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Chemistry Of Life

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    • 1. Living Environment Transport and life in a cell By- Justin Ehrenpreis
    • 2.
      • Active Transport-
      • *Lower to higher concentration
      • * Makes energy
      • Passive Transport-
      • *Higher to Lower concentration
      • * Diffusion
      • * No energy required
    • 3.
      • Diffusion of water through a membrane is….
      • osmosis
    • 4.
      • Organic Compounds-
      • *contain Hydrogen and Carbon
      • * 4 major compounds are…
      • 1- Carbohydrates
      • 2- Lipids (fats)
      • 3- Proteins
      • 4- Nucleic Acids
      • Inorganic Compounds-
      • Lack Carbon and Hydrogen combination
      • Examples-
      • 1- Water
      • 2- Salts
    • 5.
      • C arb oh ydrates -
      • * main source of energy for all cell activities
      • Made of C arbon, H ydrogen, and O xygen
      • CH2
      • Includes Starches and sugars
      • Three types of Carbohydrates-
      • 1- Monosaccharide
      • 2- Disaccharide
      • 3- Polysaccharide
    • 6.
      • The basic unit of building blocks are….
      • Monosaccharide
    • 7.
      • Monosaccharide
      • Simple sugar
      • Example-
      • Glucose
    • 8.
      • Disaccharide-
      • Double sugar
      • Dehydration Synthesis-
      • Process where 2 compounds combine and water removed from it
    • 9.
      • Polysaccharides
      • Many compounds
    • 10.
      • Lipids-
      • Store energy in living things
      • Contain C arbon, H ydrogen, and O xygen
      • greater than 2:1
      • *Examples- *Fatty acids and glycerol
      • Fats + oils = Lipids
    • 11. Pinocytosis
      • -cell drinking
      -dissolves molecules
    • 12. Phagocytosis
      • cell eating
      • Like Pac man
    • 13. Proteins
      • Carbon, Hydrogen ,Oxygen and Nitrogen
      • Amino Acids -
      • Building blocks of proteins
      • 2 amino acids =
      • Dipeptide + Water
    • 14. Nucleic Acids
      • Composed of…
      • nucleotide chains
      • That has…
      • genetic information.
      • Nucleic acids are found in…
      • Living cells and viruses
    • 15. Summary
      • Carbohydrates
      • Ch2
      • Monosaccharides
      • Lipids
      • 1 Glycerol + 3 Fatty Acids
      • Proteins
      • Symbol is N
      • Amino Acids
      • R represents…
      • Any group
    • 16. What do compounds look like?
      • Has 6 sides
      • Looks like a Hexagon
      • Some times without any lines
    • 17. Review By Justin Ehrenpreis
    • 18. ___________saccharides…
      • Mono is…
      • One
      • Di is…
      • Two
      • Poly is…
      • many
    • 19. What saccharide is this…
    • 20. Answer is….
      • Monosacchride
    • 21. What saccharide is this….
    • 22. Answer is…
      • Polysaccharide
    • 23. What saccharide is this…
    • 24. Answer is…
      • Disaccharide
    • 25. What is the basic unit of building blocks?
      • Monosaccharide
    • 26. What takes care of cell eating ?
    • 27. Answer is…
      • Phagocytosis
    • 28. What takes care of cell drinking and dissolves molecules ?
      • Pinocytosis
    • 29. 4 major compounds are…
    • 30.
      • 1- Carbohydrates
      • 2- Lipids (fats)
      • 3- Proteins
      • 4- Nucleic Acids