Exam3Review - Chapter 8 Membranes 1) Draw a typical fatty...

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Chapter 8 – Membranes 1) Draw a typical fatty acid – saturated and unsaturated. 2) Draw neutral fat – triglyceride. 3) Draw typical phosphoglyceride. 4) Draw typical sphingosine based lipid. 5) Draw cholesterol. 6) Bilayers – general nature - effect of unsaturated fatty acid - effect of cholesterol - asymmetry of bilayer - diffusion fast, flipping slow 7) Membrane Proteins – 2 general types - α -helix - β -barrel - linkages – N and O 8) Transport – porins = holes - gated channels - Na + /K + ATPase 9) Membrane fusion – see figure 8.30
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Chapter 9 – Overview of Metabolism 1) Anabolism/Catabolism links – Figure 9-1 and elsewhere (eg. Fig. 9-8 and Fig. 9-10). 2) Digestion – biopolymers to monomeric units in duodenum, eg. Starches, proteins, neutral fats. 3) Protein degradation – ubiquitin tagging and proteasome/lyosome degradation. 4) Cofactors – NAD/NADP – know structures of both oxidized and reduced forms. - know uses of FAD, CoA
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2010 for the course CH 369 taught by Professor Kbrowning during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas.

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