Structures to know for exam 1

Structures to know for exam 1 - nonpolar 3 Sucrose 4...

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Introduction to Biological Sciences 110A, section 3 Exam 1 Be able to draw the following structures. 1. Amino acid with side chain “R” 2. Two or more amino acids with side chains “R” linked by a peptide bond 3. Glycerol 4. Generic fatty acid 5. Diacylglycerol, triacylglycerol 6. Functional groups: methyl, hydroxyl, carboxyl, amine, carbonyl, sulfhydryl, phosphate 7. A phospholipid if the headgroup is provided Be able to recognize and name the following structures. 1. All 20 amino acid side chains with three-letter and single-letter codes. 2. Know the properties of each amino acid (basic, acidic, polar,
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Unformatted text preview: nonpolar) 3. Sucrose 4. Lactose 5. α-D-glucose (you won’t have to distinguish D and L forms) 6. β-D-glucose (know the difference between α and β ) 7. Know the difference between α and β glycosidicz linkages and major carbohydrate polymers 8. ATP, ADP, AMP 9. Distinguish a saturated versus an unsaturated fatty acid 10. Phosphatidylserine, phosphatidylethanolamine, phosphatidylinositol, sphingosine, sphingomyelin. 11. Cholesterol 12. N-linked oligosaccharide (high-mannose or complex)...
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