BB lecture 10-19 review - The 10 pointer 36. Draw (graph)...

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The “10 pointer” 36. Draw (graph) and label the five phases of an action potential. Label the axes of the graph and show where each phase occurs. Correlate each phase with brief written descriptions (OR illustrations) of the associated ion movements and gated channels involved. (10 points)
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Enzymes: What’s in a name? Most enzyme names end in the suffix -ase . The part of the name that comes before the –ase usually refers to the - type of rx, or - the substrate upon which the enzyme acts, or - both the rx type and the substrate Examples: glucokinase has glucose as its substrate and as a kinase, adds a phosphate to the substrate peptidases acts on peptides, making smaller peptides or amino acids by cleaving the peptide bond between amino acids aminase adds an amino group deaminase subtracts an amino group What would be the substrate for lipase ? sucrase ? lactase ?
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Enzymes: What’s in a name? (continued) Enzymes discovered before 1972 may have two names: An older name and a new name given after the current standards for naming were adopted
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This note was uploaded on 10/06/2010 for the course BIO 311C taught by Professor Satasivian during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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BB lecture 10-19 review - The 10 pointer 36. Draw (graph)...

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