FluxDNA - from phosphodiester bonds in ATP 1.5 Other ion pumps Ca-ATPase and proton pumps 1.6 Secondary Active Transport Nucleotide Structure and

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BIOL 13100 Biology II: Development, Structure, and Function of Organisms Nancy Pelaez, Feb 1, 2010, Purdue University, Spring 2010 Freeman (‘08) Ch 42 p. 934-937, 982 and Ch 4 with parts of Ch 16 Lecture 8: Potential Energy (PE) of Concentration Gradients and nucleotide functions Diffusion and random walk equations 1.1 Thought experiments and problems using diffusion coefficients 1.2 Permeability 1.3 Osmosis: Problems using hydrostatic potential and osmotic potential Sodium/Potassium ATPase 1.4 Primary Active Transport – using chemical potential energy
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Unformatted text preview: from phosphodiester bonds in ATP 1.5 Other ion pumps: Ca-ATPase and proton pumps 1.6 Secondary Active Transport Nucleotide Structure and Functions 1.7 ATP structure 1.8 RNA and DNA structure 1.9 DNA replication 1.10 Transcription 1.11 Translation and the genetic code BIOL13100 Assignments – Body Pattern formation lecture on Wednesday, Ch 22 pp. 454-465 Complete your CPR 2 essay by the deadline! Finish Problem Set 1, and start Problem Set 2...
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FluxDNA - from phosphodiester bonds in ATP 1.5 Other ion pumps Ca-ATPase and proton pumps 1.6 Secondary Active Transport Nucleotide Structure and

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