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Lecture 3 - Macromolecules For each of the FOUR types of...

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Macromolecules 1 For each of the FOUR types of  MACROMOLECULES: Identify the monomer Describe the functional groups that are found in the  monomer and their properties Determine how monomers are linked to form polymers Discuss the examples given in class
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Macromolecule Types 2 Proteins Carbohydrates Lipids Nucleic Acids
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What makes up the majority of living tissue? 3 What is this?
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Proteins 4 Amino Acids: 5 parts Amino Carboxyl Central Carbon H R
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Amino Acid Structure 5
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Hydrophobic Amino Acids 6 When surrounded by water, they turn away, pulling the rest of the chain into a different configuration…
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Non-Polar Amino Acids 7
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Polar Amino Acids 8 http://www.russelllab.org/aas/
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Charged Amino Acids 9
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Emergent Properties 10 Essential a.a. that cannot be synthesized in humans…. High-quality (complete) protein sources supply all of these in right proportions May be single source or combo Histidine Isoleucine Lysine Methioninie Phenylalanine Threonine Tryptophan Valine Quinoa
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