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Principles of Biochemistry Assigned Reading and Questions The starred questions * are those that are due for homework to be discussed in the weekly problem session. This homework is due at the start of the Monday morning lecture class at 8:30 AM. You can put your assignment in the box at the front of the class. Credit / bonus points will not be awarded for late homework assignments handed in after the lecture has begun. The additional study questions support the class lectures and should help you study and understand the various topics covered in class. PLEASE TYPE / DRAW YOUR ANSWERS ONTO THESE QUESTION PAGES IN 12 FONT. The larger font will allow us to distinguish the question from the answer and quickly determine if you have completed the assignment. For questions requiring chemical structures, chemical reactions, pathways, or where illustrations or schematics are needed, simply space down to allow room to draw in your answer to the question. INTRODUCTION TO METABOLISM ___CHAPTER 10 Chap. 10.1. Metabolism is a Network of Reactions pp 294-297 1.* What are the distinguishing features of anabolic and catabolic reactions? Note: Figure 10.1.Anabolism and catabolism. This schematic illustrates the relationship or cycle of anabolic and catabolic reactions. Note how energy is used differently in these reactions where in one pathway supplies energy whereas the other used this energy for synthesis. Of course, another potential source of energy is sunlight as shown in this scheme.
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