y = 0.0203x + 0.0194
1/Rate of forma,on (min/mM)
y = 0.0116x + 0.0194
Linear (without ibuprofen)
Linear (with ibuprofen)
Learning Objectives Chapter 19a
(1) Describe the compartments and membranes of mitochondria and indicate where the
components of the citric acid cycle, respiratory chain, & oxidative phosphorylation are located.
Outer membrane: Freely permeable to small m
BioChem CH 1
1) Distinctive features of a living organism (Fig.1-1)
High degree of chemical complexity and microscopic organization.
Systems for extracting, transforming, and using energy from the
o Come to equilibrium with their
BioChem Ch 4
1) The noncovalent interactions for secondary, tertiary, and quaternary
structure in proteins.
Spatial arrangement of atoms in proteins is called its conformation
Stability can be defined as the tendency to maintain a native
BioChem Ch 12
(12.1) Explain how specificity and sensitivity are achieved in signal
Signal transduction: is a signal response to information detected by
receptors and then converted to a cellular response.
Specificity is achieve
BioChem CH 2
1) The unusual properties of water
Water has a higher melting point, boiling point, and heat of
vaporization than other common solvents, this is due to the
interactions between adjacent water molecules.
The shape of water is form
BioChem Ch 3
1) Structural features of an Amino Acid
Carboxyl group, Amino group, and a R group
Carboxyl group attaches to the next amino acids Amino group
o The carboxyl group and the amino group are attached to the
same carbon atom (-carbon
BioChem Ch 11
(1) Describe the important functions carried out by membranes.
Define the external boundaries of the cell and regulate molecular
traffic across the boundary
In euk cells, they divide the internal space into discrete
BioChem Ch 14
(1) Define glycolysis and describe its function.
Glycolysis is the catabolic pathway in which a molecule of glucose is
broken down to 2 molecules of pyruvate. This process occurs
through a series of enzyme catalyzed reactions to
BioChem Ch 5
Allosteric protein a protein in which the binging of a ligand to one
site affects the binding properties of another site on the same
Association constant Ka describes the equilibrium between the
complex and the
BioChem Ch 10
1) List the various functions of Lipids.
Phospholipids and sterols are major structural elements of biological
Lipids are present in small quantities
o Enzyme cofactors, electron carriers, light-absorbing pigments,