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BC368 - Biochemistry of the Cell II


Instructor: Kevin Rice (Keyes 313, x5763, kprice@colby.edu)


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Weekly class assignments

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Laboratory Section B

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BC368 syllabus

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Kevin's Calendar

 


 

BC368 Learning Goals

  1. To apply understanding of the fundamental chemistry of biomolecules to the intricate molecular phenomena of living systems.
  2. To understand how chemical reactivity, thermodynamics, and kinetics are responsible for life.
  3. To sharpen problem-solving skills of both a qualitative and quantitative nature and to solve problems that involve the integration and synthesis of new knowledge.
  4. To enhance written and oral communication skills and build confidence in oral expression in a group setting.

 


 

Approximate Lecture and Discussion Schedule

Week of:

Probable topic:

Textbook chapter(s):

Discussion materials:

2/7

Membranes & Transport

11

Problem set #1

2/12

Biosignaling

12

 

2/19

Bioenergetics

13

 

2/26

Glycolysis

14

 

3/5

Citric Acid Cycle

16

 

3/12

Oxidative Phosphorylation

19

 

3/19

Photosynthesis

20

 

4/2

Gluconeogenesis

14, 15

 

4/9

Glycogen Metabolism

15

 

4/16

Fatty Acid Catabolism

17

 

4/23

Fatty Acid Biosynthesis

21

 

4/30

Nitrogen Metabolism

18, 22

 

5/7

Integration of Metabolism

23

 























































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