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Chem 4343 Biochemistry I Course Information Handout for Fall 2007 sec 02 Lecturer Dr Eamonn F Healy Office JBWN 215 SEU Box 805 e mail healy stedwards edu Phone 448 8467 http www cs stedwards edu chem Office hours Mon 2 4 pm Tue 10 12 noon Fri 1 2 pm Other times by appointment Prerequisite Organic Chemistry I CHEM 2323 Schedule Mon Wed Fri 11 11 50 JBWN 202 Review Sessions 6 pm Monday Sept 17th 24th Oct 15th 22nd and Nov 12th Text Biochemistry by Mathews and van Holde 3rd edition Deadlines Wednesday Sept 12th for unrecorded drop or withdrawal Tuesday Nov 6th for withdrawal with grade W Incompletes will be awarded only in emergency circumstances Exams Exam 1 Wednesday Sept 26th 20 th Exam 2 Wednesday Oct 24 20 th Project Due on Mon Nov 19 20 th Quiz Friday Nov 16 10 Presentations begin on Monday Nov 26th th Final Wednesday Dec 12 11 15 am 30 Make up exams may be given when circumstances warrant All Exams are open book and open note all notes must be on index cards Homework will be for extra credit Grades A 90 100 B 80 89 C 70 79 D 60 69 F 0 59 Academic Honesty The normal penalty for a breach of academic honesty is a grade of F for all those involved Dishonesty is broadly defined as the representation of the work of others as ones own Course Objective To develop the students ability to understand and analyze the phenomena asociated with biological processes from a molecular perspective Syllabus Seeback Chem 4343 Biochemistry I Course Outline I Overview of Biochemistry chpt 1 II Essential Chemical Principles chpt 2 3 III Macromolecular Strcuture basic components of living matter a Nucleic Acids non bonded interactions aqueous solutions acids bases and buffers thermodynamics free energy equilibrium energy sources chpt 4 introduction primary structure secondary structure tertiary structure factors influencing stability genetic expression pp 27 32 pp 33 38 pp 40 47 pp 58 66 pp 67 73 pp 73 78 pp 85 91 pp 124 125 pp 91 92 pp 92 100 pp 100 103 pp 108 113 pp 114 117 pp 104



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