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Designed for an introductory, one-semester path, the scope, association, writing kind, intensity of presentation, and pedagogical facets of this article were adapted to fulfill the wishes of scholars getting ready for a occupation in allied overall healthiness. this article doesn't think any previous technological know-how wisdom at the a part of the coed and successfully offers scholars with the basics of anatomy and body structure.
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A single enzyme may catalyze thousands of reactions. An enzymatic reaction may be generalized as O CH C NH2 Acid group Organization of the Body OH Additional amino acids E + S → ES → E + P R3 R1 Like other proteins, the three-dimensional shape of an enzyme is determined by hydrogen bonds. 18 (a) The formation of a peptide bond. (b-e) The primary structure of a polypeptide ultimately determines how it folds into a more complex structure. 44 Chapter 2 Chemicals of Life A1B (substrate) Enzyme C1D (products) Substrate A Product C Active sites Enzyme Substrate B Enzyme and substrates Product D Enzyme-substrate complex Enzyme (unchanged) and products (a) Enzymatic reaction Substrate A Modified active sites.
Carbohydrate (carbo = carbon; hydr = water) An organic compound composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, with hydrogen and oxygen at a 2:1 ratio. Chemical bond (bond from band = fasten) Joining of chemical substances using attractions between electrons. Chemical formula (formula = draft or small form) Shorthand notation showing the type and number of atoms in a molecule or compound. Chemical reaction (re = again; actionem = put into motion) Process involving the formation and/or breakage of chemical bonds resulting in new combinations of atoms.
Interstitial fluid (tissue fluid): fluid in spaces between cells. Plasma: fluid portion of blood. Lymph: fluid in lymphatic vessels. Transcellular fluids: fluid in more limited locations, such as serous fluid, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF—located within and around the brain and spinal cord), and synovial fluid (in certain joints). 9 Comparison of electrolyte and nonelectrolyte in aqueous solution. NaOH → Na+ + OH- Electrolytes When ionic compounds are dissolved in water, their molecules tend to ionize (dissociate), releasing ions.
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