BS111-Lecture 5 - Functions of proteins: Structural support...

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1 Functions of proteins: Structural support Protection Transport Catalysis Defense Regulation Movement Main Themes
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2 Main Themes Lecture four Macromolecular Molecules-proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and nucleic acids. Monomers to polymers (large structures) I Proteins Amino acids to polypeptides (proteins): Primary, secondary, tertiary and quaternary Remember have essential functions II Carbohydrates Monsaccharides to polysaccharides (carboydrates) Proteins
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3 II Carbohydrates Lecture five Note: Carbohydrate is sometimes used as a name of a monosaccharide
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4 Monosaccharides : molecules in which carbon is flanked by hydrogen and hydroxyl groups AND containing key functional groups. (H—C—OH) n
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5 Fig 8.4 Fisher projections monosaccharide Aldoses - polyhydroxy aldehydes
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6 monosaccharide Ketoses - polyhydroxy ketones
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8 Monosaccharides Structural Isomers see page 40 in book
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9 Monosaccharides : simple sugars 3 to 7 carbons Disaccharides : two simple sugars linked by covalent bonds Oligosaccharides : three to 20 monosaccharides
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course BS 111 taught by Professor Patterson during the Spring '05 term at Michigan State University.

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BS111-Lecture 5 - Functions of proteins: Structural support...

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