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lactose is made from...
The enzyme used to mobilise glycogen in the liver is...
which micro-organisms digest undigested lactose causing CO2 production and hence bloating?
An energy source carb is known as?
Where are triglycerides stored?
NEFA's are...
give an example of an enzyme which is substrate specific?
The stereoisomer of sugars which is used by humans are called?
Which polymer of nucleic acids has the function of the conversion of genetic information to proteins?
enzymes which catalyse a few reactions are said to be...
In solution alpha and beta glucose are in... and...
The glucose with the OH group that sits sits above the first carbon is...
the enzyme used to break down lactose is called
Niacin and folic acid are examples of...
sucrose is made from...
catalase is classed as...
An energy storage carb is known as?
Aldose sugars contain an... group
By saying the phospholipid bilayer is amphiatic, what does this mean?
Which polymer of nucleic acids has a function of storing genetic information?
where does the undigested lactose of a lactose intolerant individual get digested by micro-organisms?
The carbon of the original carbonyl is called?
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linear glucose polymers are called...
NADH and co-enzyme A are an examples of...
branched glucose polymers are called..
Because carbohydrates are water soluble they are therefore...
less than...of hexoses are linear?
A nucleotide consists of...
externally produced substances/molecules that humans get into contact with are called...
Which polynucleotide is the structural component of ribosomes
Structurally carbohydrates are used in the...
A sugar is reducing when?
The enzyme in the saliva which breaks down glycogen is called
Where does lactose break down occur?
maltose is made from...
An example of a ketose sugar is...
the enzyme in the pancreas which breaks down glycogen is
An example of a non-reducing sugar is...
Another polyunsaturated fatty acid along with arachidonic acid is...
the enzyme in the small intestine which breaks down the glucose mono and disaccharides is..
The formation of a phospholipid bilayer in an aqueous environment gives fatty acids the property of being...
The enzyme which catalyses the formation of the glycosidic bond formation is called?
an example of a pentose sugar is?
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