CARBOHYDRATES, LIPIDS, AND PROTEINS (handout) Carbohydrates: Combinations of carbon (C), hydrogen (H), and oxygen (O) usually in the ratio of 1:2:1 (for example: glucose is C 6 H 12 O 6) It‟s as if water (H 2 0) has been added around a backbone of carbons.
136672D Lesson 2: Digestion of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates Inquiry Focus : How does the body get energy from food? Student Learning Objectives : By the end of the lesson, students will be able to do the following: • Explain why food must be broken down • List the smaller units that ...
2 Proteins Proteins are the work horses of living cells. They act as microscopic cellular machines that function in much the same manner as human-built machines.
CHAPTER 6 PROTEINS: THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE 1. SECONDARY STRUCTURE A. The Peptide Group B. Regular Secondary Structure: The a Helix and the b Sheet C. Fibrous Proteins D. Nonrepetitive Protein Structure 2.
123 OUTLINE 5.1AMINO ACIDS Amino Acid Classes Biologically Active Amino Acids Modified Amino Acids in Proteins Amino Acid Stereoisomers Titration of Amino Acids Amino Acid Reactions 5.2 PEPTIDES 5.3 PROTEINS Protein Structure The Folding Problem Fibrous Proteins Globular Proteins B IOCHEMISTRY ...
TeacherTECH Lesson: D. Jeff Milton Bioinformatics Workshop 1 Ann Marie Wellhouse Lesson Development Proteins, Amino Acids, and The Bioinformatics of Insulin (Duration: 2 class periods) Standards National Content Standard C: Life Science ∞ Most cell functions involve chemical reactions ...
Definition z Protein from the Greek proteios, meaning primary. z Proteins are the work horses of biological systems.-They play key roles in constructing and maintaining living cells z Our genes code for proteins z Proteins are polymers of amino acids
How to cross-link proteins M. Kapoor Cellular, Molecular and Microbial Biology Division, University of Calgary, Calgary, Canada, T2N 1N4. Background Protein-protein interactions comprise the underlying molecular mechanism of a multitude of complex biological processes.
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1 Biochemistry 462a - Proteins: Tertiary and Quaternary Structure Reading - Chapter 6 Practice problems - Chapter 6, #5-8; Proteins extra problems Tertiary Structure • Most proteins are globular, essentially spherical.