Biochemistry Success Toolbox handouts.pdf - Table of...

This preview shows page 1 - 4 out of 17 pages.

The preview shows page 2 - 4 out of 17 pages.
Unit °Unit ±Unit ²Unit ³Unit ´Unit µ±²³ Amino Acids´²³ Enzyme Actionµ²³¶µ²± DNA ¶ RNA·²³ Myoglobin ¶ Hemoglobin¸²³¶¸²´ Food as Fuel¹²³ Lipid Structure±²± Levels of ProteinStructure´²³ Enzymatic Cycleµ²± Gene Expression·²± Dynamic Hemoglobin¸²± Aerobic Metabolism¹²³ Beta Oxidation±²± Protein Folding´²± Enzyme Pathwaysµ²´ Mutations·²´ Bohr Effect¸²± Anaerobic Metabolism¹²³ Metabolism ¶ Disease±²´ Protein Functionand Disease´²± Enzyme Regulationµ²´ DNA repair¸²± Aerobic vs Anaerobic¹²± Cell Membranesµ²µ PCR ¶genetic testing¹²´ Bioactive Lipids=lease 0lick a link or button belowor scroll to Dalkthrough &iochemistry 9earning <bjectivesTable of ContentsExplanationThe learning objective tested appears here+,ocus 2ListExample problem typesPractice Skills[[ A Relevant Picture appears here ]][[ A link to the corresponding study guide appears here ]]Navigation buttonsBackHomeNextThe slides walk through the modulesand learning objective Steps for thecourse oneºbyºone² It provides aquick visual summary followed by anexample of the type of question forwhich we will need to prepare²Unit °" &'&'mino &'&'cids¶ Peptide '('(onds¶ andProtein StructureThe graduate explains how the structure and composition of amino acids andproteins impact the human body·°¸¹¶ ¸² questions on the assessmentUnit ° Summary Notes" 
±²³ Amino Acids» The Building Blocks of ProteinsGiven a diagram of an amino acid¼ the student identifies how the structure of aminoacids influences its behavior ½µ questions on the assessment¾+,ocus 2ListAmino acid structureZwitterionsTypes»Hydrophobic amino acidsPolar amino acidsCharged amino acidsBonds for each typeWhat breaks each type of bondExample Practice Question³² Interaction between the two amino acids shown below can help stabilize thestructure of a protein² In which interaction would these two amino acids participate"Ionic bondHydrogen bondDisulfide bondHydrophobic interaction±²± Levels of Protein StructureThe student identifies the characteristics ½primary¼ secondary¼ tertiary¼ quaternary¼etc²¾ of four levels of protein structure² ½´ questions on the assessment¾+,ocus 2ListPeptide bondsSecondary structureTertiary structureQuaternary structureBonding in each levelDenaturationExample Practice Question±² Which of the following statements about the different levels of protein structure istrue"Two or more polypeptides each with their own secondary structures come together toform a single larger tertiary structure of a proteinPeptide bonds between amino acids make up the secondary structure of a proteinThe interactions between the side chains of the amino acids make up the secondarylevel structure of a proteinThe interactions between the side chains of the amino acids make up the tertiary levelstructure of a protein
±²± Levels of Protein Structure» Protein FoldingGiven a scenario where a protein structure changes ½e²g²¼ a fried egg¼ boiling water¼

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

End of preview. Want to read all 17 pages?

Upload your study docs or become a

Course Hero member to access this document

Term
Spring
Professor
Dr. Rob Rawson
Tags

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture

  • Left Quote Icon

    Student Picture