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New aspects of the book include: Single-celled organ- isms such as protozoa, yeast, and bacteria are present with great diversity in water, in soil, and on or within larger organisms. Not a word was written or an illustration constructed without the knowledge that bright, engaged students would immediately detect vagueness and ambiguity. In addition to all the resources found on the Companion Web site, BiochemPortal includes several other features: This structure is a double helix composed of two intertwined strands arranged such that the sugar-phosphate backbone lies on the outside and the bases on the inside.
Biochemistry 7th edition by berg tymoczko and stryer of both these classes of molecules are com- mon, with minor variations, to all living things. Shanoff Young Biochemistty Research Award.
Moreover, each sugar is ori- ented in the same way, and so each DNA strand has directionality, biochemistgy one end distinguishable from the other. Additional, briefer clinical correlations appear in the text as appropriate.
Amino Acids Are Linked by Tymkczko Bonds to Form Polypeptide Chains 33 Proteins have unique amino acid sequences specified by genes 35 Polypeptide chains are flexible yet conformationally restricted 36 xvi Contents 2. Overhead Transparencies  full-color illustrations from the textbook, optimized for classroom projection Student Companion  For each chapter of the textbook, th eStudent Companion includes: Baserga and Erica A.
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