Precal2 Homework
2. Create vector u and vector v then sketch
u+v, u+2v , u+3v and u-v
HW1:
Graph the direction based on the compass
direction.
HW4:
1) 100 2) 200 3) 270 4) 300
5) Northeast
6) Northwest
7) Southeast
8) Southwest
u = (2,7) , V = (-4, 9)
HW2
2/10/17
Exam: 2/24/17
Sugar molecules are stereoisomers (l glucose, d glucose)
Ex of enantiomers: L-glucose and d-glucose are enantiomers
Ex of diastereomers: glucose and mannose
When sugar is in a linear fashion its called Fischer projection
5 and 6 carb
3/24/17
HW: Do exercise on blackboard and bring it in on Tuesday
Socrative
o 1. The Kcat per second The Vo at a specific substrate concentration
o 2. When we increase the substrate concentration we increase the intiital velocity of the
enzyme
o 3. There i
3/10/17
Hydrophobic collapse of a long amino acid change happens naturally
Tweaks to amino acids are you trying to get side chains that can react (positively or negatively
charged amino acids)
o Polar groups on side chains can form bonds as well
Hydrogen
3/28/17
Secondary messengers
o cAMP
o Inositol triphosphate
o Kinase cascade
o These are the ways we take a signal from outside the cell and turn it into an inside signal
o In some cases, to signal the event, we have to have other things like a G-coupled
3/17/17
Enzyme kinetics is different than kinetic energy
o We cant change the temperature in enzyme kinetics
Easiest way to make a reaction go faster? Increase temperature
o Limits to this. We can only bring our temperature up to about 42 degrees Celsius
3/21/17
Initial velocity not always the best way to judge how good an enzyme is
Steepest slope can be of the initial velocity is the Vmax
Once we reach [E]tot, you cant make the reaction go any further
Hydrolysis reactions are favored because they have an
2/21/17
Histidine enzymatic site of enzymes (very reactive), very common in enzymes; reacts with other
proteins
Know the characteristics of amino acids
o There are nonpolar amino acids, amino acids that have acid side chains, base side chains,
etc.
o If y
2/17/17
In anomers, carbon 1, when it goes from linear to cyclical, becomes chiral
In order to become an anomer, change alpha L to beta D
Cant breakdown cellulose
Beta-D-glucopyranose and Beta-D-Galactopyranose are diastereomers
When we have ring conforma
3/7/17
Next exam: April 4th Amino acids, proteins, enzymes, coenzymes and vitamins
Need to be able to identify characteristics of amino acids
o Aliphatic non-polar
Have a range of being hydrophobic
When you get into lusine (?), they have more hydrocarbo
1/31/17
Hybrid orbitals form when these electrons in the outer valence shell are going to be involved in some
bonding event, and theyre going to reorganize
Water can be ionized. Why is this important?
o That means we can give water an extra hydrogen, and
1/27/17
The center of all these molecular bonds are usually carbon
Slide 2
When you have a bond, are the electrons circling around the nucleus of the individual element?
o No, thats where you get these hybrid orbitals
Slide 3
The electrons are not circlin
2/14/17
The one carbon group we have to know/memorize is glucose
Molecular formula for aldoses CX-2
The L-form of a molecule never exists in biological situations (its very, very rare)
Dont worry about epimers?
Ketotriose only exists in one form (because
Linear Regression and Correlation_1.doc
Dec 313
[1] Mendenhalls INTRODUCTION TO PROBABILITY & STATISTICS book
[2] Daniels BIOSTATISTICS book
[3] Elementary statistics book
BIVARIATE DATA
Often researchers are interested in more than just one variable that
The Dot Plot
What is it? How to Draw it
Bet youve never seen a graph like this
one before. . .
What is a Dot Plot?
A dot plot is a graph that shows the
distribution of a quantitative variable above a
number line with small periods, dots, circles
or xs. It
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