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Anatomy and Physiology Chapter #2

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter #2

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter #2. 2.1 Introduction. Chemistry is the branch of science that considers the composition of matter and how this composition changes.

By clea
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Plant Defense and Secondary metabolism

Plant Defense and Secondary metabolism

Plant Defense and Secondary metabolism. Plant Defense: Multitrophic Interactions. Secondary carnivores. Carnivores. Herbivores. Pollinators. Shoots and flowers. Competitor plants. Pathogens. Aboveground. Belowground. Roots. Pathogens. Parasitic plants. Herbivores. Symbionts.

By ayasha
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Macromolecules

Macromolecules

Macromolecules. Ch 3.3-3.20. In- Macromolecules . Today we will begin discussing the four classes of macromolecules: Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids. Give two to three examples of each type of macromolecule. Functional Groups.

By ima
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Human Nutrition

Human Nutrition

Human Nutrition. Digestive System. Nutrients: Utilized or Stored Until Needed. Food Guide Pyramid. Diet and regular exercise. Nutrition - Macronutrients. Carbohydrates: major energy source, simple or complex. Metabolic rate related to glycemic index

By Anita
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Design Realization lecture 10

Design Realization lecture 10

Design Realization lecture 10. John Canny 9/25/03. Last Time. Introduction to prototyping processes CNC machining PC board manufacture Laser cutters, plasma, water cutters 3D printing: SLA, SLS, LOM, FDM Modular 3D printing Design review next Tuesday: bring your prototypes!.

By brie
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The Cell Membrane

The Cell Membrane

The Cell Membrane. All cells are separated from the external environment by a Plasma Membrane  Membrane is pliable and semipermiable only allowing certain materials in/out of cells. It is composed of many components. Phospholipids Cholsterol Proteins  Phospholipids

By marisela
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Monomers, polymers, and macromolecules

Monomers, polymers, and macromolecules

Monomers, polymers, and macromolecules. There are 4 categories of macromolecules: Carbohydrates Proteins, Lipids, and Nucleic acids. Carbon is the central element. All biomolecules contain a Carbon chain or ring Carbon has 4 outer shell electrons (valence = 4)

By hallie
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Chapter 21 Biochemistry

Chapter 21 Biochemistry

Chemistry: A Molecular Approach , 1 st Ed. Nivaldo Tro. Chapter 21 Biochemistry. Roy Kennedy Massachusetts Bay Community College Wellesley Hills, MA. 2008, Prentice Hall. Lipids. chemicals of the cell that are insoluble in water, but soluble in nonpolar solvents

By abraham
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The Plasma Membrane and Homeostasis

The Plasma Membrane and Homeostasis

The Plasma Membrane and Homeostasis. Homeostasis – Maintaining a Balance. Cells must keep the proper concentration of nutrients and water and eliminate wastes. The plasma membrane is selectively permeable – it will allow some things to pass through, while blocking other things.

By benjamin
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Natural Fats and Oils

Natural Fats and Oils

Natural Fats and Oils. L.O. I can explain the difference between saturated and unsaturated oils and fats and the risks associated with each. What are plant oils?. Plant oils are types of fat and can provide the body with energy. They are also good sources of vitamins. .

By farica
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CA García Sepúlveda MD PhD

CA García Sepúlveda MD PhD

Protein Localization, Translocation & Trafficking. CA García Sepúlveda MD PhD. Laboratorio de Genómica Viral y Humana Facultad de Medicina, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí. Introduction.

By dougal
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Almost all of the molecules that make up your body are polymers, chains of subunits.

Almost all of the molecules that make up your body are polymers, chains of subunits.

Almost all of the molecules that make up your body are polymers, chains of subunits. Each type of macromolecule is a polymer composed of a different type of subunit. . The subunits of the macromolecules we will examine are covalently-bonded.

By lundy
(121 views)

Fats and Proteins

Fats and Proteins

The good, the bad and the others. Fats and Proteins.

By jun
(58 views)

Biomacromolecules 2

Biomacromolecules 2

Biomacromolecules 2. Nucleic acids. RNA and DNA. What’s the D and the R???. Deoxyribonucleic acid Ribonucleic acid. The sugars. The nucleotide monomer. Nitrogen base. Phosphate group. Negative charge. O. C 5’. C 4’. C 1’. C 2’. C 3’. HO. H. OH. -O. P. O. O. Phosphate Group.

By ike
(136 views)

Cell Structures

Cell Structures

Cell Structures. Cell Structures. Barriers…. Cell Wall Plants & prok . (not animals) Structural (plant support) & protective role Cellulose in plants Freely permeable. Cell walls of onion skin…. Barriers…. Cell Membrane (plasma membrane) In ALL cells Support/protection

By swann
(144 views)

Introduction to Lipids

Introduction to Lipids

Introduction to Lipids. Functions Classifications Simple lipids Complex lipids Precursor and derived lipids Complex lipids incorporate Phospholipids Glycerophospholipids Sphingophospholipids Glycolipids Other complex lipids. More Introduction. Saturated lipids Unsaturated lipids

By wyome
(2595 views)

Biomolecules Tutorial

Biomolecules Tutorial

Biomolecules Tutorial. Mrs. Scott.

By june
(70 views)

Lipase

Lipase

Lipase. Emily and abby. Protein synthesis and construction. Proteins are constructed by the joining of amino acids. Protein synthesis occurs by the processes of transcription and translation . Transcription and Translation:

By trynt
(414 views)

Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Carbon Compounds. Biochemistry. I. Role of Carbon in Organisms. Organic compounds. ___________________ = compounds that contain carbon Ex: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins _____________________ = compounds that DO NOT contain carbon Ex: vitamins, minerals, water. Inorganic compounds.

By adriel
(192 views)

Carbs Review

Carbs Review

Carbs Review. What elements are found in carbs ?. Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. What is the ratio of C:H:O in a carb ?. 1:2:1. Why did scientists name the sugars “carbohydrates?”. Carbo = carbon Hydrate = 2:1 ratio of H:O just like a water molecule.

By fritz
(132 views)

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