2008_Study_Sheet_11 - A structural polysaccharide that is...

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STUDY SHEET 11 Review Read   and understand  today’s notes.  If there is something you don’t understand, ask  another student, check the book or call Ms. Floyd. Learn  the above notes. (One way to learn is to cover the material and say that material out  loud completely and accurately to yourself.) Test  your learning:  Without looking at your notes , answer the following questions.   Check  your answers in your notes afterward. True/False. Write T beside true statements.  Correct the underlined word of false statements. 1. Monosaccharides connect to one another by reactions called hydrolysis . 2.
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Unformatted text preview: A structural polysaccharide that is found in plants is glycogen . 3. Polysaccharides are formed when many monosaccharides connect to each other by osmotic reactions. List. On the back of this sheet, 4. list four polysaccharides AND beside each, indicate it’s general function Short Answer. On the back of this sheet, 5. draw and label the complete picture of the formation of maltose. Preview • Read pages 58-59 in the textbook. • Answer questions #12 and 13 on page 62. • Below, draw palmitic acid and indicate which part is polar and which part is non-polar....
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2010 for the course BIOLOGY honors taught by Professor Floyd during the Spring '09 term at Saint Marys College Indiana.

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