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Biological Molecules Chapter 3
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Importance of Carbon
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Carbon’s Bonding Behavior
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Methane: Simplest Organic Compound H H H H C
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Most Biological Molecules are Carbon Based
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Humans and Global Warming
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Organic Compounds - - - -
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Bonding Arrangements
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Hemoglobin Molecular Models
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Functional Groups
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Examples of Functional Groups
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How Are Organic Molecules Synthesized?
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Organic molecules in ALL living orgs share two similarities 1. 2. -
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Types of Reactions
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Condensation Reactions
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Condensation enzyme action at functional groups enzyme action at functional groups
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Hydrolysis
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enzyme action at functional groups Hydrolysis
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Carbohydrates
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Monosaccharides Structure of glucose
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Disaccharides + H 2 O
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Polysaccharides Starch chain
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Cellulose & Starch cellulose * * * * amylose (a starch) * * * * *
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Glycogen
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Chitin
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Lipids
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Fatty Acids linolenic acid stearic acid oleic acid
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course BIOL 1001 taught by Professor Minor during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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