Pratt & Cornely 2/E Problems for Ch 151

Chapter 01: The Chemical Basis of Life

  • Biological molecules: 01-01, 01-04, 01-05, 01-06, 01-10, 01-17
  • Energy and metabolism:01-21, 01-25, 01-26, 01-33
  • The origin and evolution of life: 01-39

Chapter 02: Aqueous Chemistry

  • Water molecules form hydrogen bonds: 02-05, 02-07, 02-11, 02-14
  • The hydrophobic effect: 02-17, 02-19, 02-24, 02-28
  • Acid-base chemistry: 02-37, 02-38, 02-41, 02-43
  • Tools and techniques: Buffers: 02-46, 02-55, 02-58

Chapter 03: From Genes to Proteins

  • DNA is the genetic material: 03-01, 03-05, 03-07, 03-09, 03-15, 03-19, 03-20
  • Genes encode proteins: 03-21, 03-22, 03-23, 03-25, 03-28
  • Genomics: 03-32
  • Tools and techniques: Manipulating DNA: 03-33, 03-35, 03-36, 03-40, 03-42

Chapter 04: Protein Structure

  • Proteins are chains of amino acids: 04-01, 04-03, 04-04, 04-05, 04-06, 04-07, 04-11, 04-13, 04-15
  • Secondary structure: The conformation of the peptide group: 04-17, 04-18, 04-19
  • Tertiary structure and protein stability: 04-22, 04-23, 04-24, 04-25, 04-27, 04-28, 04-29, 04-30, 04-31, 04-34
  • Quaterenary structure: 04-35, 04-38
  • Tools and techniques: Analyzing protein structure: 04-39, 04-41, 04-50

Chapter 05: Protein Function

  •  Myoglobin and hemoglobin: Oxygen-binding proteins: 05-01, 05-02, 05-05, 05-06, 05-07, 05-11, 05-17
  • Structural proteins: 05-21, 05-22; 05-28, 05-29, 05-31; 05-36, 05-37, 05-41, 05-44, 05-48
  • Motor proteins: 05-51, 05-52

Chapter 06: How Enzymes Work

  •  What is an enzyme: 06-01, 06-02, 06-05, 06-06, 06-10
  • The chemistry of catalysis: 06-14, 06-18, 06-19, 06-22, 06-23, 06-27, 06-31, 06-33
  • The unique properties of enzyme catalysts: 06-39, 06-41
  • Some additional features of enzymes: 06-48, 06-50

Chapter 07: Enzyme kinetics and inhibition

  •  Introduction to enzyme kinetics: 07-01, 07-03, 07-04, 07-05
  • Derivation and meaning of the Michaelis-Menten equation: 07-07, 07-12, 07-17, 07-18, 07-23, 07-25, 07-30, 07-31
  • Enzyme inhibition: 07-33, 07-35, 07-37, 07-42, 07-43, 07-44, 07-45, 07-49

Chapter 08: Lipids

  • Lipids: 8-01, 8-02, 8-05, 8-07, 8-11, 8-13
  • The lipid bilayer: 8-15, 8-18, 8-19, 8-20, 8-21, 8-25, 8-27, 8-31
  • Membrane proteins: 8-33, 8-34, 8-37, 8-39
  • The fluid mosaic model: 8-41, 8-43

Chapter 09: Membrane Transport

  • The thermodynamics of membrane transport: 9-05, 9-07
  • Passive transport: 9-09, 9-11, 9-15, 9-17
  • Active transport: 9-21, 9-25, 9-26, 9-29
  • Membrane fusion: 9-33, 9-37, 9-39

Chapter 10: Signaling

  • General features of signaling pathways: 10-01, 10-05, 10-07, 10-09, 10-10
  • G-protein signaling pathways: 10-13, 10-19, 10-21, 10-25, 10-27, 10-29, 10-31,
  • Receptor tyrosine kinases: 10-35, 10-37
  • Lipid hormone signaling: 10-39, 10-41, 10-45

Chapter 11: Carbohydrates

  • Monosaccharides: 10-01, 10-03, 10-05, 10-07, 10-09, 10-12, 10-13, 10-15
  • Polysaccharides: 10-19, 10-20, 10-23, 10-27, 10-28, 10-30, 10-34
  • Glycoproteins: 10-35, 10-37, 10-39

Chapter 12: Overview of metabolism and free energy

  • Food and fuel: 12-03, 12-04, 12-06, 12-08, 12-09, 12-12, 12-13, 12-14
  • Metabolic pathways: 12-15, 12-16, 12-17, 12-19
  • Free energy changes in metabolic reactions: 12-21, 12-25, 12-27, (12-35)

Chapter 13: Glucose metabolism

  • Glycolysis: 13-01, 13-02, 13-05, 13-06, 13-13, 13-21, 13-24
  • Gluconeogenesis: 13-25, 13-26, 13-28
  • Glycogen synthesis and degradation: 13-29, 13-30,
  • The pentose phosphate pahway: 13-35, 13-36, 13-37, 13-42
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