1-25-10LipCarbs

1-25-10LipCarbs - 1.6 Energy content of lipids(energy...

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BIOL 13100 Biology II: Development, Structure, and Function of Organisms Nancy Pelaez, Jan 25, 2010, Purdue University, Spring 2010 Freeman (‘08) Carbon Chemistry Ch 5-6 p. 82-87, 89-100 Lecture 6: Energy for life structures Carbohydrates perform a variety of functions ranging from structural components to energy storage. 1.1 Condensation Rx 1.2 Carbohydrate structures 1.3 Carbohydrates in cell identity Energy Storage: conserve matter separately from energy and conserve energy with always some release of waste heat. 1.4 Growing mouse pups in a box 1.5 Energy flow versus the carbon cycle
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Unformatted text preview: 1.6 Energy content of lipids (energy input) (energy output) (matter input) (matter output) Scale: Lipids and Fatty Acid Structures 1.7 Triglycerides 1.8 Phosphlipids 1.9 Saturated and unsaturated fatty acids BIOL13100 Assignments – Flux Equations lecture on Wednesday, Ch 6, 42 p. 934-937, 982 Make sure you complete your CPR calibrations, reviews, and your self-assessment by the deadline! Expect a Pop quiz soon! Bring paper and a pen or pencil to each lecture as explained in the syllabus....
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2010 for the course BIO 131 taught by Professor Paleaz during the Spring '10 term at Purdue.

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