By Reginald H. Garrett, Charles M. Grisham
Carrying on with Garrett and Grisham's cutting edge conceptual and organizing framework, "Essential Questions," BIOCHEMISTRY courses scholars via path thoughts in a manner that unearths the sweetness and usability of biochemistry within the daily world.The book's balanced presentation has been streamlined for elevated readability and readability--and to make it extra attention-grabbing to visible rookies, this version additionally contains new pictures and illustrations that exhibit the subject material continuously in the course of the textual content. New end-of-chapter difficulties, MCAT perform questions, and the unprecedented text/media integration with the facility of CengageNOW around out this extraordinary package deal, giving scholars the instruments they should grasp direction strategies and strengthen serious problem-solving talents they could draw upon lengthy after the path ends.
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Chapter 27 The role of AMP-activated protein kinase as the sensor of cellular energy levels and regulator of whole-body energy homeostasis is introduced, and the biochemical connections between caloric restriction or red wine consumption to prolonged lifespan are explored. Chapter 29 The structural studies of RNA polymerase that brought Roger Kornberg the Nobel Prize form the basis for a deeper understanding of transcription. Also presented are chromatin remodeling and histone modiﬁcations as processes determining the accessibility of chromatin to the transcriptional apparatus.
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Hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, and nitrogen constitute more than 99% of the atoms in the human body, with most of the H and O occurring as H2O. 2% each). 04%, a small but critical amount. Oxygen is also abundant in the atmosphere and in the oceans. What property unites H, O, C, and N and renders these atoms so suitable to the chemistry of life? It is their ability to form covalent bonds by electron-pair sharing. 6). Because the strength of covalent bonds is inversely proportional to the atomic weights of the atoms involved, H, C, N, and O form the strongest covalent bonds.
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