Biochemistry is the study of chemical processes in living organisms. Topics in biochemistry include biochemical processes including metabolism, respiration, and photosynthesis, as well as identification of the structure and function of biochemical compounds like carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins. Biochemistry involves studying the components of life at the molecular level.
Biochemistry in the Classroom
Biochemistry is taught at a variety of educational levels. Students generally encounter concepts of biochemistry in the middle school grades in general science classes, again in high school biology and chemistry classes, and again if a student pursues any type of life science degree in college.
Parliament's Biochemistry Tutoring Program equips students with...
- An understanding of what biochemistry is and why it is important.
- The skills necessary to learn the major biochemical life processes as well as the cellular components that are the building blocks of life.
- Effective study skills which can be translated into use for other disciplines.
- Our biochemistry tutors will introduce students to all the relevant fundamentals as well as important concepts to master these sections.