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CBS - Cells and Organelles
- understand the nature of cells and subcellular organelles (with approx. dimensions) - learn the definitions of eukaryote, prokaryote and virus - understand the nature of cytoplasm, nucleus, plasma membrane, lysosome, peroxisome, smooth endoplasmic reticulum, rough endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi body, cytoskeleton, mitochondrion, nuclear envelope, chromatin, nucleolus - indicate the biochemical functions of these compartments and organelles
39  cards
CBS - Protein Structure and Function
What are the two classes of proteins,
Describe a peptide bond and how t...,
What are some features of a pepti...
16  cards
CBS - Enzyme Properties/Kinetics/Regulation
- review basics of enzymology: concept of catalysis, substrate specificity - describe how the rate of an enzyme reaction depends on the concentration of the substrate(s) and how this is described by the Michaelis-Menten equation - define the terms: initial velocity Vo, KM, Vmax and explain how these values may be determined experimentally
28  cards
CBS - Amino Acids
- recognise the structures of the 20 common amino acids - identify the functional importance of amino acid side chains
17  cards
CBS - pH and Buffers
What is ph,
Which type of hydrogen ions does ...,
What is the range of blood ph
31  cards
CBS - (Practical) Isozymes in Medicine
What is km equal to based on mich...,
Why was the spectophotometer set ...,
Why did we calibrate the spectoph...
12  cards
CBS - Lipids and Membrane Structures
What are the functions of lipids,
Describe the characteristics of t...,
Describe fatty acids
25  cards
CBS - Haemoglobin A/F/S
Describe the haemoglobin protein,
Describe the myoglobin protein,
Describe the cooperativity of hb ...
25  cards
CBS - Protein Targeting
What is the reason for protein ta...,
Describe protein synthesis at the er,
What happens to the proteins once...
10  cards
CBS - Cytoskeleton
What is the cytoskeleton,
What three structures if the cyto...,
Describe actin microfilaments
23  cards
CBS - Membrane Transport
- describe the distinguishing features of small-molecule transfer across membranes by passive diffusion, facilitated transport and active transport - describe the structure and principle of action of the Na+/K+-ATPase membrane pump - describe the structure and principle of action of the Na+/glucose transporter protein family - describe the principle of action of the facilitated glucose transporter protein family
26  cards
CBS - (Worksheet) Concentrations, Units, Dilution
You have a 5 molar stock solution...,
2 you have a 2 molar stock soluti...,
3 you have a 2 molar stock soluti...
19  cards
CBS - Intracellular Signalling
List some common cellular respons...,
What factors act as extracellular...,
List the different ways for cells...
24  cards
MCG - Basics of Genetic Inheritance
Describe the basic idea of how dn...,
Describe the human karyotype,
Describe the centromere and its r...
33  cards
MCG - Molecular Basis of Inheritance
To understand: - that DNA is the genetic material - the chemistry of nucleic acids - how structure of DNA permits storage of information and transmission of information across generations - the features of the human genome - features of the mitochondrial genome, and its matrilineal mode of inheritance
27  cards
MCG - Maintenance and use of Genetic Information
Give a general overview of replic...,
Describe the process of initiatio...,
Describe the process of replication
39  cards
MCG - Molecular Basis of Gene Transcription
If all the cells in your body con...,
What are 3 differences between dn...,
Describe rna polymerase
16  cards
MCG - (Practical Pt.1) Use of PCR to Genotype Individuals
Why are cheek swabs used for pcr,
What is genomic dna,
Why is pcr used to specifically g...
5  cards
MCG - Gene Products and Protein Synthesis
What is the start codon in amino ...,
What are the 3 stop codon in amin...,
What is a reading frame
23  cards
MCG - Manipulation of DNA, use in Therapy and Diagnosis
List some benefits to having the ...,
What is recombinant dna technology,
Describe restriction enzymes
26  cards
MCG - (Worksheet) Gene Inheritance, Human Pedigrees and DNA
In an organism with a haploid chr...,
In an organism with a haploid chr...,
In an organism with a haploid chr...
20  cards
MCG - (Practical Pt.2) Use of PCR to Genotype Individuals
True or false under the influence...,
Which is the most preferred buffe...,
Which of the following factors wi...
12  cards
MCG - Introduction to Genetic Variation
What are polymorphisms,
Describe single nucleotide polymo...,
Define haplotype
18  cards
MCG - Genetic Basis of Disease
What are the different types of h...,
What is considered a rare variant,
What are the different types of g...
23  cards
MCG - (Worksheet) Transcription, Translation and DNA Analysis
Heteronuclear rna hnrna is modifi...,
Briefly summarise the structural ...,
List the four stages of translati...
19  cards
MCG - (Practical Pt.3/Tutorial) Use of PCR to Genotype Individuals
What are some reasons as to why t...
1  cards
NM - Overview of Metabolism
Define metabolism,
What is the difference in where t...,
Outline the difference between ox...
17  cards
NM - Anaerobic Metabolism
Describe the function of the glyc...,
List some examples of disaccharides,
Describe the structure of glucose
16  cards
NM - Aerobic Metabolism
What is the main function of the ...,
Where does the krebs cycle occur,
In which tissues does the krebs c...
14  cards
NM - Fat as Fuel
As a chemistry recap what are the...,
For each of the fatty acids below...,
What are the two types of fatty a...
36  cards
NM - Glycogen Synthesis and Regulation
What is one benefit of storing gl...,
How is the liver implicated in gl...,
Glycogen has a branched structure...
4  cards
NM - Amino Acid Metabolism
0  cards
NM - The Liver and Gluconeogenesis
0  cards
NM - Nutrition & Health
0  cards
NM - Energy Balance and Control of Body Weight
0  cards
NM - Macronutrients-Protein-Energy Malnutrition
0  cards
NM - Vitamins 1
0  cards
NM - Vitamins 2
0  cards
NM - Lipid Transport in Blood & Hyperlipoproteinaemias
0  cards
NM - Minerals
0  cards
NM - Integration of Metabolism: The Fed and Fasting State 1
0  cards
NM - Integration of Metabolism: The Fed and Fasting State 2
0  cards

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