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Exam Review Study Guide Chapter 1 Focus on these concepts Do not focus on these concepts Chapter 1 Homeostasis vs. Equilibrium Mass Balance vs. Mass Flow Extracellular vs. Intracellular environment Control Systems o Positive vs. negative response loops o Know components of response loops Focus on these sections and know the definitions in bold Circadian rhythm Acclimatization “The Science of Physiology” section will not be on the exam. You are expected to know this already. You are expected to know types of graphs Chapter 2 Molecular Bonds and strengths of bonds Major Classes of Biomolecules and basic structures ( not detailed chemical structure) Figures 2.5 and 2.6 and 2.8 are excellent guides Organic vs. Inorganic Protein interactions o Induced fit model o Ligand substrate binding o Dissociation constant and affinity o Factors altering protein binding o Reaction rates Law of Mass Action and how this relates to ATP production ( chapter 4)
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