Ch01 - CH339K (Biochemistry I) Dr. Rhonda Raymond OfFce...

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Unformatted text preview: CH339K (Biochemistry I) Dr. Rhonda Raymond OfFce Hours: Thursdays ~11-12 pm in WEL 4.230A Teaching Assistants : Peter Ruymgaart OH: Wednesdays 1-2 pm in Cubicle B (1 st floor of Welch) Nandini Chari OH: Mondays 2:30-3:30 pm in MBB 3.422F You will need to purchase an iClicker remote at the University Co-op and register your remote online by the 5th class day ( September 15 ). You must have come to class at least once and voted on at least one question in order to complete this registration properly. There will be an extra credit opportunity for students who bring their iClicker remote to class with them on September 10 (4th class day). Once you have voted on a question in my class, go to: http://www.iclicker.com/registration . Complete the Felds with your information. iClicker Syllabus Blackboard Course Website ( http://courses. utexas . edu ) Announcements Post lecture slide PDFs (posted after lecture) Exam study guides, keys and seating Link to eGradebook for grades Project Information (later) Study group information Introduction Chapter 1 and pp. 495-501 Both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells possess which of the following? A. a cytoskeleton B. a nuclear envelope C. mitochondria D. a plasma membrane 1-4 What differentiates eukaryotes from eubacteria and archaea? a nucleus Three distinct domains of life - evolved from common progenitor Eukarya, evolved from the same branch that gave rise to the Archaea; eukaryotes are therefore more closely related to archaea than to bacteria. 1-36 What evidence is there for endosymbiont hypothesis?...
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