Presentation on theme: "Organic Chemistry Carbon Oxygen Hydrogen"— Presentation transcript:
1 Organic Chemistry Carbon Oxygen Hydrogen Most organic molecules are made up of 3 types of atoms:CarbonOxygenHydrogen
2 ***Macromolecules*** Carbon Chemistry***Macromolecules***Carbon can form single, double, and triple bonds.Carbon has four places it needs to bond.Double bondSingle bondTriple bond
3 Carbon can form isomers. Isomers are molecules that have the same chemical formula but different shapes.Example: glucose and fructose both have chemical formulas of C6 H12 O6 BUT their shapes are different!Silly analogy of understanding…isomers are like Eggs! Eggs can be scrambled, fried, or hard boiled so even though they are made up of the same substance (the egg = C, H, and O) they will have a different physical appearance (texture, appearance, etc. in other words, properties).
5 Glucose Fructose Fructose has a basic shape of a pentagon. Glucose has a basic shape of a hexagon.
6 Macromolecules are important to the STRUCTURE AND PROCESSING of cells Four Principle macromoleculesCarbohydratesLipidsProteins4. Nucleic Acids
7 Carbon Oxygen Hydrogen Things these 4 macromolecules have in common: All are organic molecules…….that have Carbon atoms as the basis of the molecule….that contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms…that are made by chemically bonding smaller molecules called Subunits (building blocks) togetherHydrogenOxygen
8 C6 H12 O6 We will use glucose most often. CARBOHYDRATES Carbohydrates store energy and provide support.The BUILDING BLOCKs of carbohydrates are monosaccharides.There are different types of monosaccharides. Here are 3:glucosefructosegalactose (another isomer of glucose)We will use glucose most often.The shape of the glucose molecule is:a hexagon HOHThe chemical formula is:C6 H12 O6
9 Energy stored in the bonds within glucose! Glucose is produced in plants by the process of photosynthesis.Glucose stores energy from the sun in chemical bonds, between atoms within the molecule.(We will find that whenever bonds are broken, it uses energy and when new bonds are formed, it releases energy!!! )Energy stored in the bonds within glucose!
10 Glycogen Starch Cellulose Simple sugars (monosaccharides) link together with covalent bonds to make bigger molecules called polysaccharides.*There are 3 types of Glucose chains.GlycogenStarchCellulose
11 Glucose chains 1. Starch - found in plants - long term glucose storage for plants- digestible by humans (source of calories for us)Glucosechains
12 Glucose branches 2. Glycogen - found in animals - short term glucose storage in animals-digestible by humansGlucosebranches
13 Glucose jail cell bars (honeycomb) 3. Cellulose - found in plants - used by plants for structural support- not digestible by humans = FiberGlucosejail cell bars(honeycomb)
14 So,A one sugar molecule is a monosaccharide Ex: glucoseA two sugar molecule is a disaccharide. Ex: sucroseA “MANY” sugar molecule is a polysaccharide. The prefix “poly” means many. Ex: starch, glycogen, and cellulose
15 A flamingo covered with oil. LIPIDSLipids store energy and are a component of cell membranes.Lipids do not dissolve in water. They are non polar = hydrophobic.Remember, polar dissolves in polar. So, non polar dissolves in non polar.A flamingo covered with oil.
16 Lipid’s Structure:Hydrogen-Carbon chains linked to a “backbone” molecule called glycerin.Lipids are composed of the same elements as carbohydrates (C, H, O) BUT they have many many many more C-H bonds.Example: Beef fat C57H110O6
17 The building blocks (subunit) of a lipid are The building blocks (subunit) of a lipid are fatty acids with a glycerol backbone.
18 A special kind of lipid - called a phospholipid, is a major component of your cell membrane. Note: this lipid unlike the food-type lipid, has only 2 Fatty Acid tails.
20 Cholesterol Testosterone Other common lipids besides food lipids are waxes and steroids.CholesterolTestosterone
21 Proteins - Important for cell structure and cellular activities. -Proteins are long, twisted chains of amino acids.-Contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen atoms-Major cellular functions:* Structure of cells and tissues* Enzymes: control chemical reactions of the cell* Identification by immune system
22 - There are 20 different kinds of amino acids Subunit:Amino AcidsActual amino acid looks like…..- There are 20 different kinds of amino acidsThe R stands for an H or an organic group, such as CH3, CH2CH3, etc.
23 - One long straight chain of amino acids is called a polypeptide - One or more twisted polypeptides is a protein.
24 Nucleic Acids - Contain cell’s genetic information - Long chains of subunit called a nucleotideA Nucleotide is made of:Phosphate Group5C Sugar (deoxyribose in DNA)N-Containing BaseBases in DNA are: adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine
25 Two types of Nucleic Acids DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid)- Carries the code for making proteinsRNA (Ribonucleic Acid)- Important in the process of making proteins
26 The Cells Fuel - The ATP Molecule - ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate)* Formed during cellular respiration* Stores energy released from carbohydrates and fats** Attaches a phosphate to store energy (3 phosphates)** Releases a phosphate to release energy (2 phosphates)** Cell uses the energy from the ATP molecule to run chemical processes of the cell.
27 Molecule storing energy- ATP Molecule Model:Molecule storing energy-PMolecule not storing energy-PPOHH
28 Both are a source of stored energy (stored in the bonds). Processing:How is the structure of the ATP molecule similar to the Nucleotide subunit?They both have three basic parts, when comparing a Nucleic Acid subunit and an ATP molecule: phosphate (or 2 or 3), a sugar, and a N-containing base.How is the function of ATP similar to Glucose?Both are a source of stored energy (stored in the bonds).