Bio 101 Day 6

Bio 101 Day 6 - Test your understanding answers...

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“Test your understanding” answers (Corrections) 7e 8a 10a 11e 12a 13c 14b Amino Weakly basic; accept an H+ R-N-H2 R-N+-H3 Non-Ionized Ionized Phosphate Weakly acidic; one or two H+ can be released R-O-P=O R-O-P=O -OH -O- -OH -O- Non-Ionized Ionized Phosphates are really good buffers because they are weakly acidic and in any mixture you are going to have unionized, ionized, some released 1 H+, other that released 2 H+ This system has capacity to deal w/ extra, or lacking hydrogen ions. Sulfhydryl Helps stabilize internal structure of proteins R-SH Monomers liked by condensation reactions. Polymers broken down by hydrolysis reactions.
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Monomer + Monomer  Dimer Condensation (Enzyme A) Hydrolysis (Enzyme B) Keep adding monomers polymers Carbohydrates -Approximate ratio -1 carbon: 2 hydrogen: 1 oxygen -Monosaccharides -can be joined together to form dimmers (disaccharides) -Disaccharides -Polysaccharides Aldehyde Sugars (Glucose) vs. Ketone Sugars (Fructose) We know it’s an aldehyde because of the position of the carbonyl group Storage Polysaccharide -Starch
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2010 for the course BIO 01-119-10 taught by Professor D'arville during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.

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