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Sept2 reviewA - KNOW HOW HOMEOSTASIS WORKS KNOW THE PHASES...

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KNOW HOW HOMEOSTASIS WORKS KNOW THE PHASES IN DRUG TRIALS
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End-Product Inhibition Occurs when 1 product in a divergent pathway inhibits activity of the branch-point enzyme Prevents final product accumulation Causes reaction to favor alternate pathway Occurs by allosteric inhibition whereby product binds to enzyme causing it to change to an inactive shape
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Know what Feedback inhibition is and difference between that and end product inhibition
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Know different mechanisms of transport- How are they different?
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Know the different types of bonds And where they are used
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You have a solution with 4 m sucrose and 1m KCl calculate the osmolality of the solution
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How do enzymes work? How do you define the difference structures of proteins
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DNA/RNA Know the differences Can you do base pairing DNA to DNA and
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