Chapter 3 Part I

Chapter 3 Part I - 5. Carbohydrates are found in three...

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Chapter 3 : Biological Molecules 1. Organic compounds all include which element that bonds to itself to form a skeleton to which other elements bond? In organic compounds, what kind of bond forms between this and other elements? 2. There are two reactions that build and break down molecules, what are they? What chemical substance is common to both? 3. What are the four classes of biological molecules presented in class? What molecule is the source of cellular energy? 4. Which elements, and in what ratio, make up carbohydrate molecules?
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Carbohydrates are found in three forms; what are they? What is the function of carbohydrates in plants and animals? How do plants and animals store the most complex forms of carbohydrates? Are carbohydrates considered to be hydrophilic or hydrophobic? Chapter 3 Terms to Know: carbohydrates cellulose dehydration reaction disaccharides glycogen hydrocarbons hydrolysis hydrophilic hydrophobic lipids macromolecules monomers monosaccharides organic compounds polymers polysaccharides starch...
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This note was uploaded on 07/05/2011 for the course BISC 102 taught by Professor Thibeault during the Spring '08 term at Ole Miss.

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