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ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE. P. 8!! and P.16 !! ASSIGNMENT 1 : Organic compounds P.16 - 19 15 FEB 2012 Written report assessed! PLAGIARISM DECLARATION P. 9!! Always hand in with assignments!!. UNIT 1: ORGANIC COMPOUNDS P. 37(TEXTBOOK). CARBOHYDRATES LIPIDS PROTEINS.

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assessment schedule
ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE
  • P. 8!! and P.16!!
  • ASSIGNMENT 1: Organic compounds P.16 - 19
    • 15 FEB 2012
    • Written report assessed!
    • PLAGIARISM DECLARATION P. 9!!
      • Always hand in with assignments!!
properties of organic compounds
PROPERTIES OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
  • Always contain carbon and hydrogen
  • Living organisms
  • Covalent bonds
  • Large molecules
biologically important functional groups
BIOLOGICALLY IMPORTANT FUNCTIONAL GROUPS

What is a functional group?

biol important functional groups and the compounds they form
BIOL. IMPORTANT FUNCTIONAL GROUPS AND THE COMPOUNDS THEY FORM
  • HYDROXYL - Alcohol
  • CARBONYL – Aldehyde and ketones
  • CARBOXYL – Carboxylic acid
  • AMINO - Amine
  • SULFHYDRYL - Thiol
  • PHOSPHATE – Organic phospates
properties of carbohydrates
PROPERTIES OF CARBOHYDRATES
  • C : H : O – 1 : 2 : 1
  • MonomeresMonosaccharides (single sugars) – 1
  • Disaccharides – (double sugars) - 2
  • Polysaccharides – (chains of sugars)-many
monosaccharides
Monosaccharides
  • E.g. Glucose, Fructose and Galactose
  • What is an Isomers?
  • Function of monosaccharides?
glucose
GLUCOSE
  • Hexose sugar – 6 C atoms
  • C6H12O6
  • Structure:
pentose sugars
PENTOSE SUGARS
  • 5 C – atoms
  • E.g. deoxyribose sugar and ribose suger
  • Part of RNA and DNA
examples of disaccharides
EXAMPLES OF DISACCHARIDES
  • Maltose = ? + ?
    • FUNCTION : Maltose ?
  • Sucrose = ? + ?
    • FUNCTION: Sucrose
  • Lactose = ? + ?
    • FUNCTION: Lactose
polysaccharides
POLYSACCHARIDES
  • Large consist of several monosaccharides
polysaccharides1
POLYSACCHARIDES
  • Starch
  • Glycogen
  • Cellulose
  • Chitin
next lecture
NEXT LECTURE
  • FRIDAY – OFFICIAL UJ WELCOMING
    • NO LECTURES!!!!
  • MONDAY – 7 FEBRUARY 2011
    • 11H50 – 13H35
    • D les 306
    • UNIT 1 Continues with:
      • LIPIDS AND PROTEINS P. 44