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Worksheet 1 - Bild 1 The Cell Fridays 10am Centr 217A TA Xu Yu Zeng [email protected] Office Hours Tapioca Ex 11am Worksheet1 Macromolecules polymers

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Bild 1: The Cell TA: Xu Yu Zeng Office Hours Fridays 10am Centr 217A [email protected] Tapioca Ex 11am Worksheet1: Macromolecules: polymers that are built from monomers via ____________ ___ or _______________ reactions. There are 4 main types of macromolecules in biology: 1. Carbohydrates are made up of _______________ 2. Proteins are made up of ____________________ 3. Lipids are made up of _____________ and _________ 4. Nucleic Acids are made up of _________________ Synthesis of Polymers: Monomers form larger compounds through condensation reaction They require ______________ to form the bond, thus they are ______________ [Ex] Adding amino acids into another one require removal of H 2 O & energy in order to form the peptide bond. Drawings: Polymers can also be broken down by the reverse process called________________ by adding H 2 O. Breaking down polymers releases _____________ and they are ________________. Lipids: There are 3 types of lipids 1. Fats 2. Phospholipids 3. Steroids Fats: They are made up of _______________ and three ______________________. They create 3 condensation reactions to link 3 fatty acids on the glycerol.
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Worksheet 1 - Bild 1 The Cell Fridays 10am Centr 217A TA Xu Yu Zeng [email protected] Office Hours Tapioca Ex 11am Worksheet1 Macromolecules polymers

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