IntroBio-03- Biological molecules

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Biological Molecules 1
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Organic chemistry Study of the carbon atom and the compounds it forms 2
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Organic molecules contain both carbon and hydrogen atoms Inorganic molecules all other molecules 3
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Monomer single molecule that can combine with identical or similar molecules to form polymers Polymer chain of many monomers 4
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Carbon’s Bonding Behavior Carbon atom has 4 electrons in its outermost energy shell To be stable, it needs 8 electrons Carbon atom forms 4 covalent bonds with other elements 6
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Carbon bonds with other carbon atoms, forming chains or rings 9
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Methane is the simplest hydrocarbon 10
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Functional Groups Atoms or clusters of atoms that are covalently bonded to carbon backbone Give organic molecules unique properties 11
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Biological molecules I. Carbohydrates II. Lipids III. Proteins IV. Nucleic acids 13
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I. Carbohydrates Function: energy-storage and structural elements Sugars : contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen ( C 6 H 12 O 6 ) 14
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1. Monosaccharides Simple sugars Form ring structures in solution 15
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2. Disaccharides
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