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The textbook contains the information about the structure, chemical properties and biological role of organic compounds which take part in human metabolic processes: low-molecular bioregulators (vitamins, hormones, other natural and synthetic biologically active compounds, including certain medications and toxic compounds) and biopolymers (carbohydrates, proteins and nucleic acids).
This textbook is recommended for students and teachers of higher medical education establishments.

Biological and Bioorganic Chemistry: in 2 books. Book 1. Bioorganic Chemistry: textbook / B.S. Zimenkovsky, V.. Muzychenko, I.V. Nizhenkovska, G.. Syrova. 3rd edition
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Preface
Introduction.The Subject, History of Bioorganic Chemistry Development, its Value as a Science

PART . THEORETICAL BASIS OF ORGANIC AND BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY. THE STRUCTURE OF ORGANIC AND BIOORGANIC COMPOUNDS
hapter 1. Classification and Nomenclature of Organic Compounds
1.1. Classification of Organic Compounds
1.1.1. Classification Based on the Carbon Chain Structure
1.1.2. Classification Based on the Nature of the Functional Group
1.2. Nomenclature of Organic Compounds
hapter 2. The Structure of Organic Compounds
2.1. Representation of the Structure of Organic Compounds
2.2. Isomerism of Organic Compounds
2.2.1. Structural Isomerism
2.2.2. Stereoisomerism
hapter 3. Electronic Conceptions in Organic Chemistry
3.1. Chemical Bonds in Bioorganic Molecules
3.1.1. The Structure of Covalent Bonds
3.1.2. haracteristics of Covalent Bonds
3.2. Electronic Effects, the Mutual Effect of Atoms in Molecules
3.2.1. The Inductive Effect
3.2.2. The Mesomeric Effect
3.3. Classification of Chemical Reactions and Reagents. the Mechanism of Chemical Reactions
3.3.1. Classification of Chemical Reactions Based on Their Mechanisms
3.3.2. Classification of Chemical Reactions Based on the Bond Cleavage
3.3.3. The Mechanisms of Chemical Reactions
3.4. The Acid and Base Properties of Organic Compounds
3.4.1. The Theory of Bronsted
3.4.2. The Theory of Lewis

PART I. HYDROCARBONS AND THEIR DERIVATIVES
hapter 4. Acyclic Hydrocarbons
4.1. Alkanes
4.1.1. The Structure, Homology, Nomenclature, and Isomerism
4.1.2. Chemical Properties
4.1.3. Industrial and Biomedical Significance
4.2. Alkenes
4.2.1. The Structure, Nomenclature and Isomerism
4.2.2. Chemical Properties
4.3. Alkynes
4.4. Alkadienes
hapter 5. Carbocyclic Hydrocarbons
5.1. Alicyclic Hydrocarbons
5.1.1. Classification and Nomenclature
5.1.2. Chemical Properties
5.1.3. Biomedical Significance
5.2. Arenes
5.2.1. Classification, Aromaticity
5.2.2. Nomenclature and Isomerism of Mononuclear Arenes
5.2.3. Chemical Properties of Mononuclear Arenes
5.2.4. Polynuclear Arenes
hapter 6. Halogen Derivatives of Hydrocarbons
6.1. Chemical Properties
6.1.1. Reactions of Nucleophilic Substitution
6.1.2. Reactions of Elimination
6.2. Biomedical Significance
hapter 7. Hydroxyl Derivatives of Nydrocarbons. Thiols
7.1. Monoatomic Alcohols
7.1.1. Structure, Nomenclature and Isomerism
7.1.2. Chemical Properties
7.1.3. Individual Representatives
7.2. DI- and Polyatomic Alcohols
7.2.1. Structure, Nomenclature and Isomerism
7.2.2. Chemical Properties
7.2.3. Individual Representatives
7.3. Thiols and Thio Ethers
7.3.1. Structure and Nomenclature
7.3.2. Chemical Properties
7.4. Phenols
7.4.1. Structure, Classification and Nomenclature
7.4.2. Chemical Properties
7.4.3. Medical Application
hapter 8. Amines
8.1. Classification and Nomenclature
8.2. Chemical Properties
8.3. Biological Activity and Toxicity
hapter 9. Biologically Important Carbonyl Compounds
9.1. Structure and Nomenclature
9.2. Chemical Properties
9.2.1. Oxidation and Reduction Reactions
9.2.2. Reactions of Nucleophilic Addition
9.2.3. Reactions of the Addition-Elimination
9.2.4. Condensation Reactions
9.2.5. ?-Carbon Atom Reactions
9.2.6. Polymerization Reactions
9.3. Biomedical Significance
hapter 10. Carboxylic Acids and Their Functional Derivatives
10.1. Aliphatic and Aromatic Monocarboxylic Acids
10.1.1. Nomenclature
10.1.2. Chemical Properties
10.2. Carbonic Acid Derivatives
10.3. Aliphatic and Aromatic Dicarboxylic Acids
10.3.1. Classification and Nomenclature
10.3.2. Chemical Properties
hapter 11. Biologically Important Heterofunctional Compounds
11.1. Hydroxy Derivatives of Amines
11.1.1. Amino Alcohols
11.1.2. Aminophenols
11.2. Hydroxy Acid