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University of Houston BCHS 3304: General Biochemistry I - Fall 2009 Section 21734 Tuesday/Thursday 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM 102 SW Instructor: Dr. Glen B. Legge Phone: 713-743-8380 Office: HSC 408 Email: glegge@uh.edu Office hours: Tuesday and Thursday (1:00-2:00 PM) or by appointment Course web page: http://www.bchs.uh.edu/~glegge/teaching/ The lecture notes and homework will be posted on the Web http://www.bchs.edu/~glegge/teaching/ These notes are not a substitute for class participation These notes These notes are not a substitute for class participation. These notes are posted on the web, although they may be altered before class. They are intended to make you pay attention in class, so take these notes with you. Don’t just sit in class and just copy notes!! Read the assigned material before the lecture . Collect Homework 1 and START IT!!! Biochemistry is the study of biological Biochemistry: Life at the Molecular Level processes at a chemical level Introduction to the Chemistry of Life THE ORIGIN OF LIFE •Universe is 15-20 billion years old –BIG BANG •Initially H 2 was made then condensed to He •Over the billions of years under the right conditions complex molecules formed. •Complicated chemical reactions started occurring - intermolecular interactions and carbon based chemistry developed. From this milieu sprang the property of
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2011 for the course BCHS 3304 taught by Professor Johnson during the Spring '08 term at University of Houston.

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