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9th Edition
Steven S. Zumdahl
ISBN: 9781133611097

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Chemistry

9th Edition
Steven S. Zumdahl
ISBN: 9781133611097
Textbook Problem

Choose one of the following terms to match the description given in statements (1)-(17). All of the following pertain to proteins or carbohydrates.

a. aldohexose

b. saliva

c. cellulose

d. CH2O

e. cysteine

f. denaturation

g. disaccharides

h. disulfide

i. globular

j. glycogen

k. glycoside linkage

l. hydrophobic structure

m. ketohexoses

n. oxytocin

o. pleated sheet

p. polypeptide

q. primary structure

(1) polymer consisting of many amino acids

(2) linkage that forms between two cysteine species

(3) peptide hormone that triggers milk secretion

(4) proteins with roughly spherical shape

(5) sequence of amino acids in a protein

(6) silk protein secondary structure

(7) water-repelling amino acid side chain

(8) amino acid responsible for permanent wave in hair

(9) breakdown of a protein’s tertiary and/or secondary structure

(10) animal polymer of glucose

(11) —C—O—C— bond between rings in disaccharide sugars

(12) empirical formula leading to the name carbohydrate

(13) where enzymes catalyzing the breakdown of glycoside linkages are found

(14) six-carbon ketone sugars

(15) structural component of plants, polymer of glucose

(16) sugars consisting of two monomer units

(17) six-carbon aldehyde sugars

(a)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement that matches with the given compound.

Explanation

Explanation

Aldohexose is a six ...

(b)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement that matches with the given compound.

(c)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement that matches with the given compound.

(d)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement matched with the given compound.

(e)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement that matches with the given compound.

(f)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement that matches with the given term.

(g)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement that matches with the given compound.

(h)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement that matches with the given compound.

(i)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement for the given option.

(j)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement for the given option.

(l)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement for the given option.

(m)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement for the given option.

(n)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement for the given option.

(o)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement for the given option.

(p)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement for the given option.

(q)

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation: The given terms are to be matched with the description given in the statements.

Concept introduction: Proteins are defined as the building block of amino acids. When two or more amino acids are linked in a chain, a compound called peptide is formed in which the carboxyl group of each acid is joined to the amino group of the next forming a -OC-NH- bond, known as peptide bond. Large number of amino acids linked through peptide bonds to form proteins. Carbohydrates are biomolecules of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen stored in the form of glucose in a body.

To determine: The correct statement for the given option.

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