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Tamparong, Yetzer R.

MW 1:00-2:30

Biochemistry
Question Across 1. sweetest tasting of all sugar 3. that contain carbon 5. substances that do not contain carbon 6. a carbonyl-containting organic compound in which the carbonyl carbon atom has two other carbon atoms directly attached to it. 9. is the simplest carbohydrate unit 10. is a two dimensional structure of a cyclic form of a monosaccharide 14. often called dextrose or blood sugar 15. is the reflection of an object in a mirror 17. sugars having an aldehyde function or an acetal equivalent 19. is a two dimensional structural notation for showing spatial arrangement of groups about chiral centers in molecules

Down 2. is a carbohydrate that contains two to ten monosaccharide units covalently bonded to each other 4. plants produce carbohydrates via this process 7. are isomers that have the same molecular and structural formulas but differ in the orientation of atoms in space 8. latin word for sugar 11. acid/ is an organic acid characterized by the presence of at least one carboxyl group 12. are the most abundant class of organic compounds found in living organisms 13. main source of carbohydrates 16. sugars having a ketone function or an acetal equivalent 18. is the study of the chemical substance found in living organism and the chemical interactions of these substance with each other 20. is a molecule whose mirror images are not superimposable

Answer Chiralmolecule/ is a molecule whose mirror images are not superimposable D-glucose/ often called dextrose or blood sugar Howarthprojection/ is a two dimensional structure of a cyclic form of a monosaccharide D-fructose/ sweetest tasting of all sugar Monosaccharide/ is the simplest carbohydrate unit Carbohydrate/ are the most abundant class of organic compounds found in living organisms Aldose/ sugars having an aldehyde function or an acetal equivalent Ketose/ sugars having a ketone function or an acetal equivalent Biochemistry/ is the study of the chemical substance found in living organism and the chemical interactions of these substance with each other FischerProjection/ is a two dimensional structural notation for showing spatial arrangement of groups about chiral centers in molecules mirrorimages/ is the reflection of an object in a mirror oligosaccharide/ is a carbohydrate that contains two to ten monosaccharide units covalently bonded to each other Bioinorganic/ substances that do not contain carbon Bioorganic/.substances that contain carbon Plants/ main source of carbohydrates photosynthesis/ plants produce carbohydrates via this process Stereoisomers/ are isomers that have the same molecular and structural formulas but differ in the orientation of atoms in space arboxylic acid/ is an organic acid characterized by the presence of at least one carboxyl group Saccharide/ latin word for sugar Ketone/ a carbonyl-containting organic compound in which the carbonyl carbon atom has two other carbon atoms directly attached to it.