Bio 101 5 carbs

Bio 101 5 carbs - Glycogen : Animal Storage Polysaccharide...

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BIG PICTURE: Carbohydrates (Chpt 5) 1) Sugars and Carbs are highly variable in structure A. Structure relates to function 1) Monosaccharides are monomers that polymerize through condensation reactions to form polysaccaharides. A. Unlike Protein polymers – linkages are different in carbohydrates 1) Diversity of Functions in cells which often relate to to their varying structures.
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Why are CH 2 O and sugars important?
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Fig 5.1 How can monosaccharides vary ? Different location of carbonyl group
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Fig 5.2 Different location of –OH group
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Fig 5.3 In solution : Rings Formed
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How are simple sugars created from monosaccharides?
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Disaccharides Fig 5.4
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glucose sucrose fructose + = glucose + = Lactose galactose
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Polysaccharides
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How are peptide and glycosidic linkages different?
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How are starch and glycogen different?
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Table 5.1 Starch : A Plant Storage Polysaccharide
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Unformatted text preview: Glycogen : Animal Storage Polysaccharide (Highly Branched) What are some different uses of Carbohydrates: 1) 2) 3) Cellulose: Plant Structural Polysaccharide #1) Structural Polysaccharides Chitin: animal structural polysaccharide Peptidoglycan: bacterial structural polysaccharide #2) Cell Identity #3 Energy Storage Equal sharing of electrons : increase stored energy Carbohydrates : Electron stores (gain e-& H + ) Fig 5.6 Fig 5.7 Which has the most free energy per mole of molecule? Glycogen phosphorylase for Glycogen Amylase for Starch Burning of Glucose Glucose 6 O 2 (oxygen) Potential energy decreases 6 CO 2 (carbon dioxide) 6 H 2 O (water) + Energy (ATP) CH 2 O for Energy Storage Peep with Necklace o...
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Bio 101 5 carbs - Glycogen : Animal Storage Polysaccharide...

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