Macromolecules. Ch 3.3-3.20. In- Macromolecules . Today we will begin discussing the four classes of macromolecules: Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids. Give two to three examples of each type of macromolecule. Functional Groups.
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Today we will begin discussing the four classes of macromolecules: Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids.
Give two to three examples of each type of macromolecule.
How are each of the polysaccharides made?
How are they broken down?
Construct a table that summarizes the information we have discussed about carbohydrates. Remember to include names of monomers, polymers, uses, types, where they are found, shape, etc
Fats are lipids.
What is the difference between saturated and unsaturated fat in physical appearance and molecular structure?
Give examples of each type of fat.
Lipid model construction
-amino acid sequence
-changes in primary structure affect overall structure
-Overall shape of the polypeptide
-results from the clustering of hyrophobic/hydrophilic R groups as well as ionic and hydrogen bonding between R groups.
- Mostly hydrogen bonds
Construct an information chart for the information we have learned on proteins and Nucleic Acids.