Biology 636 Biochemistry I
Fall 2014, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 12 pm 12:50 pm
1005 Haworth Hall
Instructors: Dr. Mark Richter, Dr. Eric Deeds, Dr. John Karanicolas, and Dr. Wonpil Im
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Chapter 1, Week 2 Questions
1. What is the difference between a diastereoisomer and an enantiomer?
2. Why do cells produce only one form of a chiral compound rather than a racemic mixture?
3. What is the difference be
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Citric acid H+ + citrateCitrate- H+ + citrate2Citrate2- H+ + citrate3Acids
pKs at 25C
Given the above information, which statement(s) is/are most true if the pH of a citric acid solution
Chapter 9 and 24 in-class practice questions
1. The composition (mole fraction) of one of the strands of a double helical DNA is [A]=0.3, and [G]=0.24.
Calculate the following, if possible. If impossible to calculate, write I in the blank.
For the same st
Carbohydrates are the most abundant class of compounds in the biological world, making up more than 50% of the dry
weight of the earths biomass. Carbohydrates are important constituents of all living organisms, and have a variety of
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PRINCIPLES OF BIOCHEMISTRY
Carbohydrates and Glycobiology
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