Flashcards in Unit 6 - - Chemistry Of The Body Part 1 Deck (48)
What is the term for molecules that undergo a transformation within a biological catalyst?
What is the term for a biochemical category that contains fats?
What is the term for a food additive that has the same amount of calories as sugar, but is thousands of times sweeter?
What is the term for a type of fat that contains a majority of saturated fats?
What is the term for the amount of energy that is required to heat 1 g of water 1 degree Celsius?
What is the term for a substance that limits the amount of product that is made?
What is the term for a carbohydrate that only contains one sugar ring?
What is the term for the state in which a person consumes enough calories in a day, but does not consume the proper nutrients?
What is the term for chemicals added to foods to enhance shelf life or taste?
What are Biological catalysts called?
What is the term for a fat molecule that contains only single bonds in the chain?
What is the term for the state in which a person does not consume enough calories?
What is the term for a macromolecule that is made up of a combination of amino acids?
What is the term for the combination of 3 fatty acid molecules with a glycerol?
What is the term for the process in which unsaturated fatty acids have hydrogen atoms added to the double bonds?
What is the term for the device used to measure the amount of energy in a substance?
What is the term for the main energy carbohydrate breaks down by glycolysis in the body?
What is the term for the molecules that make up proteins and contain a COOH and NH3 group?
What is the term for a carbohydrate that contains two sugar rings?
What is the term for a classification of compounds that contains carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. They can either be found in chain form or ring form?
What type of fat usually contains unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats?
What is the term for amino acids that can be consumed by eating meat?
What is the term for the type of vitamin that can be stored in the body?
What is the term for the essential molecules that are required for survival but are not fats, proteins or carbohydrates?
What is the term for the sugars that form polymers?
What is the term for amino acids that must be consumed from specific plants or in dietary supplement if one does not consume meat?
Be able to identify what a carbohydrate looks like
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They are made up of Hydrogen, carbon and oxygen (ONLY)
Be able to identify types of molecules
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They are made of Carbon Hydrogen oxygen and NITROGEN
Know what the aspartame molecule looks like
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