LS1a F08 Sept 16 18 Lecture Slides-1

LS1a F08 Sept 16 18 Lecture Slides-1 - 1 The fask vs the...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 The fask vs the cell What does it mean to be alive? The flask The cell Life Sciences 1a An Integrated Introduction to the Life Sciences Lecture Slides Set 1 Fall 2008-2009 Pro. Daniel Kahne 2 Lectures 1 & 2 : The Chemical Foundations of Life I 1. Component parts of the cell a. Organization of the cell b. Macromolecules in the cell c. Small molecules and metabolites d. Water: THE molecule of life 2. Understanding the molecules of life: chemical structures and bonding a. The periodic table and electronegativity b. Ionic bonding c. Covalent bonding and the octet rule d. Geometries of organic molecules e. Covalent bond energy 3. Understanding intermolecular forces a. Ionic interactions b. Hydrogen bonding c. Partial-partial charge interactions d. Van der Waals forces e. The continuum of intermolecular forces f. Understanding phase changes in water The fask vs the cell What does it mean to be alive? The flask The cell 2 Lectures 1 & 2 : The Chemical Foundations of Life I 1. Component parts of the cell a. Organization of the cell b. Macromolecules in the cell c. Small molecules and metabolites d. Water: THE molecule of life 2. Understanding the molecules of life: chemical structures and bonding a. The periodic table and electronegativity b. Ionic bonding c. Covalent bonding and the octet rule d. Geometries of organic molecules e. Covalent bond energy 3. Understanding intermolecular forces a. Ionic interactions b. Hydrogen bonding c. Partial-partial charge interactions d. Van der Waals forces e. The continuum of intermolecular forces f. Understanding phase changes in water The fask vs the cell What does it mean to be alive? The flask The cell 3 Cell structure The human body The cell H 2 N O HO OH O O P HO OH O N N N N NH2 HO nucleotide monomer nucleic acid polymer protein polymer amino acid monomer Macromolecules The nucleus 4 Glucose (Sugar) Pyridoxine (Vitamin B 6 ) N H OH OH HO CH 3 Cholesterol (Steroid) N H HO NH 2 Serotonin (Neurotransmitter) O HO HO OH OH HO...
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LS1a F08 Sept 16 18 Lecture Slides-1 - 1 The fask vs the...

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