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FUNCTIONAL GROUPS & MACROMOLECULES WORKSHEET

2 4. Distinguish between the 4 major classes of macromolecules. General Formula Example Basic Building Block Functions 1.

Interactions between macromolecules and ions: the ...

Interactions between macromolecules and ions: the Hofmeisterseries Yanjie Zhangand Paul SCremer The Hofmeister series, first noted in 1888, ranks the relative influence of ions on the physical behavior of a wide variety of aqueous processes ranging from colloidal assembly to protein folding.

Topic 2 : Biochemistry – 2b. Macromolecules in Butter

Topic 2 : Biochemistry – 2b. Macromolecules in Butter Resources: Chu, M. Clarified Butter, Cooking for Engineers. [Internet]. 25 Aug. 2005.

Name the macromolecule!

Biological Macromolecules Biological macromolecules are defined as large molecules made up of smaller organic molecules. There are four classes of macromolecules: ...

Physical Properties of Macromolecules

Table of Contents Physical Properties of Macromolecules 1 Physical Properties of Macromolecules Table of Contents (22) ---pdf files for all chapters were updated on 02/15/2007 Preface (7) Glass Transitions in Amorphous Polymers Basic Concepts (57) Diffusion in Amorphous Polymers Near the Glass ...

Chapter 5: The Structure and Function of Macromolecules

Chapter 5: The Structure and Function of Macromolecules Chapter Quiz 1. What are the four main classes of large biological molecules? a) Proteins, water, lipids, and nucleic acids b) Amino acids, carbohydrates, steroid, and nucleic acids c) Proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids d ...

Macro-Molecules Lab

Macromolecules Lab Macromolecules Lab. Name:_____ Macro-Molecules Lab Procedure: There are two parts to this lab. Part 1: During this part of the procedure you will learn how to perform four different tests used to identify the presence of proteins, starch ...

Cell Macromolecules

Cell Macromolecules Jeremy Griggs, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK Dennis Bray, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK Macromolecules: nucleic acids, proteins and polysaccharides, form the molecular basis of all living organisms.

Macromolecules in the Biological System

African Virtual University * I. Macromolecules in The biological system by Elias Narciso Matos, Ph.D. II. Prerequisite Courses or Knowledge The student must possess knowledge of the basic contents covered in chemistry curriculum and, in particular topics concerning modules 5, 6, 7, mainly.

Basement Membrane Macromolecules: Insights from Atomic Force ...

Basement Membrane Macromolecules: Insights from Atomic Force Microscopy ChristineH. Chenand Helen G. Hansma 1 Department of Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara, California 93106 Received September 27,1999, and in revised form January 24,2000 The major macromolecules of basement ...