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MOL CLASS 20 - Enzymes as Biological Catalysts (Part 1) (COMPLETE NOTES)

MOL CLASS 20 - Enzymes as Biological Catalysts (Part 1) (COMPLETE NOTES)

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1 NATURAL SCIENCE II: MOLECULES OF LIFE Spring 2011 Class 20 – Monday, April 18 Enzymes as Biological Catalysts – Part 1 Reading: Chapter 19, pp. 1 – 15 Next class: Chapter 19, pp. 16 – 24 OUTLINE (1) Announcements & review (2) The catalytic converter (3) Inorganic and biological catalysts (4) The biological importance of enzymes (5) How does HIV replicate in cells? (6) How does HIV protease work
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ANNOUNCEMENTS (1) Midterm Exam 2 (2) Lab #9 – Enzyme Activity (3) No homework for this week (6) Presentations in lab Carefully read the presentation guidelines . April 21/ 22 – Come to lab with a 1 - 2 page presentation outline . You will research your topic & design PP slides during the lab. April 28/29 – group presentations in lab All members of the group must participate in presentation. Each person gets 3 minutes and 2 – 3 PowerPoint slides. Pay close attention to presentations from other groups . Final exam – write a summary of two topics different from yours.
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3 REVIEW (1) PRODUCTS REACTANTS TRANSITION STATE
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4 ANIMATION OF A REACTION PATHWAY
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