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Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry. Metabolism. Cellular Metabolism. Metabolism. All the chemical reactions in the body; or acquiring and using energy Digestion: catabolism (breakdown) of nutrients in the GI tract for absorption ATP production for cellular energy Anabolism to build cellular structures

By DoraAna
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Introduction to Biochemistry

Introduction to Biochemistry

Introduction to Biochemistry. Andy Howard Biochemistry, Fall 2008 IIT. What is biochemistry?. By the end of this course you should be able to construct your own definition; but for now: Biochemistry is the study of chemical reactions in living tissue. What is biochemistry? Cells

By elina
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Study Of Compound Lipids

Study Of Compound Lipids

Study Of Compound Lipids. Compound Lipids. Compound lipids are class of Lipids C hemically Esters of Fatty acids with Alcohols attached with Additional groups. A dditional Groups in Compound Lipids may be either of these: Phosphoric acid Nitrogenous Base Carbohydrate moieties

By liza
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Lipids

Lipids

PL. GL. TAG. GPL. SL. SL. FA. S. FA. FA. C. MS/OS. P. A. Lipids. Eric Niederhoffer SIU-SOM. Storage (neutral). Membrane (polar). G. FA. P. G3P. Glycerophospholipids. General Structure. PA. Net Charge pH 7 = -1. PC. PI45BP. Net Charge pH 7 = 0. Net Charge pH 7 = -4.

By ember
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Route of exposure, mode of action and modifying factors

Route of exposure, mode of action and modifying factors

Route of exposure, mode of action and modifying factors. Important considerations – interaction of animals and plants with xenobiotics Exposure Uptake Transport Storage Metabolism Excretion. LEAF. EPIDERMIS (stomata). Uptake barriers are important. For example:

By delores
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THE JACKSON MEDICAL MALL FOUNDATION

THE JACKSON MEDICAL MALL FOUNDATION

THE JACKSON MEDICAL MALL FOUNDATION. PRESENTED TO. THE CITIZEN’S HEALTH CARE WORKING GROUP JUNE 8, 2005 JACKSON, MS. HISTORY. JACKSON MALL 1968 BEGAN TO DECAY IN 1978 DR. SHIRLEY’S VISION BECAME A REALITY IN 1995 JACKSON STATE UNIVERSITY TOUGALOO COLLEGE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER

By thi
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Lipids: Fats & Oils

Lipids: Fats & Oils

Lipids: Fats & Oils. Concentrated energy molecules. Lipids. Lipids . Examples fats oils waxes hormones sex hormones testosterone (male) estrogen (female). Lipids. Function: energy storage very concentrated twice the energy as carbohydrates! cell membrane cushions organs

By shae
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Lipids

Lipids

Lipids. 4 Types of Lipids. 1. Triglycerides => energy storage. The flabby stuff most of us have on certain parts of our bodies is cells filled with triglycerides How made? see Fig. 3.8 in text. The fatty acids found in triglycerides (and other lipids) are either: saturated fat :

By habib
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Lipids and Membranes

Lipids and Membranes

Lipids and Membranes. Chapter 12 (pp. 382 – 454) Read topics covered in lectures. What are Lipids? (Greek: lipos, fat). Fourth major group of molecules found in cell Lipids are not polymeric (unlike nucleic acids, proteins & polysaccharides) Water insoluble

By ling
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Review of Analytical Methods Part 2: Electrochemistry

Review of Analytical Methods Part 2: Electrochemistry

Review of Analytical Methods Part 2: Electrochemistry. Roger L. Bertholf, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Pathology Chief of Clinical Chemistry & Toxicology University of Florida Health Science Center/Jacksonville. Analytical methods used in clinical chemistry. Spectrophotometry

By mandel
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Multiple Stage Tandem Mass Spectrometry for identification of plastic contaminations in blood plasma using nano electros

Multiple Stage Tandem Mass Spectrometry for identification of plastic contaminations in blood plasma using nano electros

Multiple Stage Tandem Mass Spectrometry for identification of plastic contaminations in blood plasma using nano electrospray ionization. Tobias Kind and Kwang-Hyeon Liu FiehnLab UC Davis 2009 http://fiehnlab.ucdavis.edu/staff/kind/Metabolomics/LipidAnalysis.

By jamese
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Macromolecules

Macromolecules

monomer. function . Lab Test. Lab Test. Lab Test. function. function. Positive Negative. Positive Negative. Positive Negative. Macromolecules. Carbohydrates. Lipids. Proteins. Nucleic Acids. monomer. monomer. monomer. monomer. function. 4 Important Polysaccharides.

By eytan
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Lipids

Lipids

Lipids. Introduction : The lipids are a heterogeneous group of compounds, including fats, oils, steroids, waxes, and related compounds, that are related more by their physical than by their chemical properties. They have the common property of being (1) relatively insoluble in water and

By maitland
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VIDEO LECTURE 1 LIPIDS CLASSIFICATION& FUNCTIONS

VIDEO LECTURE 1 LIPIDS CLASSIFICATION& FUNCTIONS

VIDEO LECTURE 1 LIPIDS CLASSIFICATION& FUNCTIONS. DEFINITION. A group of organic compounds that are insoluble in water(hydrophobic) but soluble in organic solvents Most membrane lipids are amphipathic small molecules having polar head group and non polar tail group. FUNCTIONS OF LIPIDS.

By novia
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Nucleic acids

Nucleic acids

Nucleic acids. Nucleic Acids. Information storage. proteins. DNA. Nucleic Acids. Function: genetic material stores information genes blueprint for building proteins DNA  RNA  proteins transfers information blueprint for new cells blueprint for next generation. T. G. A. C.

By kiefer
(200 views)

Chapter 9 (part 1)

Chapter 9 (part 1)

Chapter 9 (part 1). Lipids and Membranes. Lipid Subclasses. Fatty acids. Fatty acid nomenclature. Common saturated fatty acids. Common unsaturated fatty acids. 18:0 18:1 18:3. 70 o 13 o -17 o. Physical Properties of Fatty acids.

By rasul
(143 views)

Chemistry 121 Winter 2016

Chemistry 121 Winter 2016

Introduction to Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry Instructor Dr. Upali Siriwardane (Ph.D. Ohio State) E-mail: upali@latech.edu Office : 311 Carson Taylor Hall ; Phone: 318-257-4941; Office Hours : MTW 8:00 - 10:00 am; ThF 9:00 - 10:00 am 1:00 - 2:00 pm.

By alcina
(187 views)

HL Chemistry - Option B : Human Biochemistry

HL Chemistry - Option B : Human Biochemistry

HL Chemistry - Option B : Human Biochemistry. Lipids. Lipids: Two Major Categories. Lipids are generally categorized as either saponifiable or non-saponifiable Saponifiable lipids are formed from the reaction of glycerol (1,2,3-propanetriol) and long chain carboxylic acids (fatty acids)

By banyan
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Fermentation monitoring using in-line and non-invasive spectrometric measurements

Fermentation monitoring using in-line and non-invasive spectrometric measurements

Fermentation monitoring using in-line and non-invasive spectrometric measurements. C.A. McGill, A. Nordon and D. Littlejohn Dept of Pure and Applied Chemistry/CPACT, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. Fermentation process. Streptomyces process

By nasia
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Chapter #12

Chapter #12

Chapter #12. Blood. 12.1. Blood is a type of connective tissue whose cells are suspended in a liquid material. 12.2. Whole blood is: Slightly heavier than water 3 to 4 times more viscous (resistance to flow) Blood cells form mainly in the red bone marrow.

By cassara
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