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Unformatted text preview: denature, Eggs d. Gelatinization ordered internal self association- e. Emulsification f. Dough formation g. Color and flavor II. Biological functions of proteins Catalysis, enzymes, chemical reactions Movement muscle Antigens and antibodies Toxins Structure Carriers 1. Proteins are made of amino acids. 2. The amino acids are chemically different and can occur in any order. (ate, eat, tea). 3. The amino acids chemically interact with each other to give the protein its shape and function....
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