Di- and Polysaccharides

Di- and Polysaccharides - 9 Polysaccharides Polymers of...

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1 Carbohydrates Disaccharides Polysaccharides
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2 Important Disaccharides Maltose = Glucose + Glucose Lactose = Glucose + Galactose Sucrose = Glucose + Fructose
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3 Maltose α -1,4-glycosidic bond β - D-Maltose OH OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH OH CH 2 OH O β
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4 Lactose β -1,4-glycosidic bond α -D-Lactose HO OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH OH CH 2 OH O α
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5 Sucrose O CH 2 OH OH OH CH 2 OH o CH 2 OH OH OH OH O α, β -1,2- glycosidic bond
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6 Learning Check C4 Identify the monosaccharides in each of the following: A. lactose (1) glucose (2) fructose (3) galactose B. maltose (1) glucose (2) fructose (3) galactose C. sucrose (1) glucose (2) fructose (3) galactose
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7 Solution C4 A. lactose (1) glucose and (3) galactose B. maltose (1) glucose and (1) glucose C. sucrose (1) glucose and (2) fructose
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8 Polysaccharides Starch Amylose Amylopectin Glycogen Cellulose
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Unformatted text preview: 9 Polysaccharides Polymers of D-Glucose OH OH OH OH CH 2 OH O 10 Amylose Polymer with -1,4 bonds -1,4 bonds O OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH CH 2 OH O O O OH OH CH 2 OH O 11 Amylopectin Polymer with -1,4 and -1,6 bonds branches -1,6 bond -1,4 bonds O OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH CH 2 O O O OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH CH 2 OH O O 12 Cellulose Polymer with -1,4 bonds -1,4 bonds O O OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH CH 2 OH O O OH OH CH 2 OH O 13 Learning Check C5 Identify the polysaccharide in each as: 1) starch 2) glycogen 3) cellulose A. B. C. 14 Solution C5 3) cellulose 1) starch 2) glycogen...
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