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1 Welcome to BCMB / BIOL / CHEM 3100 Introductory Biochemistry Please pick up handouts (duplicate sets at both ends of the front desk). www.biology.arizona.edu www.sussex.ac.uk INSTRUCTORS FOR THIS COURSE 1 st half of course: Dr. Debra Mohnen Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Complex Carbohydrate Research Center, Room 2044 315 Riverbend Rd. Phone: 706-542-4458 email: dmohnen@ccrc.uga.edu 2 nd half of course: Dr. Daniel DerVartanian Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology A218 Life Sciences Phone: 706-542-4620 email: dervar@bmb.uga.edu
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2 INTRODUCTORY BIOCHEMISTRY BCMB/BIOL/CHEM 3100 Fall Semester 2007 10:10-11:00 AM, Mon. Wed. & Fri, Room C127 - Life Sciences Breakout Session: 5:00-5:50 PM, Tues. Room C127 – Life Sciences See Syllabus for important information about the course Partial Class Notes will be available on the website at least one day prior to lecture Class website (see syllabus for website ) Grading: 100% from 4 exams You are strongly encouraged to form study groups Any handouts/exams not picked in the breakout session, will be available in the BCMB office
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3 Read the chapter BEFORE CLASS Skim chapter (look at figures!) Read in detail Reread and integrate information with major concepts Keep up! Work at the material every day Form study groups and meet regularly Complete homework by the do date and bring it to the breakout session. Bring calculator to all exams and breakout sessions. You may NOT use pencils, blue or red ink for the exam. Tips for doing well in BCMB/BIOL/CHEM3100 BCMB 3100 - Lecture 1 History of BIOCHEMISTRY • Important functional groups • Four types of macromolecules in living organisms Partial Class Notes for BCMB 3100 - Chapter 1
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4 HISTORY OF BIOCHEMISTRY 1800’s: vitalism 1828 - Friedrich Wöhler - 1862 - Louis Pasteur 1897 - Eduard & Hans Buchner -DEATH±OF ± VITALISM. 1890 - Emil Fisher - lock-&-key model
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5 Early 1900s - 1st biochemistry departments established . 1926 - James B. Sumner – 1950s - 3D structure of 1st proteins by x-ray crystallography Current biochemical generalization regarding living things 1. 2. 3. 4. The Central Dogma of life information flow:
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6 BCMB 3100 - Chapter 1 • History of BIOCHEMISTRY Important functional groups • Four types of macromolecules in living organisms Fig 1.2 (a) General formulas - Organic compounds Page 5
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7 Fig 1.2(b) General Formulas - Functional groups Page 5 Fig 1.2 (c) General Formulas - Linkages Page 5
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8 BCMB 3100 - Chapter 1 • History of BIOCHEMISTRY • Important functional groups Four types of macromolecules in living organisms There are four types of molecules in living cells: The basic macromolecular compartments of living things are_________ ______________cells contain no nucleus or intracellular membranes and are usually unicellular ____________cells contains membrane-bound organelles: nucleus, ER, Golgi, mitochondria, lysosomes, peroxisomes, chloroplasts
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