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7 Functions of Proteins and Examples I Function of proteins Enzyme --Transport and storage of molec Motion Structural support I Examples psin, sucrase, amylase --- chymotrypsin, -"*- oglobin, myoglobin Actin, myosin, tubulin (ciliary motion) _ I _ Objective L To describe the chemical composition of nucleotides, the components of nucleic acids. s As indicated in fig. 10, nucleotides have three parts: a phosphate group P rvey (solid circle), a pentose sugar, and a nitrogenous base (oval). The pentose is always ribose in RNA and deoxyribose in DNA.
For example, in addition to the standard 6-neutron variety of carbon, there exist 7-neutron and 8-neutron varieties. The atomic weight of an element, as given in the periodic table of chemical elements, is the average of the weights of all the isotopes of the element. 01115. 2 that the atomic weight of an element is roughly 22. This rule does not hold up as well for larger atoms, but is a fairly good estimate in the smaller atoms. Because the various isotopes of an element have a common electron shell structure, they behave identically in ordinary chemical reactions.
C) Carbohydrates consist of a carbon chain with an acid carboxyl group at one end. (6)Carbohydrates are classed as monosaccharides, disaccharides, and poly saccharides. 8. Fats are reaction products of fatty acids and (a)amino acids, (b) glycerol, ( c ) monosaccharides, (d)nucleic acids. 9. Proteins differ from carbohydrates in that proteins (a)are not organic compounds, (b)are united by covalent bonds, (c)contain nitrogen, (d)provide most of the body’s energy. 10. Which is not a component of a nucleic acid?
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