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How do you answer 1, 2, and 3? (This is a practice exercise).

1. Identifying Molecular Structure. Match the compound listed with the correct structure shown
below.
Amino Acid
Nucleotide
Sterol
ATP
Phospholipid
Triglyceride
Disaccharide
Polypeptide
Monosaccharide
Polysaccharide
1
HO-CH2
CH2-OH
НО
ОН
ОН
2
R
Н.
N-C-C
ОН
H.
3.
NH2
N.
N.
---CH2
ОН
29
O=PIOHI
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1. Identifying Molecular Structure. Match the compound listed with the correct structure shown below. Amino Acid Nucleotide Sterol ATP Phospholipid Triglyceride Disaccharide Polypeptide Monosaccharide Polysaccharide 1 HO-CH2 CH2-OH НО ОН ОН 2 R Н. N-C-C ОН H. 3. NH2 N. N. ---CH2 ОН 29 O=PIOHI

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The given compound contains a general unit structure with formula CnH2nOn which shows that it contains one saccharide unit. Hence it resembles the molecular structure of monosaccharide.

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2)

Amino acids are the molecules which containing an amine group, a carboxylic acid group and a side chain that is specific to each amino acid.

Amino acids are the basic structural building units of protein a...

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