2. ). into . Oxygen (O. 2. ). and . High Energy Carbohydrates. (sugars, e.g. Glucose) & Starches.

Photosynthesis Objective
Photosynthesis Objective - presentation

giovanna-b

SWBAT Describe the process of photosynthesis. Bellringer. What are the products and reactants of photosynthesis?. Adenine. Ribose. 3 Phosphate groups. Cell Energy:. Cells usable source of . energy. is called .

Photosynthesis & Respiration
Photosynthesis & Respiration - presentation

myesha-tic

Energy. Capacity to cause change. Kinetic. Energy associated with relative motion of objects. Thermal Energy. Energy associated w/ random movement of atoms or molecules. Potential. Energy that matter possesses b/c of location or structure.

Overview All organisms need a constant supply of energy to survive.
Overview All organisms need a constant supply of energy to s -

rivernesca

For most life on earth, the ultimate source of energy is . the sun. .. Converting that energy source into something usable is accomplished by . photosynthesis. .. Overview. Photosynthesis. : . the overall process by which sunlight .

Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis - presentation

min-jolico

Textbook pages 97 – 103. Photosynthesis . process used by plants using light energy to create sugar (glucose, C. 6. H. 12. O. 6. ) from carbon dioxide (CO. 2. ) and water (H. 2. O). oxygen gas (. O.

Photosynthesis Textbook pages 97 – 103
Photosynthesis Textbook pages 97 – 103 - presentation

tatyana-ad

Photosynthesis . process used by plants using light energy to create sugar (glucose, C. 6. H. 12. O. 6. ) from carbon dioxide (CO. 2. ) and water (H. 2. O). oxygen gas (. O. 2. ) is produced as a waste product and the light energy used is stored as chemical energy.

THE SUN: MAIN SOURCE OF ENERGY FOR LIFE ON EARTH
THE SUN: MAIN SOURCE OF ENERGY FOR LIFE ON EARTH - presentation

myesha-tic

Almost all plants are photosynthetic autotrophs, as are some bacteria and protists. Autotrophs generate their own organic matter through photosynthesis. Sunlight energy is transformed to energy stored in the form of chemical bonds.

1 Glycogen and starch
1 Glycogen and starch - presentation

pamella-mo

Maltose, lactose, . trehalose. , sucrose. Fructose, mannose, . galactose. Feeder pathways for . glycolysis. 2. Catabolism of cellular glycogen. Glycogen phosphorylase catalyzes an attack by Pi on the (.

 Micromolecules Presented by : Lucia Dhiantika Witasari
Micromolecules Presented by : Lucia Dhiantika Witasari - presentation

mitsue-sta

Overview. Water. Vitamins. Activated carrier molecules. Ions. 04/09/18. Lucia D. Witasari_dhiantika.staff.ugm.ac.id. 2. The . micromolecules. are represented by inorganic compounds like water and mineral and organic compounds like simple sugars, lipids, amino acids and nucleotides..

Quaestio: What happens during light dependent reactions?
Quaestio: What happens during light dependent reactions? - presentation

pamella-mo

Nunc Agenda: Write the formula for photosynthesis. Quaestio: How do plants capture the sun’s energy?. Nunc Agenda: What do you think photolysis means?. The Plant Cell. Chloroplast Structure. Chloro.

CHLOROPLASTS, CALVIN CYCLE, PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON TRANSFE
CHLOROPLASTS, CALVIN CYCLE, PHOTOSYNTHETIC ELECTRON TRANSFE - presentation

mitsue-sta

Photosynthesis. Photosynthesis. Light driven transfer of electron across a membrane. Results in a proton gradient which drives the bonding of ADP and Pi to form ATP. Important in the production of Oxygen and the generation of carbon compounds that make aerobic metabolism possible.

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