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            Organic And Biological Chemistry
            7th Edition
            STOKER, H. Stephen (howard Stephen)
            Publisher: Cengage Learning,
            ISBN: 9781305081079

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            Chapter 1.10 - Classification Of Carbon AtomsChapter 1.11 - Branched-chain Alkyl GroupsChapter 1.12 - CycloalkanesChapter 1.13 - Iupac Nomenclature Of CycloalkanesChapter 1.14 - Isomerism In CycloalkanesChapter 1.15 - Sources Of Alkanes And CycloalkanesChapter 1.16 - Physical Properties Of Alkanes And CycloalkanesChapter 1.17 - Chemical Properties Of Alkanes And CycloalkanesChapter 1.18 - Halogenated Alkanes And CycloalkanesChapter 2 - Unsaturated HydrocarbonsChapter 2.1 - Unsaturated HydrocarbonsChapter 2.2 - Characteristics Of Alkenes And CycloalkenesChapter 2.3 - Nomenclature For Alkenes And CycloalkenesChapter 2.4 - Line-angle Structural Fomrulas Of AlkenesChapter 2.5 - Constitutional Isomerism In AlkenesChapter 2.6 - Cis-trans Isomerism In AlkenesChapter 2.7 - Naturally Occuring AlkenesChapter 2.8 - Physical Properties Of Alkenes And CycloalkenesChapter 2.9 - Preparation Of AlkenesChapter 2.10 - Chemical Reactions Of AlkenesChapter 2.11 - Polymerization Of Alkenes: Addition PolymersChapter 2.12 - AlkynesChapter 2.13 - Aromatic HydrocarbonsChapter 2.14 - Nomenclature For Aromatic HydrocarbonsChapter 2.15 - Properties Of And Sources For Aromatic HydrocarbonsChapter 2.16 - Fused-ring Aromatic HydrocarbonsChapter 3 - Alcohols, Phenols And EthersChapter 3.1 - Bonding Characteristics Of Oxygen Atoms In Organic CompoundsChapter 3.2 - Structural Characteristics Of AlcoholsChapter 3.3 - Nomenclature Of AlcoholsChapter 3.4 - Isomerism For AlcoholsChapter 3.5 - Important Commonly Encountered AlcoholsChapter 3.6 - Physical Properties Of AlcoholsChapter 3.7 - Preparation Of AlcoholsChapter 3.8 - Classification Of AlcoholsChapter 3.9 - Chemical Reactions Of AlcoholsChapter 3.10 - Structural Characteristics Of PhenolsChapter 3.11 - Nomenclature For PhenolsChapter 3.12 - Physical And Chemical Properties Of PhenolsChapter 3.13 - Occurrence Of And Use For PhenolsChapter 3.14 - Structural Characteristics Of EthersChapter 3.15 - Nomenclature For EthersChapter 3.16 - Occurrence Of And Use For EthersChapter 3.17 - Isomerism For EthersChapter 3.18 - Physical And Chemical Properties Of EthersChapter 3.19 - Cyclic EthersChapter 3.20 - Thiols: Sulfur Analogs Of AlcoholsChapter 3.21 - Thioethers: Sulfur Analogs Of EthersChapter 4 - Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.1 - The Carbonyl GroupChapter 4.2 - Compounds Containing A Carbonyl GroupChapter 4.3 - The Aldehyde And Ketone Functional GroupsChapter 4.4 - Nomenclature For AldehydesChapter 4.5 - Nomenclature For KetonesChapter 4.6 - Isomerism For Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.7 - Selected Common Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.8 - Physical Properties Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.9 - Preparation Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.10 - Oxidation And Reduction Of Aldehydes And KetonesChapter 4.11 - Reaction Of Aldehydes And Ketones With AlcoholsChapter 4.12 - Sulfur-containing Carbonyl GroupsChapter 5 - Carboxylic Acids, Esters, And Other Acid DerivativesChapter 5.1 - Structure Of Carboxylic Acids And Their DerivativesChapter 5.2 - Iupac Nomenclature Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.3 - Common Names For Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.4 - Polyfunctional Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.5 - Physical Properties Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.6 - Preparation Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.7 - Acidity Of Carboxylic AcidsChapter 5.8 - Carboxylic Acids SaltsChapter 5.9 - Carboxylic Acid Decarboxylation ReactionsChapter 5.10 - Structures Of EstersChapter 5.11 - Preparation Of EstersChapter 5.12 - Nomenclature For EstersChapter 5.13 - Selected Common EstersChapter 5.14 - Isomerism For Carboxylic Acids And EstersChapter 5.15 - Physical Properties Of EstersChapter 5.16 - Chemical Properties Of EstersChapter 5.17 - Sulfur Analogs Of EstersChapter 5.18 - PolyestersChapter 5.19 - Acid Chlorides And Acid AnhydridesChapter 5.20 - Esters And Anhydrides Of Inorganic AcidsChapter 6 - Amines And AmidesChapter 6.1 - Bonding Characteristics Of Nitrogen Atoms In Organic CompoundsChapter 6.2 - Structura And Classification Of AminesChapter 6.3 - Nomenclature For AminesChapter 6.4 - Isomerism For AminesChapter 6.5 - Physcial Properties Of AminesChapter 6.6 - Basicity Of AminesChapter 6.7 - Reaction Of Amines With AcidsChapter 6.8 - Alkylation Of Ammonia And AminesChapter 6.9 - Heterocyclic AminesChapter 6.10 - Selected Biochemically Important AminesChapter 6.11 - AlkaloidsChapter 6.12 - Structure And Classification Of AmidesChapter 6.13 - Nomenclature Of AmidesChapter 6.14 - Selected Amides And Their UsesChapter 6.15 - Basicity Of AmidesChapter 6.16 - Physcial Properties Of AmidesChapter 6.17 - Preparation Of AmidesChapter 6.18 - Hydrolysis Of AmidesChapter 6.19 - Polyamides And PolyurethanesChapter 7 - CarbohydratesChapter 7.1 - Biochemistry-an OverviewChapter 7.2 - Occurrence And Functions Of CarbohydratesChapter 7.3 - Classification Of CarbohydratesChapter 7.4 - Chirality: Handedness In MoleculesChapter 7.5 - Stereoisomerism: Enantiomers And DiastereomersChapter 7.6 - Designating Handedness Using Fischer Projection FormulasChapter 7.7 - Properties Of EnantiomersChapter 7.8 - Classification Of MonosaccharidesChapter 7.9 - Biochemically Important MonosaccharidesChapter 7.10 - Cyclic Forms Of MonosaccharidesChapter 7.11 - Haworth Projection FormulasChapter 7.12 - Reactions Of MonosaccharidesChapter 7.13 - DisaccharidesChapter 7.14 - OligosaccharidesChapter 7.15 - General Characteristics Of PolysaccharidesChapter 7.16 - Storage PolysaccharidesChapter 7.17 - Structural PolysaccharidesChapter 7.18 - Acidic PolysaccharidesChapter 7.19 - Dietary Considerations And CarbohydratesChapter 7.20 - Glycolipids And Glycoproteins: Cell RecognitionChapter 8 - LipidsChapter 8.1 - Structure And Classification Of LipidsChapter 8.2 - Types Of Fatty AcidsChapter 8.3 - Physical Properties Of Fatty AcidsChapter 8.4 - Energy-storage Lipids: TriacylglycerolsChapter 8.5 - Dietary Considerations And TriacylglycerolsChapter 8.6 - Chemical Reactions Of TriacylglycerolsChapter 8.7 - Membrane Lipids: PhospholipidsChapter 8.8 - Membrane Lipids: SphingoglycolipidsChapter 8.9 - Membrane Lipids: CholesterolChapter 8.10 - Cell MembranesChapter 8.11 - Emulsification Lipids: Bile AcidsChapter 8.12 - Messenger Lipids: Steroid HormonesChapter 8.13 - Messenger Lipids: EicosanoidsChapter 8.14 - Protective-coating Lipids: Biological WaxesChapter 8.15 - Saponifiable And Nonsaponifiable LipidsChapter 9 - ProteinsChapter 9.1 - Characteristics Of ProteinsChapter 9.2 - Amino Acids: The Building Blocks For ProteinsChapter 9.3 - Essential Amino AcidsChapter 9.4 - Chirality And Amino AcidsChapter 9.5 - Acid-base Properties Of Amino AcidChapter 9.6 - Cysteine: A Chemically Unique Amino AcidChapter 9.7 - PeptidesChapter 9.8 - Biochemically Important Small PeptidesChapter 9.9 - General Structural Characteristics Of ProteinsChapter 9.10 - Primary Structure Of ProteinsChapter 9.11 - Secondary Structure Of ProteinsChapter 9.12 - Tertiary Structure Of ProteinsChapter 9.13 - Quaternary Structure Of ProteinsChapter 9.14 - Protein HydrolysisChapter 9.15 - Protein DenaturationChapter 9.16 - Protein Classification Based On ShapeChapter 9.17 - Protein Classification Based On FunctionChapter 9.18 - GlycoproteinsChapter 9.19 - LipoproteinsChapter 10 - Enzymes And VitaminsChapter 10.1 - General Characteristics Of EnzymeChapter 10.2 - Enzyme StructureChapter 10.3 - Nomenclature And Classification Of EnzymesChapter 10.4 - Models Of Enzyme ActionChapter 10.5 - Enzyme SpecificityChapter 10.6 - Factors That Affect Enzyme ActivityChapter 10.7 - ExtremozymesChapter 10.8 - Enzyme InhibitionChapter 10.9 - Regulation Of Enzyme ActivityChapter 10.10 - Prescription Drugs That Inhibit Enzyme ActivityChapter 10.11 - Medical Uses Of EnzymesChapter 10.12 - General Characteristics Of VitaminsChapter 10.13 - Water-soluble Vitamins: Vitamin CChapter 10.14 - Water-soluble Vitamins: The B VitaminsChapter 10.15 - Fat-soluble VitaminsChapter 11 - Nucleic AcidsChapter 11.1 - Types Of Nucleic AcidsChapter 11.2 - Nucleotides: Structural Building Blocks For Nucleic AcidsChapter 11.3 - Nucleotide FormationChapter 11.4 - Primary Nucleic Acid StructureChapter 11.5 - The Dna Double HelixChapter 11.6 - Replication Of Dna MoleculesChapter 11.7 - Overview Of Protein SynthesisChapter 11.8 - Ribonucleic AcidsChapter 11.9 - Transcription: Rna SynthesisChapter 11.10 - The Genetic CodeChapter 11.11 - Anticodons And Trna MoleculesChapter 11.12 - Translatio: Protein SynthesisChapter 11.13 - MutationsChapter 11.14 - Nucleic Acids And VirusesChapter 11.15 - Recombinant Dna And Genetic EngineeringChapter 11.16 - The Polymerase Chain ReactionChapter 12 - Biochemical Energy ProductionChapter 12.1 - MetabolismChapter 12.2 - Metabolism And Cell StructureChapter 12.3 - Important Nucleotide-containing Compounds In Metabolic PathwaysChapter 12.4 - Important Carboxylate Ions In Metabolic PathwaysChapter 12.5 - High-energy Phosphate CompoundsChapter 12.6 - An Overview Of Biochemical Energy ProductionChapter 12.7 - The Citric Acid CycleChapter 12.8 - The Electron Transport ChainChapter 12.9 - Oxidative PhosphorylationChapter 12.10 - Atp Production For The Common Metabolic PathwayChapter 12.11 - Non-etc Oxygen-consuming ReactionsChapter 12.12 - B Vitamins And The Common Metabolic PathwayChapter 13 - Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 13.1 - Digestion And Absorption Of CarbohydratesChapter 13.2 - GlycolysisChapter 13.3 - Fates Of PyruvateChapter 13.4 - Atp Production From The Complete Oxidation Of GlucoseChapter 13.5 - Glycogen Synthesis And DegradationChapter 13.6 - GluconeogenesisChapter 13.7 - Terminology For Glucose Metabolic PathwaysChapter 13.8 - The Pentose Phosphate PathwayChapter 13.9 - Hormonal Control Of Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 13.10 - B Vitamins And Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 14 - Lipid MetabolismChapter 14.1 - Digestion And Absorption Of LipidsChapter 14.2 - Triacylglycerol Storage And MobilizationChapter 14.3 - Glycerol MetabolismChapter 14.4 - Oxidation Of Fatty AcidsChapter 14.5 - Atp Production From Fatty Acid OxidationChapter 14.6 - Ketone Bodies And KetogenesisChapter 14.7 - Biosynthesis Of Fatty Acids: LipogenesisChapter 14.8 - Relationships Between Lipogenesis And Citric Acid Cycle IntermediatesChapter 14.9 - Fate Of Fatty-acid-generated Acetyl CoaChapter 14.10 - Relationships Between Lipid And Carbohydrate MetabolismChapter 14.11 - B Vitamins And Lipid MetabolismChapter 15 - Protein MetabolismChapter 15.1 - Protein Digestion And AbsorptionChapter 15.2 - Amino Acid UtilizationChapter 15.3 - Transamination And Oxidative DeaminationChapter 15.4 - The Urea CycleChapter 15.5 - Amino Acid Carbon SkeletonsChapter 15.6 - Amino Acid BiosynthesisChapter 15.7 - Hemoglobin CatabolismChapter 15.8 - Proteins And The Element SylfurChapter 15.9 - Interrelationships Among Metabolic PathwaysChapter 15.10 - B Vitamins And Protein Metabolism

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            Emphasizing the applications of chemistry and minimizing complicated mathematics, GENERAL, ORGANIC, AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY is written throughout to help students succeed in the course and master the biochemistry content so important to their future careers. The Sixth Edition's clear explanations, visual support, and effective pedagogy combine to make the text ideal for allied health majors. Early chapters focus on fundamental chemical principles while later chapters build on the foundations of these principles. Mathematics is introduced at point-of-use and only as needed.

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