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Biology Video: The Chemistry of Carbohydrates and Lipids Part 2

Video title: The Chemistry of Carbohydrates and Lipids Part 2

Watch this Biology video The Chemistry of Carbohydrates and Lipids Part 2. Study Biochemistry and types of chemical bonds characterizing biological molecules

With this title you will examine the structure and function of one carbohydrate, the sugar ribose. You will look at the chemical structure of DNA and RNA molecules and learn about the unique roles that these two forms of nucleic acids play in the cellular process. The function of waxes, sterols, fats and phospholipids is discussed, and what makes molecules water soluble and why lipids have a low water solubility, is identified.

 

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Biology Video: The Chemistry of Carbohydrates and Lipids Part 2. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Carbohydrates Proteins and Lipids. Study The Chemistry of Carbohydrates and Lipids. Discover the biological importance of lipids and carbohydrates and learn about the structure and function of glucose.
  • Name the types of chemical bonds that most frequently characterize biological molecules. Survey the properties of the amino, carbonyl, carboxyl, and hydroxyl 'functional groups'.
  • Examine the structure and function of two carbohydrates: the sugars glucose and ribose. Learn the function of waxes, fats, sterols, and phospholipids; identify the mechanism that makes molecules water soluble; and explain why lipids have a low solubility in water.
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