Proteins

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Proteins
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2012-10-16 18:14:05
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  1. What do Proteins function as?
    • Building muscle
    • Carry out chemical reactions
    • Act as doorways
    • Provide movement for some cells
    • Every protein has nitrogen in it
  2. What don't proteins give you?
    Energy
  3. What does every protein have?
    Nitrogen
  4. How are Amino acids joined?
    by using a peptide bond
  5. How many amino acids exist in nature?
    20
  6. What are proteins that accelerate a chemical reaction?
    Enzymes
  7. What is a structure to be broken down?
    Substrate
  8. The site where the enzyme and the substrate bind together?
    Active Site
  9. What do enzymes usually end in?
    ASE
  10. Can enzymes be reused?
    yes
  11. Lactaste will break down lactose to form what?
    Glucose and Galactose
  12. What are the building blocks of proteins?
    Amino acids
  13. All amino acids contain what?
    NHand carboxyl
  14. Sucrase would be an enzyme that would break down sucrose into what?
    glucose and fructose
  15. Maltase would be an enzyme that would break down maltose into what?
    Glucose and Glucose
  16. Classify a cracker into three groups
    • Carbohydrates
    • Polysaccharide
    • Starch
  17. What is the enzyme in saliva called?
    Salivary Amylase
  18. What does the enzyme Salivary Amylase do?
    break down starch

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