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NEW Chapter 20, Carbohydrate Biosynthesis in Plants and Bacteria All coverage of plant metabolism is now consolidated into a single chapter, separate from oxidative phosphorylation, Chapter Chapter 20 includes light-driven ATP synthesis, carbon fixation, photorespiration, the glyoxylate cycle, cellulose synthesis, and regulatory mechanisms that ensure integration of all of these activities throughout the plant. Efficient Course Management Automatic grading, tracking, and analytics helps instructors save time and tailor assignments to student needs. Industry-Leading Peer-to-Peer Support Each instructor is paired with Tech TA—a fully trained PhD or Masters level colleague ready to help with everything from quizzes and assignments to syllabus planning and tech support. Tutorials with periodic concept check questions take students through the pathways step by step. NEW Case Studies, Justine Hine, Lafayette College Each case study introduces students to a biochemical mystery and allows them to determine what investigations will solve it.

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Differentiate between configuration and conformation. Chemical foundations Pages: What is optical activity? Chemical foundations Pages: A chemist working in a pharmaceutical lab synthesized a new drug as a racemic mixture. Why is it important that she separate the two enantiomers and test each for its biological activity? Chemical foundations Page: 18 Explain why living organisms are able to produce particular chiral forms of different biomolceules while laboratory chemical synthesis usually produces a racemic mixture.

Physical foundations Page: 20 Proteins are constantly being synthesized in a living cell. Physical foundations Page: 20 Describe the relationship between a living organism and its surroundings in terms of both matter and energy. Physical foundations Page: The free-energy change for the formation of a protein from the individual amino acids is positive and is thus an endergonic reaction.

How, then, do cells accomplish this process? Physical foundations Pages: Instant cold packs get cold when the contents, usually solid urea and liquid water, are mixed, producing an aqueous solution of urea. Although this process is clearly spontaneous, the products are colder than the reactants. Explain how this is possible in terms of the difference between DG and DH.

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The dipole moment in a water molecule Which statement about hydrogen bonds is NOT true? A Hydrogen bonds account for the anomalously high boiling point of water. B In liquid water, the average water molecule forms hydrogen bonds with three to four other water molecules. C Individual hydrogen bonds are much weaker than covalent bonds. D Individual hydrogen bonds in liquid water exist for many seconds and sometimes for minutes.

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Differentiate between configuration and conformation. Chemical foundations Pages: What is optical activity? Chemical foundations Pages: A chemist working in a pharmaceutical lab synthesized a new drug as a racemic mixture. Why is it important that she separate the two enantiomers and test each for its biological activity? Chemical foundations Page: 18 Explain why living organisms are able to produce particular chiral forms of different biomolceules while laboratory chemical synthesis usually produces a racemic mixture.

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