Chapter 5 macromolecules

Chapter 5 macromolecules - c. functions 3. Steroids (Fig....

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Chapter 5: The structure and function of macromolecules I. Introduction (Fig. 5.2) II. Biological molecules A. Carbohydrates 1. Monosaccharides (Fig. 5.3, 5.4) a. structure b. function 2. Disaccharides (Fig.5.5) a. examples b. glycosidic linkages c. functions 3. Polysaccharides (Fig. 5.6, 5.7, 5.8) a. examples b. functions/structures 1) starch 2) glycogen 3) cellulose 4) chitin B. Lipids 1. Fats (Fig. 5.11) a. structure b. functions 2. Phospholipids (Fig. 5.13) a. structure b. amphipathic properties
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Unformatted text preview: c. functions 3. Steroids (Fig. 5.15) a. structure b. functions C. Proteins 1. Amino acids (Fig. 5.17) 2. Peptide bonds (Fig. 5.18) 3. Protein structure a. primary sequence of amino acids b. secondary structure c. tertiary structure d. quaternary structure 4. Functions (Table 5.1) 5. Example: mad cow disease (see Scientific American article ) 6. Chaperonins D. Nucleic acids (Fig. 5.26) 1. Structure of nucleic acids 2. Bonding 3. Examples 4. Functions...
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