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DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Vocabulary Review Biochemistry Quiz II
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Monosaccharide A simple sugar; one sugar molecule
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Carbon Carbon has 4 valance electrons so it can form four covalent bonds.
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Lactose Disaccharide found in milk Glucose + galactose
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Fructose Very sweet monosaccharide that is found in friuts
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Isomer Molecules with the same molecular formula but different structural formulas.
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Galactose Monosaccharide found in milk
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Starch Polysaccharide produced by plants to store energy.
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Hydrolysis The process used to break large biomolecules (polymers) apart.
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Cellulose Polysaccharide produced by plants that is used to build its cell wall.
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Monomers Monomers are the small molecules that are used to construct larger molecules (polymers).
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Disaccharide Two simple sugars (monosaccharides) are joined together to form a Disaccharide.
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Sucrose Disaccharide found in sugarcane. Glucose + fructose
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Glucose Monosaccharide used by animals to make energy in a process called cellular respiration.
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Glycogen Glycogen is a polysaccharide produced in animals to store energy.
DuBois Biology Department Mr. Scott Dehydration Synthesis Dehydration synthesis is the process where water is removed to join two monomers together.
ORGANIC COMPOUNDS Molecules formed from different combinations of carbon and hydrogen atoms May also contain atoms of one or more of the following:
Carbodydrates Monosaccharides, Disaccharides and Polysaccharides.
CARBOHYDRATE REVIEW. A carbohydrate is: A. An organic compound B. A Biomolecule C. An Inorganic compound D. Ionic compound E. Both a and B.
Organic Compounds & Carbohydrates. Organic Molecules All contain at least one carbon atom Carbon forms four covalent bonds Likes to bond with hydrogen,
1. What is the difference between organic and inorganic molecules?
compounds that contain carbon are called______________ Organic.
AP Biology Macromolecules. AP Biology Macromolecules Smaller organic molecules join together to form larger molecules Macromolecules 4 major classes.
BIOLOGICALLY IMPORTANT MOLECULES - Carbohydrates.
Thursday, October 30th , 2014 – Day 2
Biologically Important Molecules. There are four biologically important groups of molecules found in living organisms. They are: Carbohydrate.
Lets Carb Up!!!. Carbohydrates - Composition Made of… (Hint: look at the name) – Carbon – Hydrogen – Oxygen.
Carbohydrates Pg Objective: I can identify and classify several different types of carbohydrates based on their molecular structures.
Warm-up: What is organic? Please put this in your notes. CO 2 Water C 2 H 6 C 6 H 12 O 6 Oxygen gas Oak Tree Nitrates in soil.
1 Carbohydrates Carbohydrates include: Small sugar molecules in soft drinks Long starch molecules in pasta and potatoes Copyright Cmassengale.
Quick energy!!. What elements are carbs composed of? 1. Carbon (C) 2. Hydrogen (H) 3. Oxygen(O) In a ratio of – C : H : O 1 : 2 : 1 Example: Glucose C.
ACTIVITY #7: CARBOHYDRATES. Carbohydrates Monosaccharides Dimer Sucrose Lactose Disaccharides Simple sugars Polysaccharides Cellulose.
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