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9th Edition, Lubert Stryer
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Jeremy M. Berg,
John L. Tymoczko,
Gregory J. Gatto Jr.
Publisher: W. H. Freeman
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Solutions for Biochemistry
1 Biochemistry: An Evolving Science
2 Protein Composition And Structure
3 Exploring Proteins And Proteomes
4 Dna, Rna, And The Flow Of Genetic Information
5 Exploring Genes And Genomes
6 Exploring Evolution And Bioinformatics
7 Hemoglobin: Portrait Of A Protein In Action
8 Enzymes: Basic Concepts And Kinetics
9 Catalytic Strategies
10 Regulatory Strategies
12 Lipids And Cell Membranes
13 Membrane Channels And Pumps
14 Signal-transduction Pathways
15 Metabolism: Basic Concepts And Design
16 Glycolysis And Gluconeogenesis
17 The Citric Acid Cycle
18 Oxidative Phosphorylation
19 The Light Reactions Of Photosynthesis
20 The Calvin Cycle And The Pentose Phosphate Pathway
21 Glycogen Metabolism
22 Fatty Acid Metabolism
23 Protein Turnover And Amino Acid Catabolism
24 The Biosynthesis Of Amino Acids
25 Nucleotide Biosynthesis
26 The Biosynthesis Of Membrane Lipids And Steroids
27 The Integration Of Metabolism
28 Drug Development
29 Dna Replication, Repair, And Recombination
30 Dna Replication, Repair, And Recombination
31 Protein Synthesis
32 The Control Of Gene Expression In Prokaryotes
33 The Control Of Gene Expression In Eukaryotes
34 Sensory Systems
35 The Immune System
36 Molecular Motors
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The hydrogen bonding between guanine (G) - cytosine (C), and adenine (A) − thymine (T) is shown...
The given structure of amino acids (A-D) are: The amino acid in structure A is proline. It is one of...
The reagent used in the determination of the amino acid sequence of a small peptide is phenyl...
Nucleoside consists of nitrogen base along with sugar (ribose or deoxyribose) but without phosphate....
The polymerase chain reaction (PCR) possesses the high temperature due to which the natural or other...
The given alignments of proteins are shown below. 1. WYLGKITRMDAEVLLKKPTVRDGGHFLVTQCESSPGEF2....
It is given that the myoglobin protein is found in the sperm whale and its muscle is the rich source...
The two main properties of enzymes due to which they work as the catalysts are given as follows....
Given: Chymotrypsin is an enzyme that is used for the cleavage of protein through hydrolysis...
The enzyme, aspartate transcarbamoylase contains two polypeptides which are having different roles....
Carbohydrates are also known as saccharides. These are the molecular compounds that are made of...
Lipid bilayers are two-dimensional fluids which are a universal basis of the cell membrane. Membrane...
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The entire set of biochemical reactions that occur inside the cells of a living organism and is...
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Reason for correct option: Option (b) is complex II. Respirasomes are the supramolecular compounds...
Reason for the correct answer: Option (c) Cristae. It is a fold in the inner membrane of a...
Reason for correct option: Option (d) It is dependent on the light reactions: The Calvin cycle is...
The breakdown of glycogen is divided into three steps-(i) release of glucose from glycogen (ii)...
Triacylglycerols are found in almost all body cells, especially in the liver and the intestine...
A protein has a 3-dimensional structure that is not accessible to the proteolytic enzymes. It...
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Reason for correct option: Option (c) is aspartate and carbamoyl phosphate. Only two precursors,...
Reason for correct option: Option (d) Phosphatidate. Phosphatidate is formed during the initial step...
Reason for correct option: Option (d) is adipose tissue. Adipose tissue stores large amounts of fats...
The penicillin was discovered by Alexander Fleming in 1928. He grew more penicillium mold as he...
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If the left chain is the coding chain, one reads from the 5’ end above downwards. So, the code is...
Reason for correct option: Option (c) is three nucleotides encode an amino acid. A codon is a set of...
The function of lac repressor is to sense the lactose. It blocks the operon transcription in the...
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