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HUBS1403 Lecture Summaries 14-16 (plus visuals)

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HUBS1403 Lecture Summaries 14-16 (plus visuals)
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Biology Cell biology Protein biosynthesis Gene expression Molecular biology RNA Insulin Hormone Adipose tissue Lipoprotein Metabolism Transfer RNA
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Biology Cell biology Protein biosynthesis Gene expression Molecular biology RNA Insulin Hormone Adipose tissue Lipoprotein Metabolism Transfer RNA
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Discuss the fate, metabolism and functions of lipids 3. Describe the fate, metabolism and functions of proteins 4. Describe the reactions of key molecules and the products formed during metabolism 5. Compare metabolism during the absorptive and post-­‐absorptive states Lecture 15: Proteins are the Key to Cell Function 1. Describe the sequence of events in protein synthesis 2. Describe transcription. 3. Understand what is meant by RNA processing. 4. Describe translation. 5. Understand what is meant by the genetic code. Lecture 16 – Communication, Integration and Homeostasis 1. List the four basic methods of cell-­‐to-­‐cell communication 2. Describe the general pattern of a signal pathway 3. D...
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