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4/16/2010 1 Chapter 21-22 21.1-21.8 & 21.11 Note: Specific vitamins will not be tested on; however, given the structure of a vitamin, you should be able determine whether it is water- soluble or fat-soluble. 22.1-22.10 (ALL) Enzymes and Vitamins Nucleic Acids
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4/16/2010 2 What are the six major classes of enzymes? What are the types of enzyme specificity? What effect do temperature, pH, substrate concentration, and enzyme concentration have on reaction rate? What are the three types of enzyme inhibition? How are enzymes regulated? What are the general differences between water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins? Major Topics What are the main structural components of nucleotides? What are the main structural components of the DNA double helix? How are DNA strands replicated? What are the main differences between DNA and RNA? What steps are involved in transcription and post transcription processing of DNA into mRNA?
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