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biology - food

food chapter for leaving cert

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what is the definition of biomolecules they are chemicals made inside living things
what are the different types of carbohydrates monosaccharides, disaccharides, polysaccharides
what are the two examples of monosaccharides glucose and fructose
Give two types of disaccharides and explain what two monosaccharides are bonded together to give the disaccharides sucrose = glucose + fructose maltose = glucose + glucose
give an example of a storage polysaccharide and state where it is found starch in the roots and stems of plants
what is a triglyceride one molecule of glycerol attached to three fatty acids
what are lipoproteins and phospholipids important for structure of cell membranes
elements of carbohydrates carbon, hydrogen and oxygen
what is the function of cellulose forms plant cell walls
what is the metabolic role of lipids lipids break down in respiration to release energy
name two types of protein globular and fibrous proteins
name two examples of one type of protein globular - egg white and enzymes fibrous - keratin in hair and nails
whats another name for vitamin c ascorbic acid
give a function of vitamin c helps wound to heal
name a fat soluble vitamin vitamin d
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