Best posts about this topicLoading . . .
In Organic Chemistry, if you have taken it or will, you'll notice very soon how important that percent and amount yield is. You want the highest amount of product you can produce. When you finally make it to Biochemistry, and depending if you choose to take it, you will notice that this practice takes a back seat to just the one major question "Does it work?". In Biochemistry and Biological Chemistry you stop looking for yield and start looking for active results on a biological system. Many Professors and researcher's I have worked with have all found that to be an interesting and true piece of information, that you will usually see at any school or lab.
Contributed by Stephen Shay