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BIBC102 - Summer Session I, 2008, Dr. Lukas Buehler Syllabus - Metabolic Biochemistry BIBC 102 Instructor: Dr. Lukas Buehler Lecture: MTWTh 12:30PM – 1:50 PM, Solis 107 Office Hours: M W 2:30pm- 3:30pm, Bonner Hall 3220 [email protected] Week Day Lecture topics Reading * Comments 1 M 6/30 Introduction, pathways 14 T 7/1 High energy compounds 14 W 7/2 Glycolysis 15 R 7/3 Gluconeogenesis 16, 22 2 M 7/7 Regulation of glycolysis/gluconeogenesis 15, 16 Tu 7/8 PPP, glycogen 15, 16 W 7/9 TCA 17 R 7/10 Oxidative phosphorylation 18 Midterm Exam (30%) 3 M 7/14 Photosynthesis ETC 19 T 7/15 Photosynthesis Calvin cycle 18 W 7/16 Fatty acid degradation 20, 9 R 7/17 Fatty acid synthesis 20 4 M 7/21 Phospholipid synthesis 20 T 7/22 Glycolipids, proteins 20 W 7/23 Sterol synthesis 20, 9 Midterm Exam (30%) R 7/24 Membrane transport / regulation of metabolism 10, 22 5 M 7/28 Nitrogen metabolism 21 T 7/29 Amino acid metabolism 21 W 7/30 Nucleic acid synthesis 23 R 7/31 Neurotransmitters, NO 21 Sat 8/2 FINAL 7:00 to 8:30pm Not cumulative (40%)  From Voet et al., Fundamentals in Biochemistry, 3rd edition, 2008  Many times only parts of a book chapter are covered, please refer to lecture notes, slides, and reader to narrow your reading to appropriate content.  Office hours are offered every day from 2:30 to 3:30pm in Bonner Hall 3230. The above times are priority days for this class; the other two days are priority days for the other biochemistry class  NOTE: the final exam is held on Saturday, August 2. You need to be able to attend on Saturday. Last day of class is not a Thursday or Friday! The course outline is subject to changes announced during class and posted on the class web page at: http://www.biology.ucsd.edu/classes/bibc102.SU2.08/BIBC102 - Summer Session I, 2008, Dr. Lukas Buehler Text books Metabolic Biochemistry (custom reader) by Lukas K. Buehler Publisher: J.Wiley & Sons Fundamentals of Biochemistry, 3rd ed. by Voet, Voet and Pratt J.Wiley & Sons, 2005 TA Sections Section Day Time Location Room A01 M 2:00p - 3:50p APM 2301 A02 M 4:00p - 5:50p SOLIS 111 A03 Tu 09:00a - 10:50a APM 2301 A04 Tu 3:00p - 4:50p SOLIS 109 A05 W 5:00p - 6:50p CSB 005 A06 Th 09:00a - 10:50a APM 2301 A07 W 09:00a - 10:50a CENTR 201 A08 W 3:00p - 4:50p CSB 005 A09 Tu 5:00p - 6:50p SOLIS 111 A10 F 12:00p - 1:50p SOLIS 110 Policies regarding exams and regrading Regrading Regrades for midterms will be allowed and have to be submitted no later than one week from the time you receive the graded exams. It is the responsibility of TAs grading a particular problem to make corrections or adjustments. You can submit a written request for more than one problem. Those requests will be regraded during a regrading session after the one-week period allotted to submit a request. Make up exams Midterms are held during class time. Makeup exams are available for emergency reasons and conflicts with other assignments for which students have no control over the timing. For conflicts regarding the final exam and having more than two (=3) final exams within a 24-hour period, you need to contact your college administration to request make up exams. You should do this during the first week of class and as soon as you are aware of such clustering. There are no makeup finals if you (or some relatives) make travel arrangements before the end of the scheduled final exam. Cheating To avoid cheating problems, please write in pen and not pencil. If you make changes, mark them clearly (cross out) and do not erase and write over other words. A small number of exams will be photo copied (after grading and before students receive them) and compared with the submitted regrade request. Photocopies are done randomly and are not a systematic approach nor are they targeting any students in particular. Cheating will be reported to the Dean of your


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