Disc%203 - Sucralose What do these two molecules have in...

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Sucralose What do these two molecules have in mmon? common? Please pass in course guide WS 2 and pick up last weeks activity sheet
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1. Collect Homework 2 2. Review Quiz 2 3. Discuss last week’s activity worksheet: Bonds, Polarity, and Molarity, Oh My! 4. Complete Biological Molecule activity 5. Quiz 3
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Directions h Form into groups of 5 h 3 individuals will examine 1 food item (either a cheese stick, raisin, or cashew) and answer the relevant questions on the back h 1 individual will answer the questions relating to nucleic acids h 1 individual will provide general assistance and make sure the group completes the assignment
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1. What functional groups are common to carbohydrates? 2. What is the common formula for all carbohydrates? 3. What type of bond is formed between two monosacharides? 4. What type of reaction creates this bond? What type breaks it? List the products and reactants. Carbohydrates
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2. Are lipids generally polar or non-polar? Why?
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2010 for the course BIO 311C taught by Professor Sathasivan during the Fall '10 term at Austin Community College.

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