BIOL-1003-1103-Week-2 (1)

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Jillian Rohonczy [email protected] BIOL 1003/1103 2 4 th Floor MacOdrum Library Wednesday 2:30pm 3:30pm 1. Introduction (5 minutes) 2. Matching (5 minutes) Match the names of the functional groups given in the “word bank” to the correct image. Word Bank: Hydroxyl Carbonyl Phosphate Sulfhydryl Carboxyl Methyl Amino __________________ __________________ __________________ _______________ ______________ _______________ ______________
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Jillian Rohonczy [email protected] BIOL 1003/1103 2 4 th Floor MacOdrum Library Wednesday 2:30pm 3:30pm 3. Building Macromolecules (10 Minutes) 4. Macromolecule Matrices (10 minutes) Fill in the missing information of the following matrices: Polymer Monomer Carbohydrates Monosaccharides (Simple Sugars) Proteins Nucleic Acids DNA, RNA Final Molecule Components Lipids Triacylglycerol - Glycerol phosphate derivative - N/A 5. Amino Acid Attack (10 minutes) 6. Tic-Tac-Toe (15 minutes) Students will be split into two groups, one group will be Xs and the other Os. In order to put an X or O on the grid, students must correctly answer a question.
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Jillian Rohonczy [email protected] BIOL 1003/1103
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