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2.Proteins are built from long chains of amino acids.3.Dipeptide: a chain of 2 amino acids4.Tripeptide: a chain of 3 amino acids5.Polypeptide: a chain of between 15 and 100 amino acids6.Protein: a chain of more than 100 amino acids8.Name the monosaccharides and disaccharides
9.Define enzymes – Globular proteins that act as a biological catalyst. 10. What is the most important and most abundant inorganic compound in the body?11. Describe the functions of water within the body (see handout)12. Differentiate between:
13. Describe fibrous proteins and globular proteins14. List the DNA bases and how they match up15. List the RNA basesa.RNA contains uracil in place of thymine.16. What is ATP? 3.ATP is a composed of:
4.Most ATP is synthesized in the mitochondria in a series of reactions called ‘cellular respiration’. This process will be discussed in the metabolism chapter.c.3 phosphate groupsd.