organic molecules that have identical molecular formulas but differing ARRANGEMENT OF ATOMS
organic molecules that vary in spacial arrangement
organic molecules that vary in covalent arrangement
sterioisomers or entantiomers
organic molecules that vary in spacial arrangment around asymetric carbon
large organic molecules; also called polymer which are made of repeating units called monomers
removal of water molecule to connect monomers together to make polymers; also called condensation reaction
addition of water molecule to disassemble polymers into monomers
class of organic compounds composed of monosacharrides and disaccharides
single sugar molecule
2 monosaccharides joined together by glycosidic linkage during dehydration
polymer of monosaccharides; low solubility, not sweet
long coiled polymer of glucose
polymer of glucose, each glucose having an amino group; very resistant to wear and digestion
class of organic compounds that tends to be insoluble in water; fats and oils
type of lipid (fat); containing backbone of glycerol molecule and 3 fatty acids; long term energy story
fats containing single bonds between carbons in the hydrocarbon chain
fats containing one or more double bond(s) between carbons in the hydrocarbon chain
type of lipid; skeleton of 4 fused carbon rings; cholesterol, testosterone, estrogen
type of lipid; long-chain fatty acid bonded to long-chain alcohol; high melting point, waterproof, resistant to degradation
organic molecule consisting of one or more polypeptides; different types/functions- enzymes, structure, carriers, signaling, contraction, antibodies
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