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Biochemistry is the study of chemical reactions that take place within living beings, and particularly in cells. The complexity of biological chemical processes is controlled through cellular signaling and energy transfers during metabolism. Over the past half century, biochemistry has managed to account for a considerable number of biological processes, to the point that virtually all fields of biology, from botany to medicine, are today engaged in research. biochemical, even biotechnological.

The main goal of biochemistry nowadays is to understand, by integrating data obtained at the molecular level, how biomolecules and their interactions generate the structures and biological processes observed in cells, paving the way for the understanding of organisms in their whole.
In this context, supramolecular chemistry is interested in molecular complexes such as organelles, which constitute a level of organization of living matter intermediate between molecules and cells.


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Biochemistry is particularly interested in the structures, functions and interactions of biological macromolecules such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids, which constitute cellular structures and carry out many biological functions. Cellular chemistry also depends on smaller molecules and ions. The latter can be inorganic, for example the hydronium ion H3O+, the hydroxyl OH− or metal cations, or organic, such as the amino acids which constitute proteins.

These chemical species are essentially made up of hydrogen, carbon, oxygen and nitrogen; lipids and nucleic acids additionally contain phosphorus, while proteins contain sulfur and ions and some cofactors consist of or include trace elements such as iron, cobalt, copper, zinc, molybdenum, l iodine, bromine and selenium.
The results of biochemistry find applications in many fields such as medicine, dietetics and agriculture; in medicine, biochemists study the causes of diseases and treatments likely to cure them; nutritionists use the results of biochemistry to design healthy diets while understanding biochemical mechanisms allows us to understand the effects of dietary deficiencies; applied to agronomy, biochemistry makes it possible to design fertilizers adapted to different types of crops and soils as well as to optimize crop yield, crop storage and the elimination of parasites.


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