Course Descriptions

BIOL 60000 Bioenergetics

Session Offered:

Fall Credit 2.0

Prerequisites:

BCHM 56100 and 56200 and CHM 37300, or equivalents, or consent of instructor.

Description:

Energy transduction in biological membranes: physical chemical foundations; electron-proton transfer; active transport. Atomic structures of integral membrane protein complexes responsible for respiratory, photosynthetic generation of electrochemical potential; ATPase motor; structure-based mechanisms. Mitochondria-related diseases. Experimental, particularly spectroscopic, methods.

Instructor(s):

William A. Cramer


E-mail:
waclab@purdue.edu

Textbook(s):

-No textbook required for this course-

Course Format:


CRN

Instructional Type

Day

Time

Room(s)

 

10708

 

Lecture 

 

TTH

 

9:30-10:20 


HOCK 230

 



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