Proteins - Carbohydrates

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Carbohydrates are polymers made up of which monomers?
Amino Acids
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What is an amino acid containing sulfur called?
Cysteine
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What are carbohydrates containing monosaccharides and disaccharides categorised as?
Sugars
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What are carbohydrates containing polysaccharides categorised as?
Non-sugars
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What do two glucose monosaccharides combine to make?
Maltose
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What does a galactose and glucose monosaccharide combine to make?
Lactose
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What does a fructose and glucose monosaccharide combine to make?
Sucrose
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Which polysaccharide is made up of beta glucose?
Cellulose
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Which monosaccharide makes up the polysacchairde starch?
Alpha glucose
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What type of bond forms to link two disaccharides together?
Glycosidic bond
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Which indicator solution do you use to test for reducing sugars?
Benedicts
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What is the feature that polysaccharides have which make them good for storage?
Insoluble
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What kind of support is cellulose used for in plant cells?
structural
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Which solution is used to indicate starch?
Iodine
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What colour will the indicator solution turn to if starch is present?
Blue/black
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What is produced if a reducing sugar is present in the test whilst combined with the indicator?
Red brick precipitate
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