A team of researchers and education specialists at the University of California, Davis worked together to create this set of resources for students studying biochemistry. These resources help students learn how to use computer models to answer a variety of biochemical questions. The topics covered by the learning modules offered here include acid-base chemistry, Gibbs free energy, enzyme inhibition, hemoglobin, and the Bohr effect. All told, there are ten different modules here, complete with mini-modules that teach students how to work with different graphs and other visualizations. Additionally, the site contains links to other resources in the fields of animal behavior, biomechanics, and neurobiology.
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