• Nelson, Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, 6th ed.

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  1 The Foundations of Biochemistry
  1 (44)
  1.1 Cellular Foundations
  2 (9)
  Cells Are the Structural and Functional Units of All Living Organisms
  3 (1)
  Cellular Dimensions Are Limited by Diffusion
  3 (1)
  There Are Three Distinct Domains of Life
  3 (1)
  Organisms Differ Widely in Their Sources of Energy and Biosynthetic Precursors
  4 (1)
  Bacterial and Archaeal Cells Share Common Features but Differ in Important Ways
  4 (2)
  Enkaryotic Cells Have a Variety of Membranous Organelles, Which Can Be Isolated for Study
  6 (2)
  The Cytoplasm Is Organized by the Cytoskeleton and Is Highly Dynamic
  8 (1)
  Cells Build Supramalecular Structures
  9 (1)
  In Vitro Studies May Overlook Important Interactions among Molecules
  9 (2)
  1.2 Chemical Foundations
  11 (9)
  Biomolecules Are Compounds of Carbon with a Variety of Functional Groups
  12 (2)
  Cells Contain a Universal Set of Small Molecules
  14 (1)
  Box 1-1 Molecular Weight, Molecular Mass, and Their Correct Units
  14 (1)
  Macromolecules Are the Major Constituents of Cells
  15 (1)
  Three-Dimensional Structure Is Described by Configuration and Conformation
  16 (2)
  Box 1-2 Louis Pasteur and Optical Activity: In Vino, Veritas
  18 (1)
  Interactions between Biomolecules Are Stereospecific
  19 (1)
  1.3 Physical Foundations
  20 (9)
  Living Organisms Exist in a Dynamic Steady State, Never at Equilibrium with Their Surroundings
  21 (1)
  Organisms Transform Energy and Matter from Their Surroundings
  21 (1)
  Box 1-3 Entropy: Things Fall Apart
  22 (1)
  The Flow of Electrons Provides Energy for Organisms
  22 (1)
  Creating and Maintaining Order Requires Work and Energy
  22 (2)
  Energy Coupling Links Reactions in Biology
  24 (1)
  Keq and ΔG° Are Measures of a Reaction's Tendency to Proceed Spontaneously
  25 (2)
  Enzymes Promote Sequences of Chemical Reactions
  27 (1)
  Metabolism Is Regulated to Achieve Balance and Economy
  28 (1)
  1.4 Genetic Foundations
  29 (3)
  Genetic Continuity Is Vested in Single DNA Molecules
  30 (1)
  The Structure of DNA Allows for Its Replication and Repair with Near-Perfect Fidelity
  30 (1)
  The Linear Sequence in DNA Encodes Proteins with Three-Dimensional Structures
  30 (2)
  1.5 Evolutionary Foundations
  32 (13)
  Changes in the Hereditary Instructions Allow Evolution
  32 (1)
  Biomolecules First Arose by Chemical Evolution
  33 (1)
  RNA or Related Precursors May Have Been the First Genes and Catalysts
  34 (1)
  Biological Evolution Began More Than Three and a Half Billion Years Ago
  35 (1)
  The First Cell Probably Used Inorganic Fuels
  35 (1)
  Eukaryotic Cells Evolved from Simpler Precursors in Several Stages
  36 (1)
  Molecular Anatomy Reveals Evolutionary Relationships
  37 (1)
  Functional Genomics Shows the Allocations of Genes to Specific Cellular Processes
  38 (1)
  Genomic Comparisons Have Increasing Importance in Human Biology and Medicine
  39 (6)
  I STRUCTURE AND CATALYSIS
  45 (456)
  2 Water
  47 (28)
  2.1 Weak Interactions in Aqueous Systems
  47 (11)
  Hydrogen Bonding Gives Water Its Unusual Properties
  47 (2)
  Water Forms Hydrogen Bonds with Polar Solutes
  49 (1)
  Water Interacts Electrostatically with Charged Solutes
  50 (1)
  Entropy Increases as Crystalline Substances Dissolve
  51 (1)
  Nonpolar Gases Are Poorly Soluble in Water
  51 (1)
  Nonpolar Compounds Force Energetically Unfavorable Changes in the Structure of Water
  51 (2)
  Van der Waals Interactions Are Weak Interatomic Attractions
  53 (1)
  Weak Interactions Are Crucial to Macromolecular Structure and Function
  54 (1)
  Solutes Affect the Colligative Properties of Aqueous Solutions
  55 (3)
  2.2 Ionization of Water, Weak Acids, and Weak Bases
  58 (5)
  Pure Water Is Slightly Ionized
  58 (2)
  The Ionization of Water Is Expressed by an Equilibrium Constant The pH Scale Designates the H+ and OH- Concentrations
  60 (1)
  Weak Acids and Bases Have Characteristic Acid Dissociation Constants
  61 (1)
  Titration Curves Reveal the pKa of Weak Acids
  62 (1)
  2.3 Buffering against pH Changes in Biological Systems
  63 (6)
  Buffers Are Mixtures of Weak Acids and Their Conjugate Bases

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