Oined rxns 3 starch glycogen dextran and glycogen

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Unformatted text preview: tens or 2. tens hundreds of monosaccharides monosaccharides jjoined by condensation rxns. oined rxns 3. Starch, glycogen, dextran, and glycogen dextran and cellulose cellulose – All polymers of glucose that are All covalently bonded differently. covalently 4. Chitin iis a polymer of two sugars s repeating many times. repeating 2. Lipids • Are the primary components of cell Are membranes. membranes. • Consist of C, H, and O. • Are nonpolar and insoluble in water. Are nonpolar and insoluble – “Hydrophobic” 9 2/1/2010 a.) Simple lipids • = fats or fats or triglycerides triglycerides – contain contain glycerol and fatty acids; formed by dehydration synthesis. synthesis • Unsaturated Unsaturated fats fats – have one or more double bonds in the fatty fatty acids. acids. Figure 2.9c b.) Complex lipids • Contain C, H, & O,...
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