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Unformatted text preview: Glycine b.ii.2.c.ix. Proline b.ii.2.c.x. Serine b.ii.2.c.xi. tyrosine b.ii.3. Complete vs. incomplete protein b.ii.3.a. Complete protein b.ii.3.a.i. Has all essential AA b.ii.3.a.ii. Examples: b.ii.3.a.ii.1. Animal b.ii.3.a.ii.2. Egg white b.ii.3.a.ii.3. Milk b.ii.3.a.ii.4. Fish/canned fish b.ii.3.b. Incomplete b.ii.3.b.i. Found in plants b.ii.3.b.ii. Vegans are able to combine legumes, nuts and seeds and whole grain together in the same meal to create a complete protein! 2. Function(s) a. Forms enzyme(s) aka catalyst b. Forms majority hormones, some are sterol c. Forms antibodies d. Forms connective tissue and contractive tissue(skeletal/voluntary muscle) e. Form pigments vital for survival e.i. Myoglobin provides passageway for oxygen to get to organ f. Provides energy f.i. Proteins burn a dirty fuel...
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