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Unformatted text preview: -Know what an isomer is and which biochemical reaction it results from (this will be helpful when you start to cover sugars)-Know what the 4 classes of biomolecules are. Sample Questions 1. Molecules with a single carbon that is bonded to 4 different substituents can adopt two different ___________________, which are called _________________, because they are not superimposable. 2. In the diagram below, the structure A is an example of a _________________ and structure B is an example of a _________________. A. O B. O H 3 C – C – OH H 3 C – C –H Biology 310 Worksheet 3. The two molecules at the right are a. Diastereomers b. Configurational isomers c. Epimers d. Enantiomers e. Conformational isomers 4. Which of the above two molecules is more stable? a. The molecule on the left b. The molecule on the right c. Both are equally stable 5. Which of the following elements cannot make the same number of bonds as carbon? a. Si b. N c. O d. P...
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2010 for the course MCDB 310 taught by Professor Walter during the Fall '09 term at University of Michigan.
- Fall '09