Glucose t fructose sucrose Water Dk two saccharide sugar Amino acid I Amino

Glucose t fructose sucrose water dk two saccharide

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Glucose t fructose sucrose & Water Dk two saccharide - sugar Amino acid # I Amino acid # 2 Dipeptide & H2O H2O SEE MODEL 2 The water is removed from molecules - DEHYDRATION Small molecules put together to form large ones - synthesis Add H2O - Turn arrow in opposite direction . HYDRA - water Hydrolysis split big molecules into smaller ( digestion )
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5 Extension Questions 23. Metabolism is the collective term used to describe all the chemical reactions taking place inside living organisms. Why is water so important for metabolic reactions? 24. We store excess food in our body either in the form of carbohydrates (in muscles and the liver) or as fat (adipose tissue). When our body needs additional energy it uses the carbohydrate source first as a source of “quick” energy, then the fat. Why do you think carbohydrates are used as a source of quick energy rather than fat? Use complete sentences and scientific terminology in your response. 25. Look at the two types of fatty acids below, saturated and unsaturated. What is the difference between the two? 26. Saturated fats are solid fats, like the animal fats lard and butter, whereas unsaturated fats are more fluid and form oils, such as vegetable oil. Trans fats are plant oils that are artificially solidified to make them suitable for baking purposes. In recent years trans fats have been associated with negative health issues and are not as widely used. Explain in simple molecular terms what would have to be done to a plant oil to transform it to a trans fat.
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  • Fall '18
  • Allison Davidson
  • Nutrition, Carboxylic acid

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