Ch.4 (review videos on lecture slides)
-Cells: the basic structural and functional units of every organism/smallest collection of matter
that can be alive.
-Eukaryotic or Prokaryotic.
-bonded by plasma membrane.
-cytosol, chromosomes, and ribosomes.
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Reading, Objectives, and Problem Assignment 1
This document gives the day-by-day reading assignments along with learning objectives for each
period. Most readings and problems are from Organic Chemi
Semi-micro Fractional Distillation
Semi-micro Fractional Distillation
How fractional distillation is used in separating a mixture into the solution that
2. Procedure With Observations:
Addition Reactions of Alkenes
2) NaBH4/OH -
1) BH3 /THF
2) H2 O2 /OH -
2) (CH3 )2 S
1) Hg(OAc) 2, H2 O
Br 2, H 2 O
2) H2 O, H2O2
Medicinal Chemistry (MCMP) 204
Organic Chemistry I
10:30 AM11:20 AM MWF, EE 129
Spring Semester 2012
COURSE INTRODUCTION, GROUND RULES, AND GENERAL INFORMATION
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR READING AND UNDERSTANDING THE MATERIAL IN THIS HANDOUT
*This syllabus i
Bonus reports due in recitation today or tomorrow
Multiple choice quiz in recitation: 5 questions on
nerve/neuron lab; 5 questions on last weeks
lectures (development and introduction to
End of material in todays lecture is end of
Control Systems in Animals
Physiology of animals controlled by two
Hormones & receptors: signaling pathways
Chemical signals act over various time
Can be relatively long lasting in ef
Thursday, November 8th
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, also known as T1DM, is an autoimmune disease
that results in insufficient insulin production that negatively impacts glucose
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The questions marked with an asterisk (*) are from the discussion portion of the exam.
(a) Circle the TWO compounds that contain at least one significantly polar bond but have
Learning Tips for Students of Organic Chemistry
by Brian P. Coppola
University of Michigan
From the Outside Looking In.
Every year, I am more and more on the outside looking in when it comes to learning the subject of
organic chemistry. The reason is simp
-plasma membrane: controls traffic into and out of the cell it surrounds.
-selective permeability: it allows some substances to cross it more easily than others.
-amphipathic: both a hydrophilic and a hydrophobic region. (phospholi
Ch. 6 Notes
-Metabolism: totality of an organisms chemical reactions/ emergent property of life that arises
from orderly interactions b/w molecules.
-manages the material and energy resources of the cell.
-Metabolic pathway: a specific molecule is altered
Population Ecology and Biogeography
-Ecology: the study of organisms and their interactions with living and non-living things.
-Biogeography: study of distributions of species in space and time.
Ecological levels of organization
1. Individual- o
Tools of psychological research
-Scientific method: a technique that generates empirical knowledge/ systematically seeking
answers to testable questions about mind and behavior.
1. observe- choose behavior interest & record characteristics.
-Autotrophs: self-feeders that sustain self by producing their own organic molecules from CO2
and other inorganic raw materials.
-produces of biosphere (make all energy accessible for the whole planet).
-water and minerals from soil/c
Bio 110 Ch.1
-Matter: anything that takes up space or has mass.
-Element: A substance that cannot be broken down to other substances by chemical means.
-Compound: A substance consisting of two or more different elements combined in fixed ratio.
-Gene: sequence of nucleotides that codes for the production of a specific molecule(RNA).
-Gene expression: DNA directs protein synthesis, using RNA.
-occur in all organisms, both happen at on
Bio 110 CH. 3
-Organic compound: compound containing carbon.
-Macromolecules: carbohydrates, protein, and nucleic acids.
-Valence: the # of covalent bonds an atom can form.
-bonds with itself forming chains.
- Hydrocarbons: organic molecules consis
Levels of Biodiversity
-Genetic Diversity: genes contained within an individual, within a population, and between
populations of same species.
-makes adaption to environment change possible.
-decrease means species is less likely to b
Medicinal Chemistry & Molecular Pharmacology (MCMP) 204
COURSE SCHEDULE FOR SPRING SEMESTER 2012
All classes are in EE 129, 10:3011:20 AM
All laboratories are in RHPH 416
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of Biology II
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Denise Zielinski: Instructor
Mark Browning: Lab Coordinator
Melissa Roadruck: Course Secretary
Information about Course
Need to buy Lab Manual
Also contains: READ ME FIRST (RMF)
2% of human genome is coding (contains
Approximately 20,000 25,000 genes in
human genome, but only 23 chromosome
Many genes are physically close to each
other on the same chromosome
More genes behave independently than
number of c
PSO (Help) sessions begin
Multiple choice quiz on this
weeks lectures and lab in
Dividing E. coli cell
Replication begins at unique site
Origin of replication
Bidirectional to unique site: terminus
Replication and se
8.1 Overview of Photosynthesis
A good figure illustrating the structure of the chloroplast. Be sure to review the functions of each
of the structures of the chloroplast.
Journey into a leaf.A plant leaf possesses a thick layer of cells (the mesophyll) ric