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Acids and Bases
What are the four elements that make up protein?
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen. (CHON)
What is the monomer of proteins?
What are 2 of the 3 uses for proteins?
What is a denatured protein?
Protein that changes shape and doesn’t work.
What are the 2 amino acid functional groups?
Nucleotides are combined by what type of bond?
What is an example of a lipid?
What are the functions of lipids?
What is the polymer structure of a lipid?
Triglyceride and Phospholipid
What are the three parts of a nucleotide?
What is the function of Carbs?
Source of energy.
What are the 3 types of carbs?
What is a disaccharide?
Double sugar formed when monosaccharides combine in a dehydration synthesis reaction
What is dehydration synthesis?
Links smaller molecules together to make a larger molecule by removing water
What is hydrolysis?
Reaction that breaks apart larger molecules by adding a water molecule.
What is Adhesion?
When water bonds to something besides water
What is a polar molecule?
An uneven distribution of elections.
What bond forms between water molecules?
Why is ice less dense then water?
Water molecules form crystalline structures.
What is the universal solvent?
What is the pH scale ranged from?
What is the Acid range? Give an example
0-6 and lemon juice
What is the base range? Give an example.
8-14 and bleach
What is neutral and give an example?
7 and water
What environmental factors influence enzyme activity?
Temperature and pH