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Objectives & Announcements for Wednesday, January 23 Objectives: Continue Macromolecules & Monomers Finish Carbohydrates Begin Proteins Amino Acid Structure and Properties Announcements: “Tips for Success” meeting will be TONIGHT 7:00 PM, Greg Hall room 112 LON-CAPA Weekly Review Assignment 1 is due Friday at 5:00 PM Web Crossing active by the end of the day No further content-related emails answered
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Polysaccharides serve as chemical sources of energy or structural compounds Cellulose Starch Glycogen Cellulose the most abundant carbon-containing (i.e. organic) compound on the face of the Earth found in plant cell walls linear, unbranched polymer of glucose monomers covalently linked by β -1,4 glycosidic linkages linear polymers (fibrils) held together by hydrogen bonding with neighboring fibrils
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Cellulose:
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Starch found chiefly in seeds, fruits, tubers, roots and stems of plants; energy storage
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