Biochemistry is the area of chemistry that describes and studies life in terms of molecular level. Biochemistry can be divided into three principal areas; 1) the structures of the chemical components of living matter, 2) the reactions (metabolism) occurring in living matter, and 3) molecular genetics. The links below provide syllabi and information about the various biochemistry courses at University of Mary Washington.
- Biochemistry I (CHEM 317) Syllabus CHEM 317 Dr. Reif Fall 2016
- Biochemistry I Laboratory (CHEM 319) Syllabus CHEM 319 Dr. Reif Fall 2016 and CHEM 319 Syllabus Dr. Reif Spring 2016
- Biochemistry II (CHEM 318) Syllabus for CHEM 318 Dr. Slunt Spring 2016
- Biochemistry II Laboratory (CHEM 320) Syllabus for CHEM 320 for Dr. Slunt Spring 2016