Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Yes Sorry, something has gone wrong. Sugar sucrose is a disaccharide composed of a ketohexose fructose and aldohexose glucosebut the oddity is that the glycosidic bond is formed by their anomeric carbons.
Students will know the chemical structures and chemistry of biological polymers proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids and their monomers amino acids, sugars, fatty acids and other lipid monomers, and nucleotides as well as the roles of these biological molecules in living cells.
Students will be able to solve amino acid sequences of protein, nucleotide sequences of nucleic acids from experimental data and how to determine structures of carbohydrates and lipids. Students will know the reactions of major metabolic pathways: Narrated PowerPoints are in MP4 format that can be viewed on standard and laptop computers as well as tablets.
These were made using the continually updated PowerPoints from the instructor's regular lectures. They usually last less than a full lecture most are min because there is no interaction with an audience.
A few "lectures" go longer than an hour, but each of these are used for two class periods. Please use the one that works best for you.
The links to the lectures are below in the schedule. The Power Points used in lecture can also be downloaded to take notes on if you convert them to pdf and print them out.
It is to your distinct advantage to have the lecture pdf printed out so when you are viewing the narrated PowerPoint because you can pause the narrated PowerPoint and take notes on the pdf. If you went too slow, you can always back the lecture up and get to what you missed.
Further, you can go to the "lecture" as many times as you like. Please do the selected End of Chapter problems before class: Doing them before class will pay off in higher Clicker grades.
The payoff is student problem solving and critical thinking skills improve. This course was created at Carnegie-Mellon University. It is free and you can use it as an additional resource. It has a slightly different structure, but also has problem sets for each chapter.
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