1-15-10ProteinStructureEnzymes - BIOL13100 Assignments –...

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BIOL 13100 Biology II: Development, Structure, and Function of Organisms Nancy Pelaez, Jan 15, 2010, Purdue University, Spring 2010 Freeman (‘08) Ch 3 Lecture 3: Protein Structure and Function Primary Structure of Proteins 1.1 amino acid charges in aqueous solutions 1.2 properties of functional groups 1.3 the peptide bond Reading the peptide sequence of proteins 1.4 numbering from N to C terminus 1.5 recognizing an amino acid between peptide bonds 1.6 enzymes speed chemical reactions (regulation inside cells) Protein structure 1.7 H-bonds in alpha helix and beta sheets 1.8 other interactions in tertiary structure 1.9 quarternary structure Models and properties of enzyme functions
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Unformatted text preview: BIOL13100 Assignments – Diversity of Animal Form and Function next Wednesday (Ch 32, 41) Calibrated Peer Review Essays http://cpr.ics.purdue.edu/CPRLocal/ – first essay is due Tuesday Resources for molecular visualization: http://proteopedia.org/wiki/index.php/ Main_Page Watch for an email about an online survey . For 20 points, this will be your first pop quiz score. You will be given full credit for sharing your own ideas so please answer the survey without getting help. This will show us what background knowledge you bring to class. Also, the survey shows you what will be covered in BIOL13100....
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