Exam _3 Study Guide

Exam _3 Study Guide - Chapter 13 13.1 Gibbs Free energy...

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Chapter 13 13.1 – Gibbs Free energy Understand G, S and H Understand biological standard state Be able to solve a problem like Example 13.1, 13.2 and 13.3 Understand mass action ratio Q. Be familiar with reactions in 13.2 and 13.3 Understand redox reactions and be able to define oxidation states of atoms in molecules (Fig. 13.22) See homework for problems that will be similar to those on the exam. Hint: There is a much heavier emphasis on the exam than in the lectures on solving these types of problems. Chapter 14 Glycolysis – Know the enzymes and what amino acids are involved in the active site. Know the structures of the C backbones. Know catalytic mechanisms for enzymes shown in the text. Feeder Pathways – know other sugars can enter at different points – Be able to answer questions if you were given Fig. 14.10 Anaerobic Fermentation – know how this works – Enzymes, cofactors, products. Gluconeogenesis – Know the reversible enzymes from glycolysis– know the ways around
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Exam _3 Study Guide - Chapter 13 13.1 Gibbs Free energy...

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