Biology 140 biological Molecules discussion

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Exercise 3.2: Identification of biological Molecules

the lab report will be over exersice 3.2 only and downblow there's a guildlines and a rubric and formart.

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IDENTIFICATION OF BIOLOGICAL MOLECULES

Table of Contents
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Introduction ................................................................................................................................... 2

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Methods and Materials ................................................................................................................. 3

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Results ............................................................................................................................................ 5
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Tables, Observations and conclusions .................................................................................... 6

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Discussion....................................................................................................................................... 8

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Conclusion ...................................................................................... Error! Bookmark not defined.

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Reference ..................................................................................................................................... 11

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Introduction

The Macromolecules are within all life structures. These organic amalgams are proteins,
lipids, nucleic acids, as well as carbohydrates. These are monomers as well as they connect
composed into extensive chains which structure polymers. Diverse chemicals could be
utilized to discover the existence of these macromolecules.
The Carbohydrates comprise oxygen, carbon, as well as hydrogen. They provide energy and
furthermore give cell sustenance within cells of a plant. There are three Carbohydrates
groupings: polysaccharides, monosaccharide’s, as well as disaccharides. Monosaccharides
are the basic carbohydrates. A disaccharide is made up of two monosaccharides. A
polysaccharide contains at least three monosaccharides. Galactose, glucose, as well as
fructose, are monosaccharides. Maltose, sucrose, as well as lactose, are disaccharides.
Glycogens along with starch are the polysaccharides. Simple sugars could be discovered by
employing Benedict's test.
The Proteins constitutes the carbon, oxygen, the hydrogen, some of the time sulfur, and
nitrogen. Protein...

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