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### ece603_midterm1_2006

Course: ECE ECE603, Fall 2010
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603 ECE - Probability and Random Processes, Fall 2006 Midterm Exam #1 October 16th, 6:00-8:00pm, Marston 132 Overview The exam consists of six problems for 120 points. The points for each part of each problem are given in brackets - you should spend your two hours accordingly. The exam is closed book, but you are allowed one page-side of notes. Calculators are not allowed. I will provide all necessary blank...

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Lecture 11 : Protein folding - sheetsFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be taken fr
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Lecture 12 : Hb / positive cooperativityFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be taken
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Lecture 13 : Hb / pH, DPG, mutationsFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be taken fro
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Lecture 14: Enzyme mechanisms and regulationFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be t
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Lecture 15 : Enzyme kineticsRaw dataN-01N-02N-03N-04N-05N-06Simple system of 3 ksN-07N-08N-09k-cat = k2N-10Michaelis-Menten variationsN-11N-12N-13N-14N-17Effects of inhibitorsN-18N-19S-initN-20N-21
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Lecture 16 : MonosaccharidesFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be taken from the te
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Lecture 17 : PolysaccharidesFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be taken from the te
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Lecture 18 : Nucleic acids monomers / chainsFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be t
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Lecture 19 : PolynucleotidesFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be taken from the te
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Lecture 20 : DNA / protein relationshipsFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be taken
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Lecture 21 : Lipids based on fatty acidsFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be taken
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Lecture 22 : Isoprene lipids , membranesFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 5thEdition, published (2009) by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures might be taken
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Lecture 23 : Introduction to metabolismFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 4thEdition, published by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures were taken from the te
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Lecture 24 : Glycolysis 10 stepsFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 4thEdition, published by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures were taken from the textbook
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Lecture 25 : Glycolysis energeticsPlot : delta-G vs. step #N-1N-2N-2Hexokinase : couplingN-3N-4N-4N-5Paying for ATP and NADHsynthesisN-6N-6Products of steps 6and 7 combined :G3P (GAP)3PGReactant atbeginning ofstep 6Product atend ofs
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Lecture 26 : GluconeogenesisFigures in this presentation appear in Biological Chemistry, Bio 205 Classnotes, 4thEdition, published by the Custom Services division of John Wiley and Sons, Inc.(Hoboken, NJ). Some figures were taken from the textbook list