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CH2 Anatomy

CH2 Anatomy Test

Reactants The Starting Substrates
Products The ending substances
excergonic reactions release more energy than absorbs
endergonic reactions absorbs more energy than they release
activation energy the collision energy needed to break chemical bonds
catalyst chemical compounds that speed up reactions by lowering the activation energy
organic compound always contains carbon, usually contains hydrogen and always have covalent bonds
inorganic compound usually lacks carbon and are structurally simple
hydrolysis to loosen or break apart
anabolism all synthesis reactions that occur in your body
catabolism decomposition reactions that occur in your body
monomer big organic molecule
polymer a large molecule formed by the covalent bonding of many identity or similar small building block molecules
carbohydrate includes sugar,glycogen,starches and cellulose (C,H,O)
monosaccharide contains 3 seven carbon atoms
disacchaaride 2 monosaccharide molecules
polysaccharide 3rd major group of carbohydrates
lipid either solids (fats) or liquids (oils) (C,H,O,P)
phospholipid glycerol backbone and two fatty acid chains attached to the 1st 2 carbons
protein large molecules that contain carbon,hydrogen,oxygen, and nitrogen (C,H,O,N)
amino acid monomer of protiens
nucleic acid huge organic molecules that contain carbon, hydrogen,oxygen,nitrogen and phosphorus (C,H,O,N,P)
DNA forms the inherited genetic material inside each human cell
RNA 2nd type of nucleic acid; relays instructions from the genes to guide each cells synthesis of protiens from amino acids
nucleotide A chain of repeating monomers
enzyme protein molecule
substrate the reactant molecule on which the enzyme acts
Monomers smaller units joining together to create a polymer
Polymer monomers used to create the polymer
What is the monomer for Carbohydrates? Monosachharides(monomer) simple sugar
What is the Monomer for Lipids? Fatty acids + Glycerol (monomer)
What is the Monomer for Protiens? Amino Acids
Catalyst Speeds up the reaction by lowering the activatione energy
How many different Amino Acids are there? 20
What denatures and enzyme? Inhibitor, prolonged heat, and change in ph
What can enzymes also be considered as? A catalyst
What do enzymes react with specifically? A substrate
What is a starch? A polysacchride
What are amino acids held together by? peptide bonds
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