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General Biology Exam 1 Topic Name: _____

A macromolecule is composed of smaller units called ... the digestion of maltose to glucose; Condensation ... 4; 20; 100; 1000; approx. 5000; What type of amino acid ...

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Nucleic acid is a major water

Nucleic acid is a major water-extractable acidic macromolecule of human scalp hair Nucleic acid is a major water

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Cm

4. What is the function of the small intestine? 5. What specific macromolecule(s) is bile used to break down during digestion? 6. What is the importance of the ...

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Biological Macromolecules

Nucleic acids : nucleotides . Macromolecule ... Human digestion cannot break down cellulose for use as ... of the amino acid four residues away (n +4).

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Human Heath and Physiology Review

Human Heath and Physiology Review 1. Define enzyme. 2. Define substrate. 3. Define macromolecule. 4. Distinguish between catabolic and anabolic metabolic reactions.

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Digestion

Types of Digestion u00dc There are two types of digestion: u00d1 Mechanical u00d1 Chemical u00dc Mechanical: u00d1 This is the physical break up of food into smaller particles.

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CHAPTER 17: DIGESTIVE SYSTEM

OBJECTIVES . 1. Define the term digestion and explain its significance. 2. Distinguish between mechanical digestion and chemical digestion. 3.

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Fill-in and matching questions for chapter 1 of Understanding ...

macromolecule 3. organ 4. cell 5. tissue 6. ... A. stomach digestion of protein B. blood clotting

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Chapter 4/5 Discussion Questions

How can this ratio be used to identify the type of macromolecule? Can any be ... After complete digestion by hydrolysis, this will yield (circle all correct ...

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Biology-2 Review

Ch.40: Basics (M 1,4,5) Draw and label the major ... Discuss the difference in structure of each macromolecule and the one enzymes for each used in their digestion.

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Biology 13A Lab #13: Nutrition and Digestion

Biology 13A Lab Manual 5Lab #13 Nutrition and Digestion 102 Biology 13A Lab #13: Nutrition and Digestion Lab #13 Table of Contents: u221e Expected Learning Outcomes .... 102 ...

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Building Blocks of Life

1 Building Blocks of Life Whiteboards Needed NJCCCS Objectives Cells are made of complex molecules that consist mostly of a few elements. Each class of molecules has its ...

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Lecture #1 ~ Date_____

... Conformation: 2 or more polypeptide chains aggregated into 1 macromolecule ... molecule Hydrolysis: bonds between monomers are broken by adding water (digestion ...

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The Chemical Building Blocks

The digestion of cellulose governs the life strategy of herbivores. Either you do ... APBioTOPICS/20Biochemistry/MoviesAP/Macromolecule-Lifewire.swf Carbohydrates 2006-2007 ...

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Metabolism: The Generation of Energy

C. Extra Cellular Digestion: Nutrients are not supplied to cells as small easily used molecules: Usually supplied as macromolecules:

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DIGESTION AND NUTRITION - Students enjoy Al Pacinos work on stage ...

Unit 3: Circulating and Acquiring Nutrients -Digestion and Nutrition 146 1. Trace the path of food through the digestive tract. Which organs are part of the GIT tube?

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Chapter 14 - Digestive

Chemical digestion occurs in the stomach; Bile (fats) from liver; Pancreatin from pancreas (contains 4 enzymes) ... Monomers one unit in a macromolecule

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Digesting Macromolecules

The process of digestion enables the body to absorb the ... site on the enzyme is the region where the macromolecule ... the effect of a heavy metal, copper sulfate (CuSO 4 ...

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The Structure and Function of Macromolecules

Broken down by hydrolysis (digestion) Great diversity possible from only a ... DNA: helical, double-stranded macromolecule with bases projecting into the interior ...

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The exam covers the following lectures: (Ch. 1-4 13 ...

The exam covers the following lectures: (Ch. 1-4 13) Introduction Standards Assessment Digestion Metabolism Energy The specific areas of the text to focus on are: Ch. 1 pg. 3 ...

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Slide 1

... store energy in polysaccharide chains formed from glucose plants form starch animals form glycogen Some polysaccharides are structural and resistant to digestion by ...

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Biology 20 Laboratory Lifes Macromolecules

1 Biology 20 Laboratory Lifes Macromolecules OBJECTIVE To observe and record reactions between three classes of macromolecules in the presence of simple chemical ...

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Macromolecules

4. Protection against water loss 5. Chemical ... Speed up the reaction of digestion of food; Affect the assembly ... Mrs. Johnsons FAVORITE macromolecule!!

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PowerPoint Presentation

... molecules in a specific sequence to form the macromolecule ... 4: Lyases . Hydrolases catalyze reactions between ... Pectinase, more complete hydrolysis (digestion) of pectins ...

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