The course begins by examining the dynamics of life by studying catalysis and the design of metabolic pathways. The latter portion of the course is concerned with the integrated network of chemical reactions involved in metabolism. It deals with the energetics of life, the reactions by which organisms degrade molecules to release the energy stored therein, how they use that energy to synthesize other molecules, and how organisms regulate the pathways by which molecules are degraded or synthesized. This portion is largely focused on the various pathways involved in carbohydrate metabolism. The laboratory introduces a variety of basic techniques commonly used in the isolation, purification, characterization and analysis of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids, the principle classes of biomolecules. Three hours lecture and four hours laboratory per week. Prerequisite: CHE 325
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