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University Of Michigan - BIO 310
  • 7 Pages Exam+2--W02
    Exam+2--W02

    School: University Of Michigan

    ., (25 ,ipleGhoiceQuestions: questions,S points each) I is for tested usein congestive heart failure; clinical it effect is an increase forceof the .,. Augmentin a newdrugbeing bontraction heartmusclE lt affectsthe Na'/K-ATPaseby blocking phosphory

  • 4 Pages Chemical messengers
    Chemical Messengers

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    What causes type I Diabetes? lack of insulin What causes type II Diabetes? Defects in the insulin receptor function What happens when Ca 2+ levels are too high? - Cells in the kidney synthesize the hormonally active form of VITAMIN D- Stop Ca release from

  • 4 Pages DNA enzymes
    DNA Enzymes

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    helicase catalyzes breaking of h bonds between base pairs and opening of the double helix, unwinds strands of DNA and exposes H bonds single strand DNA binding protein stabilize single stranded DNA, interact with exposed strands want to make H bonds, help

  • 3 Pages DNA
    DNA

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    DNA is _ for cells genetic material DNA must be: faithfully copied during cell divisions, used as a template to make mRNA's- encodes cellular products that determine phenotype, minimize number of mistakes made during DNA replication, central dogma of biol

  • 4 Pages Exam 1 Review
    Exam 1 Review

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    What are epithelial tissues? Tissue that consist of layers of tightly packed cells that cover the outside of the body and line the surface of organs A polarity or sidednessAn What characteristic does all epithelium has an apical side epithelial tissue hav

  • 4 Pages Exam 2 Review
    Exam 2 Review

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    What is dermal tissue? Single layer of cells covering plant which secretes waxy cuticle (reduces evaporation and barrier against pathogens What is ground tissue? Bulk of plant body, complex (several types of cells, many specialized for structural support

  • 4 Pages Exam 3 Review Notes
    Exam 3 Review Notes

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    How does sucrose move from the leaf into companion cells? Active transport it is higher (negative solute How does the concentration potential) than adjacent of sucrose in phloem xylem (higher'less negative compare to xylem? solute potential What is the wa

  • 2 Pages Morphogen
    Morphogen

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    Morphogen Molecule that provides spatial information during embyronic development via concentration gradient. Aniridia Like Eyeless; humans without Aniridia lack an iris. Acromosomal Reaction To digest jelly layer of female egg. Fertilization envelope cor

  • 3 Pages RNA processing
    RNA Processing

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    wobble hypothesis the anticodon of tRNA can still bond successfully to a codon whose third position requires a nonstandard base pairing, 1st and 2nd pairs complementary the last nucleotide does not matter - one tRNA is able to base pair with more than one

  • 4 Pages Cell Signaling
    Cell Signaling

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    Cell Signaling (def) ability of cells to perceive signals from outside the cell and alter cellular activities in response Signal (def) factor outside of the cell Receptor (def) protein cell that binds to signal (signal changes receptor activity) Signaling

  • 6 Pages 310E2KEYPOST
    310E2KEYPOST

    School: University Of Michigan

    Please note item number 5 below, on this sheet passed out with the exams Written re-grades are due by Wednesday at 3PM. Biology 310 Exam 2 Please Read: 1. Ensure that you have 11 total exam pages. Ensure that your name is clearly written on the exam

  • 4 Pages 310E3KEYSPOST
    310E3KEYSPOST

    School: University Of Michigan

    Biology 310 Introductory Biochemistry Drs. Balazovich and Ameziane Exam 3 19 April 2005 Write clearly. It is wrong if we can't read it. For multiple choice: choose the best answer(s) for each problem . FORM 1 FORM2 FORM3 FORM 4 1D B D D 2D C E E

  • 10 Pages Exam+2--W03
    Exam+2--W03

    School: University Of Michigan

    Print Name Bio3l0 Introductory Biochemistry 8-Digit ID Winter Term 2003 Exam2 FORM Write clearly.It is wrongif we can't readit problem for For multiplechoice: choose bestanswer(s) each the Three Point Questions 1. Indicatewhich statement correct:

  • 12 Pages Exam+2-Winter+2006
    Exam+2-Winter+2006

    School: University Of Michigan

  • 9 Pages Exam+2--W04
    Exam+2--W04

    School: University Of Michigan

    Bio310 Exam 2 Winter Term 2004 PrintName Write clearly. lt is wrong if we can't read it. for For multiplechoice:choosethe best answer(s) eachproblem ThreePointQuestions (PEP) of groupfromphosphenolpyruvate to pyruvate an example is 1. Transfer a p

  • 6 Pages PostedE1Keys
    PostedE1Keys

    School: University Of Michigan

    Bio 310 Winter 2005 Keys Exam 1 The first page of the exam, marked "Tear off and keep this page", contains some important information regarding exam regrades and the exam format. Please read that page again before asking us questions regarding exam

  • 3 Pages E2Pract
    E2Pract

    School: University Of Michigan

    Biology 310 Introductory Biochemistry Exam 2 Choose the best answer(s) for each problem You have seen exam 1 and a practice exam 1 to get an idea of the kinds of things we can ask. Rather than post a whole exam, I am posting representative question

  • 8 Pages NeedToKnow11-16
    NeedToKnow11-16

    School: University Of Michigan

    BIOCHEMISTRY NEED TO KNOW Chapter 11 Chapters 11 and 12 will unite the concepts and molecules learned in all the rest of the course thus far. The general theme is the structure and function of Biological Membranes. The concepts and models presented i

  • 11 Pages NeedToKnow17-22
    NeedToKnow17-22

    School: University Of Michigan

    Chap 17: -As we start another oxidative pathway, keep in mind previously studied pathways (glycolysis/gluconeogenesis/TCA cycle) and understand how to link the most important intermediates of these pathway to the fatty acid oxidation (slide # 1). -Fo

  • 3 Pages Example+quiz+questions
    Example+quiz+questions

    School: University Of Michigan

    Listed below are representative questions of the type, format and level of detail that you can expect on quizzes and exams. There is a greater number of questions given than you will see on a quiz. 1. (6 pts) Identify the following functional groups

  • 3 Pages RNA
    RNA

    School: University Of Michigan

    Course: Introductory Biochemistry

    RNA processing euks vs proks proks use RNA immediately in translation, mRNA translated to proteins same time made into mRNA euks process RNA before it is used, need to process the mRNA before make proteins all occur within nucleus and then translation occ

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