CHEM 160 Introductory Biochemistry
Description: The basic principles of the chemistry of biochemical reactions and biochemical molecules are studied. This course is intended for majors in nutrition economics, nursing and allied health professions or academic majors in the chemical or life sciences. Topics include acid/base chemistry, thermodynamics, cell biology, amino acids and proteins, enzymes, lipids, membranes and transport, carbohydrates, metabolism, nucleic acids and information transfer.
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This course can help you earn the following degree(s) or certificate(s):
- Chemistry Technician - Associate in Science
- Chemistry Technician - Certificate of Achievement
- Emphasis in Science Studies: Physical Sciences - Kinesiology and Nutrition - Associate in Arts