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Organic Chemistry CLD 10302 Due date: 24/5/07 TUTORIAL 9 – INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMISTRY (ASSIGNMENT 3) 9.1 Carbohydrate 1. Define carbohydrates in terms of the functional groups present. 2. State THREE (3) classes of carbohydrates. Give the example for each type. 3. What is the major source of sucrose, maltose and lactose? 4. Write chemical equations for the hydrolysis of following disaccharides: i. Sucrose ii. Maltose iii. Lactose 9.2 Lipids 1. Draw a simplified diagram of a fatty acid. Label the polar and nonpolar portions of
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Unformatted text preview: the molecule. 2. Write the TWO (2) main types of simple lipids. 3. What are the differences between a saturated and an unsaturated fatty acid? 4. How are fats and oils structurally similar? How are they different? 9.3 Proteins 1. Define; i. Simple protein ii. Conjugated protein iii. Peptide bond 2. List the elements that usually contained in protein. 3. Name FOUR (4) structures of proteins. 4. List 20 amino acids that normally present in proteins....
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