1.Study_Guide_1_Overview_-_Chemical_Bonds - Study Guide 1...

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Study Guide 1 for lecture 1 Overview - Chemical Bonds The following vocabulary terms were introduced in lecture. Define, describe or illustrate the following vocabulary terms and use the term in context in a sentence to make a. Enantiomer 对对对 (optical isomer) macromolecule 对对对 polymer 对对对 anabolism 对对对对 catabolism 对对对对 compartment 对对 prokaryotic cell 对对对对 eukaryotic cell 对对对对 adenosine triphosphate ATP 对对对对对 Central Dogma 对对对对 Atomic weight (mass) 对对对对 Radioisotope 对对对对对对 Molecular weight 对对对对 Molarity 对对对对 Valence electrons 对对对 covalent bonds 对对对 polar covalent bond 对对对对对 nonpolar covalent bond 对对对对对对 ionic bonds 对对对 hydrogen bonds 对对 Van der Waals interaction (bond) 对对对对对 hydration shell 对对对对 Hydrophilic 对对 Hydrophobic 对对 pH acid Base Main points about Overview- Chemical Bonds lecture: 1. Amongst the diversity of life there is at the cellular level evidence for common principles governing life. Whether they are prokaryotic or eukaryotic cells they share a common set of hydrocarbon-based biochemicals and use them in similar biochemical pathways for basic anabolism and catabolism, all use phospholipids bilayers to make the cellular compartments, have ATP for energy currency, use nucleic acid polymers for genetic information and must arise from a previous cell. 2. Only two basic types of cell exist: prokaryotic with few cell membranes and eukaryotic with multiple
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2012 for the course BS 111 taught by Professor Patterson during the Spring '05 term at Michigan State University.

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