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Unformatted text preview: groups. 4. A condensation reaction is the covalent bonding of two molecules into a larger one; water often forms as a by-product. Hydrolysis is a cleavage reaction that breaks covalent bonds and splits a molecule into two or more parts. 5. In glucose, the chains stretch out side-by-side and hydrogen bond to one another into a tightly bundled pattern that resists being digested. 6. Triglycerides include all of the other items listed. 7. Hemoglobin has two alpha and two beta chains. The beta chains are changed by a mutation, which puts a sticky, water-repelling patch on the beta chains....
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