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Georgia Tech School of Biology Spring 2010 Biology 1510 Module 3 Outline and Intro Molecules, Membranes and Metabolism Cells as smallest, or most fundamental unit of life Organic molecules and macromolecules Boundaries and structure Energy metabolism An evolutionary approach
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Georgia Tech School of Biology Spring 2010 Biology 1510 Building blocks of life- 68 molecules? Jamey Marth, UCSD http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/newsrel/health/09-0868Molecules.asp
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Georgia Tech School of Biology Spring 2010 Biology 1510 Macromolecules - polymers What are the major types of biological macromolecules and their subunits (building blocks)? What physico-chemical forces or interactions affect the structure and function of each type of macromolecule? How do variations in structure/composition of macromolecules affect their function and the adaptation of the organism to its environment?
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Georgia Tech School of Biology Spring 2010 Biology 1510 Q1: The four main categories of macromolecules
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