CHAPTER 5 - CHAPTER 5 What is a polymer What is a monomer...

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CHAPTER 5 What is a polymer? What is a monomer? What is dehydration synthesis? What is hydrolysis? WHAT IS THE DEFINITION OF A BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULE? WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF CARBOHYDRATES? OF LIPIDS? OF PROTEINS? OF NUCLEIC ACIDS? Be able to recognize and understand the properties of all monomers used to build biological macromolecules. Know the general chemical structure of an amino acid. What is an R group, and why is it important? What are peptide bonds, glycosidic bonds? Be able to recognize these bonds when you see them. What are the four levels of structural organization in proteins? What does each level mean? What could a change in protein structure at any of these levels lead to, concerning protein activity? How do purines and pyrimidines base pair in DNA and RNA? What are the names of the purines? What are the names of the pyrimidines? How does DNA replicate? Why are complementary bases important? What type of lipid is important in cell membranes? CHAPTER 6 Know the major differences between prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Know and understand all components and organelles of plant and animal cells. Know the major differences between plant and animal cells. Be able to trace the movement of membrane as it travels through the eukaryotic cell. In addition, you are responsible for all specialized biological vocabulary not mentioned in
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