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Biochemistry9th EditionMary K. Campbell, Shawn O. Farrell, Owen M. McDougal Publisher: Cengage LearningISBN: 9781305961135
Solutions for Biochemistry
RECALL State why the following terms are important in biochemistry: polymer, protein, nucleic acid,...
RECALL Match each entry in Column a with one in Column b; Column a shows the names of some important...
REFLECT AND APPLY In 1828, Wohler was the first person to synthesize an organic compound (urea, from...
REFLECT AND APPLY A friend who is enthusiastic about health foods and organic gardening asks you...
REFLECT AND APPLY Does biochemistry differ from organic chemistry? Explain your answer. (Consider...
REFLECT AND APPLY An earlier mission to Mars contained instruments that determined that amino acids...
REFLECT AND APPLY Common proteins are polymers of 20 different amino acids. How big a protein (how...
REFLECT AND APPLY Nucleic acids are polymers of just four different monomers in a linear...
REFLECT AND APPLY RNA is often characterized as being the first biologically active molecule. What...
REFLECT AND APPLY Why is the development of catalysis important to the development of life?
REFLECT AND APPLY What are two major advantages of enzyme catalysts in living organisms when...
REFLECT AND APPLY Why was the development of a coding system important to the development of life?
REFLECT AND APPLY Comment on RNAs role in catalysis and coding in theories of the origin of life.
REFLECT AND APPLY Do you consider it a reasonable conjecture that cells could have arisen as bare...
REFLECT AND APPLY Assume that a scientist claims to have discovered mitochondria in bacteria. Is...
RECALL What are the differences between the photosynthetic apparatus of green plants and...
RECALL Which organelles contain DNA?
RECALL State how the following organelles differ from each other in terms of structure and function:...
RECALL List the five kingdoms into which living organisms are divided, and give at least one example...
RECALL Which of the five kingdoms consist of prokaryotes? Which consist of eukaryotes?
RECALL How does the five-kingdom classification differ from the one based only on plants and...
REFLECT AND APPLY What are the advantages of being eukaryotic (as opposed to prokaryotic)?
REFLECT AND APPLY Mitochondria and chloroplasts contain some DNA, which more closely resembles...
REFLECT AND APPLY Fossil evidence indicates that prokaryotes have been around for about 3.5 billion...
RECALL Which processes are favored: those that require energy or those that release energy?
RECALL Does the thermodynamic term spontaneous refer to a process that takes place quickly?
BIOCHEMICAL CONNECTIONS For the process Nonpolarsolute+H2OSolution what are the signs of...
RECALL Which of the following are spontaneous processes? Explain your answer for each process. (a)...
REFLECT AND APPLY In which of the following processes does the entropy increase? In each case,...
REFLECT AND APPLY Why is it necessary to specify the temperature when making a table listing G...
REFLECT AND APPLY A reaction at 23C has G=1kJmol1. Why might this reaction become spontaneous at...
REFLECT AND APPLY Urea dissolves very readily in water, but the solution becomes very cold as the...
REFLECT AND APPLY Would you expect the reaction ATPADP+Pi to be accompanied by a decrease or...
REFLECT AND APPLY The existence of organelles in eukaryotic cells represents a higher degree of...
REFLECT AND APPLY Why is it advantageous for a cell to have organelles? Discuss this concept from...
REFLECT AND APPLY Which would you expect to have a higher entropy: DNA in its well-known...
REFLECT AND APPLY How would you modify your answer to Question 29 in light of the material on...
REFLECT AND APPLY Would it be more or less likely that cells of the kind we know would evolve on a...
REFLECT AND APPLY What thermodynamic considerations might enter into finding a reasonable answer to...
REFLECT AND APPLY If cells of the kind we know were to have evolved on any other planet in our solar...
REFLECT AND APPLY The process of protein folding is spontaneous in the thermodynamic sense. It gives...
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Chapter 1 - Biochemistry And The Organization Of CellsChapter 2 - Water: The Solvent For Biochemical ReactionsChapter 3 - Amino Acids And PeptidesChapter 4 - The Three-dimensional Structure Of ProteinsChapter 5 - Protein Purification And Characterization TechniquesChapter 6 - The Behavior Of Proteins: EnzymesChapter 7 - The Behavior Of Proteins: Enzymes, Mechanisms, And ControlChapter 8 - Lipids And Proteins Are Associated In Biological MembranesChapter 9 - Nucleic Acids: How Structure Conveys InformationChapter 10 - Biosynthesis Of Nucleic Acids: Replication
Chapter 11 - Transcription Of The Genetic Code: The Biosynthesis Of RnaChapter 12 - Protein Synthesis: Translation Of The Genetic MessageChapter 13 - Nucleic Acid Biotechnology TechniquesChapter 14 - Viruses, Cancer, And ImmunologyChapter 15 - The Importance Of Energy Changes And Electron Transfer In MetabolismChapter 16 - CarbohydratesChapter 17 - GlycolysisChapter 18 - Storage Mechanisms And Control In Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 19 - The Citric Acid CycleChapter 20 - Electron Transport And Oxidative PhosphorylationChapter 21 - Lipid MetabolismChapter 22 - PhotosynthesisChapter 23 - The Metabolism Of NitrogenChapter 24 - Integration Of Metabolism: Cellular Signaling
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