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what is difference between heteropolymers and homopolymers?give some example
what is acid soluble fraction and acid insoluble fraction?what is the special case of lipids?pls expain
explain the structure of dna briefly
why are amino acids also known as substituted methane
what is the clear definition of biomacromolecules?
Difference between peptide bond and glycosidic bond?
amino acids exists as zwitterionic form.give its structure.why is it formed?
what is meant by acid soluble pool?
difference between homodimer and heterodimer
why are enzymes called biocatalyst ???????????
are enzymes organic or inorganic catalyst ?????????
pzzzzzzzzz do answer me
what are the differences between nucleoside and nucleotide ?
plzzzz answer as soon as possible
why do amino acids change their structure in different pH
What are the acid-soluble and acid-insoluble fractions in the chemical composition of living tissues? Name one chemical compound in each of the above amino fractions.
What is the diff. btw. reductive amination and transamination?
is chitin HOMOPOLYMER or HETEROPOLYMER?
why lipids come under acid insoluble fraction?
What are proteins? Describe the primary, secondary, tertiary and quarternary structures of protein in detail.
Starch is heteropolymer or homopolymer
What are biomolecules? What is their functions?
Illustrate a glycosidic, a peptide and a phospodiester glycosidic, a peptide and a phospodiester bond.
Insulin a polymer of fructose . What does it mean ?Is it a polypeptide or polysaccharide????????
in the end lipids are micromolecules or macromolecules?
Is chitin a heteropolymer?
What is meant by Km value in enzyme reaction? What does it indicate?
name 2 vitamins that contain sulphur.Is it vit A and C?
Amino acids are organic compounds containing an amino group and an acidic group as substituents on the same carbon i.e., the α-carbon. Hence, they are called α-amino acids.
Im not able to understand these lines.Please explain.
why are glycogen and starch most suitable than glucose as storage products?
GLYCOSIDIC BOND N PEPTIDE BOND DIFFERENCE KYA HAI
difference between micro and macro molecules? atleast 3
what is the difference between biomacromolecules and biomicromolecules ?
what is optimum pH value for sucrase.?
also tell for some other common enzymes.
what is the difference between reducing sugar and non-reducing sugar?plz atleast give 3 points and answer as soon as possible cuz i have my exam the day after tomorrow.
what are steroids? What is the function of steroids?
starch is a heteropolymer of amylose and amylopectin or homopolymer of glucose units?
what is the zwitterionic form?
what is biomolecules?
what is ecori?
what are heterocyclic amino acids? i mean understand how amino acids are cyclic in the first place.
plz explain this .. and tell me do i need to know it for NEET?
then what are non non protein amino acids?
How does the ionizable nature of -NH2 and -COOH groups effect the structure of the amino acid? Please explain with an example.
which is the sweetest sugar?
differentiate between saturated and unsaturated fatty acids.give one example for each
What is meant by dynamic state of the body constituents?
what do u mean by acid soluble pool?
how we differentiate between elements it is micromolecule and macromolecule?
the important properties of enzymes.
what do they mean by cellulose is a homopolymer whereas starch is a variant present in plants and glycogen is a variant present in animals?
which ar essential and non essential amino acids?
plz explain structure of adenylic acid????and lecithin???/
plz tell me about primary and secondary metabolites.
what are nucleotides and nucleosides?
describe different types of carbohydrates with examples
What does an enzyme do in terms of energy requirement of a reaction..? What would happen if the enzyme did nt play this role..??
Why do oils remain in liquid state even in winter?
in analysing the chemical composition of a living tissue,it is grinded to get acid soluble and acid insoluble pool .....acid soluble pool contains many organic compunds..... then what does acid insoluble contain? inorganic compounds? then y cant inorganic compounds of living tissue be studied thru the acid insoluble pool .... wht is the need to dry thm nd then burn them to ash? i understand they get rid of the carbon ... but some how this thing is not clear for me.....
nd i also need some tips to study this chapter... pleese help me :)
the composition of triglyceride.
what is watson and crick model of DNA?
write short note on glycosidic linkage
Which is an organic compound found in most cells ?:
a) glucose, b)water, c) sodium chloride , d)oxygen
answer with explanation plsss...
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