Flashcards in Chemical Nomenclature Deck (22)
Same substance chemically, but in a different form.
Capable of acting as an acid or a base
Situation where a catalyst and regulator enzyme are the same. End product inhibits initial reaction.
System which resists marked changes in pH solution.
Passage of charged particle toward a cathode in electrophoresis.
Movement of charged particles suspended in liquid under the influence of an electrical field.
Compounds with mirror image isomerase, optical density.
Enzymatic decomposition of carbohydrates.
Formation of carbohydrates from non-carbo source.
Forming glucose from glycogen.
Same molecular formula, different arrangement.
Same atomic # (protons), different atomic weight (neutrons).
Enzymes of different structure, same function. (ex: lactate dehydrogenase & pepsin)
The pH of a solution @ which a charge ion does not migrate to either pole in an electric field.
Sulfur analogs to alchohols
Loss of electrons (NADP--->NADPH)
Gain of electrons (NADPH---->NADP)
Alkali hydrolysis of a TAG, yields a glycerol and a soap.
A metallic salt of a fatty acid.
Isomers with a different spatial & configurational formula.