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BIOLOGY 1001 Monday, January 28, 2008 Lecture 5 Organic Molecules: 1.) Use the same functional groups. 2.) Formed by the modular approach. Stick subunits together like cars in a train. Pg. 39 Which statement best summarizes the relationship between dehydration reactions and hydrolysis? Answer: Dehydration reactions assemble polymers and hydrolysis breaks them down. Carbohydrates Compostition: (CH 2 O) n e.g.; glucose C 6 H 12 O 6 Function: Figure 3-1, pg. 40 Monosaccharide 1 Sugar Immediate E (energy) Disaccharide 2 Sugars Short Term E storage, transport Polysaccharides Many Sugars Long-Term E Storage
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Structural Pg. 40-42 Structered Polysaccharides Cellulose Figure 3-4 pg. 42 Structure Polysaccharides Chitin N-Containing fxnal groups. Figure 3-4 pg. 43 Lipids Types: Phospholipids – membranes Characteristics:
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