Lecture 4 - How are hydrolysis and dehydration reactions...

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Lecture 4 - Principles of Enzymes and Metabolism READING ASSIGNMENT Chapter 2: all VIRUS/PRION POWERPOINT VIDEO http://dlcaption.ccc.cccd.edu/biology210_pgutierrez/VirusesPrions.swf STUDY GUIDE Chapter 2 Difference between covalent, ionic and hydrogen bonds. Which is strongest? Which is weakest? What are exergonic and endergonic reactions? Macromolecules What is the suffix for carbohydrates? Proteins? Enzymes? What are the monomers for each type of macromolecule?
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Unformatted text preview: How are hydrolysis and dehydration reactions related to macromolecules? What is the term for the variable part in an amino acid? What happens to protein function when it is denatured? Plasma membranes How are phospholipids involved in cell membranes? Which types of molecules travel through the membrane, hydrophilic or hydrophobic? How does cholesterol increase the fluidity of the plasma membrane?...
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This note was uploaded on 12/29/2010 for the course BIOL 210 taught by Professor Gutiérrez during the Spring '10 term at Coastline Community College.

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