Biological molecules crossword

Cross word to test knowledge of definitions and properties of proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, water and biochemical tests. Based on 2.1.1 on the F212 syllabus. Biological molecules

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The reaction proteins undergo to bond, it realises H2o.
Condensation
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The name of the bond when two amino acids bond.
Peptide
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The amount of polypeptides coiled up with eachother in a molcule of haemoglobin.
four
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The sequence of amino acids links together in a polypeptide/protein.
Primary structure
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The bond that help keep the secondary structure in place.
Hydrogen
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These form between the R groups of amino acid cysteine. They are very strong covalent bonds.
Disulphide.
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Collagen is a what type of protein
Fibrous
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This is a property of haemoglobin.
Metabolically active
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The type of monosaccharide that has the 'H' group above.
alpha
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Type of bond formed when two monosaccarides bond.
glycosidic
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The thing made up of b-glucose molcules
Cellulose
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This is made up of three fatty acids attached to a glycerol molecule.
Triglyceride
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This is made up of two fatty and one phopshate group attached to a glycerol molcule
Phospholipid
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The name of the bond when two amino acids bond.

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Peptide

Card 3

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The amount of polypeptides coiled up with eachother in a molcule of haemoglobin.

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Card 4

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The sequence of amino acids links together in a polypeptide/protein.

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Card 5

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The bond that help keep the secondary structure in place.

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