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DNA, RNA, & Proteins

DNA, RNA, & Proteins

DNA, RNA, & Proteins. The shape of DNA. A DNA molecule is shaped like a spiral staircase and is composed of two parallel strands of linked subunits. The spiral shape of DNA is known as a double helix. Each strand of DNA is made up of linked subunits called nucleotides.

By RexAlvis
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Biological Membranes

Biological Membranes

Biological Membranes. Biological membranes Complex, dynamic structures made of lipid and protein molecules Perform many functions Define cell as a compartment Regulate passage of materials Participate in chemical reactions Transmit signals between cell interior and the environment

By Patman
(408 views)

Genetics & Biological Polymers RNA/DNA

Genetics & Biological Polymers RNA/DNA

Genetics & Biological Polymers RNA/DNA. Large Organic Macromolecules. Proteins/ Enzymes. How are proteins & RNA/DNA related? Amino Acids. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQZQiEdOPJY. Amino Acids Legos of Chemical Biology.

By Pat_Xavi
(407 views)

2.4 Proteins

2.4 Proteins

2.4 Proteins. http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/content/molecules/proteins/protein.swf. Essential idea: Proteins have a very wide range of functions in living organisms.

By jacob
(260 views)

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism

Protein Turnover and Amino Acid Catabolism. Chem 454: Biochemistry II University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Introduction. Proteins are degraded into amino acids. Protein turnover is tightly regulated. First step in protein degradation is the removal of the nitrogen

By Jims
(670 views)

Biochemistry

Biochemistry

Biochemistry. Lysozyme – a protein. Chemical Bonds. Covalent bonds form between atoms of nonmetals by sharing of electrons - Molecules bond covalenty. Ionic bonds form between oppositely charged ions after the transfer of electrons - Salts bond ionically. Organic Molecules.

By Lucy
(449 views)

Introduction to Biotechnology and Drug Development

Introduction to Biotechnology and Drug Development

Introduction to Biotechnology and Drug Development. BIO 37 Michael G. Walker. Ph.D. Stanford University Medical Computer Science Dissertation on DNA sequence analysis Consultant for Pharma & Biotech Roche, Affymetrix, Incyte Renovis, Expression Diagnostics, Genomic Health

By jana
(214 views)

HEALTHY EATING!!!

HEALTHY EATING!!!

HEALTHY EATING!!!. RICH OR HEALTHY?. One in every 25 children are now obese, which means they're so overweight it's bad for their health. But why do you think it's such a big problem? . They should make healthy food look and taste better, then more people will want to eat it.

By liam
(290 views)

PROTEINS

PROTEINS

PROTEINS. INTRODUCTION. Useful Proteins. There are thousands and thousands of different combinations of amino acids that can make up proteins and that would increase if each one had multiple shapes Proteins usually have only one useful conformation

By fawn
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4-2 Parts of the Eukaryotic Cell Part 1

4-2 Parts of the Eukaryotic Cell Part 1

4-2 Parts of the Eukaryotic Cell Part 1. Cell Biology or Cytology. Cyto = cell ology = study Uses observations from several types of microscopes to create a total picture of how a cell is put together. The Plasma Membrane. Separates the cell from the environment.

By whitby
(284 views)

Three Sections of the Cell

Three Sections of the Cell

Three Sections of the Cell. All cells take in food, rid waste, reproduce 3 main sections 1) Nucleus 2) Cytoplasm 3) Plasma Membrane. Cytoplasm. Jelly-like material inside of the cell Most organelles float within Job : Allow chemical reactions to take place. Plasma Membrane.

By mimi
(339 views)

Overview of ATP Production

Overview of ATP Production

Overview of ATP Production. Presented by: Professor Steven P. Dion – Salem State College Sport, Fitness & Leisure Studies Dept. ATP Production. Before cells can use the energy of sunlight or energy /calories stored in carbohydrates, they must transfer the energy to molecules of ATP .

By hamish
(686 views)

Proteins

Proteins

Proteins. Proteins:. Multipurpose molecules. insulin. pepsin. collagen (skin). Proteins . Examples muscle skin, hair, fingernails, claws collagen, keratin pepsin digestive enzyme in stomach insulin hormone that controls blood sugar levels. Proteins. Function:

By jenn
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CHEMISTRY OF LIVING THINGS

CHEMISTRY OF LIVING THINGS

Chapter 2. CHEMISTRY OF LIVING THINGS. CHEMISTRY. Defined as the study of the structure of matter and the composition of substances, their properties, and their chemical reactions Biochemistry is the study of chemical reactions of living things. MATTER AND ENERGY.

By cameo
(342 views)

Bioethics Case Studies

Bioethics Case Studies

Bioethics Case Studies. Patenting Genes. What is a patent?.

By karsen
(679 views)

MITOCHONDRIA

MITOCHONDRIA

MITOCHONDRIA. ( Powerhouse of the Cell). Mitochondria (singular, mitochondrion) – are typically tubular or rod-shaped organelles found in the cytoplasm of most cells and produces enzymes for the metabolic conversion of food to energy.

By lyre
(563 views)

Meat tenderizer contains an enzyme that interacts with meat. If meat is coated with tenderizer and then placed in a refr

Meat tenderizer contains an enzyme that interacts with meat. If meat is coated with tenderizer and then placed in a refr

Meat tenderizer contains an enzyme that interacts with meat. If meat is coated with tenderizer and then placed in a refrigerator for a short time, how would the enzyme be affected? (1) It would be broken down. (2) Its activity would slow down. (3) Its shape would change.

By clifton
(671 views)

CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE

CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE

CARBON AND THE MOLECULAR DIVERSITY OF LIFE. Section A: The Importance of Carbon. Section A: The Importance of Carbon. 1. Organic chemistry is the study of carbon compounds 2. Carbon atoms are the most versatile building blocks of molecules

By hume
(228 views)

COMPLEMENT SYSTEM

COMPLEMENT SYSTEM

COMPLEMENT SYSTEM. Dr Farzana Salman. Antibodies act mainly in two ways 1. By direct attack on the invader 2. By activation of the complement system. Direct Action of Antibodies. Agglutination Precipitation Neutralization Lysis. COMPLEMENT SYSTEM. Complement system.

By oona
(319 views)

Digestive Enzymes

Digestive Enzymes

Digestive Enzymes. Our food is made up of:. Carbohydrates: Bread, Pasta, Potato Protein: Meat, Nuts, Lentils Fats: Butter, Milk Our body needs to digest them – turn them into a form that can be absorbed into the blood and used by cells. Enzymes make this possible.

By kirkan
(177 views)

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