Bio Notes for first section

Bio Notes for first section - Nucleus-DNA( (genetics, gene...

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Nucleus-DNA( (genetics, gene expression) Mitochondria- Carbohydrates: Cellular Energy Membrane- Lipids: boundary, regulation Endoplasmic Reticulum- Proteins Eukaryotic cells: Macromolecules Lipids: Serve as a barrier, from compartments Carbohydrates: sources of energy and structure Proteins: Metabolism and structure Nucleic acids: genetic information Lipids form through dehyrdration synthesis by combining with carbohydrates and yielding water Saturated vs. Unsaturated Saturated-every carbon has 2 hydrogens on all carbons Unsaturated, some form double bonds with carbons and have only one hydrogen bond at points Saturated fat has a lot more energy in it than unsaturated because it’s a lot easier to break down the more kinky molecules Cells are made of phospholipids, regular lipid but only two tails and third is phosphate that is attracted to water. We are held together by hydro forces No bond between top and bottom of membrane Vitamin A and D are both lipids Vitamin D is also a form of cholesterol Testosterone form of cholesterol
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