BIO/CHE1376R : Biochemistry Lecture
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Course Description: BIO/CHE-1376R is an introduction to Biochemistry recommended for most pre-health students. Students should be familiar with chemical bonds, acids & bases, basic principles of thermodynamics, reaction mechanisms and kinetics. GOALS & OBJECTIVES: Learn about structure and function of biomolecules (nucleic acids, proteins, lipids and carbohydrates), enzyme kinetics. After completing this course a student should be able to: ✓ apply acid/base chemistry to understand the properties and functions of biological molecules ✓ demonstrate knowledge of molecular properties for biological macromolecules (nucleic acids, proteins, and carbohydrates) and lipids. ✓ understand the relationship between structure and function of biological macromolecules ✓ demonstrate knowledge of enzyme catalysis and perform enzyme kinetics calculations ✓ demonstrate knowledge of the reactions that make up metabolic pathways
Catrina, Irina. (2021, Fall). BIO/CHE1376R : Biochemistry Lecture, Yeshiva College.