BCH100vocabSpring2011

BCH100vocabSpring2011 - VOCABULARY FOR BCH 100 This...

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VOCABULARY FOR BCH 100 : This vocabulary is cumulative. Once you learn it, you will be responsible for it for the remainder of the quarter for quizzes and exams. Draw means that you must be able to both draw AND recognize a structure. Lecture 3 (Larsen): Alanine draw Arginine draw Asparagine draw Aspartic acid draw Cysteine draw Glutamic acid draw Glutamine draw Glycine draw Histidine draw Isoleucine draw Leucine draw Lysine draw Methionine draw Phenylalanine draw Proline draw Serine draw Threonine draw Tryptophan draw Tyrosine draw Valine draw Lecture 4 (Larsen): you must be able to draw the monosaccharides in either α or β and D or L forms Galactose draw Haworth Form Fructose draw Haworth Form Glucose draw Haworth Form Ribose draw Haworth Form Lactose recognize Maltose recognize Sucrose recognize Cellulose recognize Lecture 8 (Larsen): NADH recognize NAD + recognize FADH 2 recognize FAD recognize Coenzyme A recognize ADP draw ATP draw Lecture 9 (Larsen): 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate draw
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