For this assignment, you will complete a graphic organizer. Download the PDF document entitled that is attached to this assignment. This organizer is a fillable pdf that you can type directly into. You will use this to answer questions about atoms, chemical bonds, the properties of water, and the four classes of macromolecules (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids).
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During completion of the assignment in WORD, please type answers in blue bold to help distinguish your answers from the questions. Grading for this assignment is based on the completion and accuracy of your responses. To submit the assignment, save the completed WORD document on your computer. Upload it as a WORD (.docx) document to the assignment folder titled “Cell Chemistry.” If you are using a MAC submit a PDF since a PAGES document will not be viewable. Only WORD or PDFs can earn assignment points.
For this assignment, you will complete a graphic organizer. Download the PDF document entitled that is attached to this assignment. This organizer is a fillable pdf that you can type directly into. Yo
Cell Chemistry Organizer Complete the charts below to organize your understanding of inorganic & organic chemistry of the cell. Type all answers in bold blue. Subatomic Particles -List the 3 subatomic particles, describe where they are located, what is the charge. Subatomic Particle Location Charge Chemical Bonding –# electrons in each of the 3 electron shells. Shell Electrons List and describe the 3 bond types. Bond Description Water Properties -List and describe the 4 water properties Water Property Description pH -Define each of the following terms. Term Definition Acid Base Buffer Carbohydrates -List the monomer for carbohydrates.monosaccharideList the elements that make up carbohydrates and the ratio. Element Ratio List and define 3 complex carbohydrates important for plants & animals. Complex Carbohydrate Definition Lipids –List the 4 different lipid groups presented in the course notes. Lipid Group List the 6 elements that can make up lipids. Element Define the terms below. Term Definition Saturated Unsaturated Hydrophilic Hydrophobic Proteins -List the monomer for proteins.List the 5 elements that make up proteins. Element Define the 4 protein structures. Structure Definition Nucleic Acids -List the monomer for nucleic acids.List the 5 elements that make up nucleic acids. Elements List 3 nucleic acids and list the key characteristics that differentiate them from each other. Nucleic Acid Key Characteristics that Differentiate Them From Each Other.