Ch. 2 Biological molecules and cells Part II

Ch. 2 Biological molecules and cells Part II - Biological...

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Biological molecules
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What types of molecules are in your food? Total fat Cholesterol Sodium Carbohydrates Protein Vitamins/minerals Is there any DNA ?
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How does food relate to your Christian life??
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Think in terms of… Basic structure Function Hydrophobic/hydrophilic Subunits and polymers
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Organisms recycle biological molecules Attaching subunits together to make a polymer (anabolism) Pulling polymers apart to make subunits (catabolism) Why don’t organisms break molecules all the way down into atoms? Where in your body does anabolism happen? Where in your body does catabolism happen?
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Brick analogy
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biological molecules Attaching subunits together to make a polymer (anabolism) Pulling polymers apart to make subunits (catabolism) Why don’t organisms break molecules all the way down into atoms? Where in your body does anabolism happen? Where in your body does catabolism happen?
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