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Table of Content: PART I: INTRODUCTION. Chapter 1. Introduction to the Chemistry of Life. 1.A The Origin of Life A A A A A A.A Biological Molecules Arose from Inorganic Materials A A A A A B.A Complex Self-replicating Systems Evolved from Simple Molecules 2.A Cellular Architecture A A A A A A.A Cells Evolved to Carry Out Metabolic Reactions A A A A A B.A There Are Two Types of Cells: Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes A A A A A C.A Molecular Data Reveal Three Evolutionary Domains of Organisms A A A A A D.A Organisms Continue to Evolve 3.A Thermodynamics A A A A A A.A The First Law of Thermodynamics States that Energy Is Conserved A A A A A B.A The Second Law of Thermodynamics States that Entropy Tends to Increase A A A A A C.A The Free Energy Change Determines the Spontaneity of a Process A A A A A D.A Free Energy Changes Can Be Calculated from Equilibrium Concentrations A A A A A E.A Life Obeys the Laws of Thermodynamics Box 1-1 Pathways of Discovery Lynn Margulis and the Theory of Endosymbiosis Box 1-2 Perspectives in Biochemistry Biochemical Conventions Chapter 2. Water. 1.A Physical Properties of Water A A A.A Water Is a Polar Molecule A A B.A Hydrophilic Substances Dissolve in Water A A C.A The Hydrophobic Effect Causes Nonpolar Substances to Aggregate in Water A A D.A Water Moves by Osmosis and Solutes Move by Diffusion 2.A Chemical Properties of Water A A A.A Water Ionizes to Form H + and OH a? A A B.A Acids and Bases Alter the pH A A C.A Buffers Resist Changes in pH Box 2-1 Biochemistry in Health and Disease The Blood Buffering System PART II: BIOMOLECULES. Chapter 3. Nucleotides, Nucleic Acids, and Genetic Information. 1.A Nucleotides 2.A Introduction to Nucleic Acid Structure A A A.A Nucleic Acids Are Polymers of Nucleotides A A B.A The DNA Forms a Double Helix A A C.A RNA Is a Single-Stranded Nucleic Acid 3.A Overview of Nucleic Acid Function A A A.A DNA Carries Genetic Information A A B.A Genes Direct Protein Synthesis 4.A Nucleic Acid Sequencing A A A.A Restriction Endonucleases Cleave DNA at Specific Sequences A A B.A Electrophoresis Separates Nucleic Acids According to Size A A C.A DNA Is Sequenced by the Chain-Terminator Method A#1

by Donald Voet (Author), – 2008 

  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 1240 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0470129301
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 9780470129302

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