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PHAR 410

Drug Action and Metabolism (days 1-6)

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What 3 biomolecules are monomers, oligomers, and polymers? Carbohydrates, Proteins, and Nucleic Acids
Which biomolecule has glycosidic bonds, is linear, and has cyclic hydroxylated carbons? Carboyhydrate
Which biomolecule has long lipophilic chains and a fused steroid ring? Lipid
Which biomolecule has a phosphate, and a pyrimidine/purine base? Nucleic Acid
Which biomolecule is stored as glycogen? Carboyhydrate
Minerals serve as Electrolytes, structural components, and enzyme activators
The common function for vitamins is Coenzymes
What 3 biomolecules are monomers ONLY? Lipids, Vitamins, and Minerals
What 3 biomolecules can serve as fuel? Carbohydrates, Lipids, and Proteins
Which of these is a non-polar amino acid? - alanine - aspartate - arginine Alanine
Which of these is a non-polar amino acid? - glycine - glutamate - glutamine Glycine
Which of these is a non-polar amino acid? - cysteine - leucine - lycine Leucine
Which of these is a polar amino acid? - methionine - proline - threonine Threonine
Which of these is a polar amino acid? - tryptophan - serine - histidine Serine
Which of these is a polar amino acid? - valine - arginine - asparagine
Created by: sdeck86