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  • 04:48 1.
    index 1
  • 09:17 2.
    Slide 2
  • 07:36 3.
    Biochemistry involves the study of 4 types of molecules.
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    Central Questions in Biochemistry
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    The Significance of Biochemistry
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    KEY CONCEPTS: Section 1-2
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    Chemistry and the Elements
  • 02:41 8.
    Chemistry and the Elements
  • 00:19 9.
    Chemistry and the Elements
  • 00:29 10.
    Chemistry and the Elements
  • 01:58 11.
    Elements Found in Biological Systems
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    Cells contain four major types of biological molecules.
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    Amino acids are a major type of biological molecule.
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    Carbohydrates are a major type of biological molecule.
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    index 2
  • 06:21 16.
    Nucleotides are a major type of biological molecule.
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    ATP structure
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    Nucleotides are a major type of biological molecule.
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    ATP structure
  • 00:32 20.
    Metal-chelate complexes
  • 00:08 21.
    ATP structure
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    Metal-chelate complexes
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    ATP structure
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    Metal-chelate complexes
  • 02:42 25.
    Ligand
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    What Are Acids and Bases?
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    Lipids are a major type of biological molecule.
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    Monomers link sequentially to form polymers.
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    There are three major kinds of biological polymers.
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    Because the side chains of the 20 amino acids have different sizes, shapes, and chemical properties, the exact conformation (three-dimensional shape) of the polypeptide chain depends on its amino acid composition and sequence.
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    Molecules and Covalent Bonds
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    Because the side chains of the 20 amino acids have different sizes, shapes, and chemical properties, the exact conformation (three-dimensional shape) of the polypeptide chain depends on its amino acid composition and sequence.
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    Molecules and Covalent Bonds
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    Amino acids link to form polypeptides and proteins.
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    Polymers of nucleotides are termed polynucleotides or nucleic acids, better known as DNA and RNA.
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    Nucleotide residues link via phosphodiester bonds.
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    Slide 26
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    Polymers of sugars are polysaccharides.
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    Slide 28
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    Slide 29
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