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Review of Crit Cncpt

WVSOM Class of 2012 Review of Critical Concepts

QuestionAnswer
tca cycle releases large quantity of what? co2
the majority of h2o in the body is where? intracellular
what is the equation for ph? -log[H+]
what is the normal range of ph in humans? 7.35-7.45
what is the henderson-hasselbach equation? ph-pka=log[A-]/[AH]
what is pka? ph at which [A-]=[AH]
what is the henderson-hasselbach equation for bases? ph-pka=log[B]/[BH+]
which buffer system is the major intracellular system for proteins? phosphate buffer system
monosaccharides are either ketoses or what? aldoses
what is the structure of an anomeric carbon o-c-o
in solution, monosaccharides are what form? cyclic
trans fatty acids have lower or higher melting point than cis fatty acids? higher
if chain length increases, then what happens to the melting point? increases
unsaturated fatty acids have lower or higher melting point than saturated fatty acids? lower
melting point increases or decreases based on the number of double bonds? decreases
sphingolipids have what in common? ceramide
Created by: mhassan