Primary Components Of Bread And Pasta Case Study

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__H___ 16. Primary components of egg yolk and peanut oil.

4-4: Using the key choices, identify the indicated segments of the molecule pictured below. Insert letter of correct answer into space provided. Chose only one answer for each description.

A. phosphate group
B. hydrophobic region
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fatty acids
D. nitrogen-containing group
E. glycerol
F. hydrophilic region

1.___ A. phosphate group_________________

2. ____ D. nitrogen-containing group ________________

3. ____ E. glycerol ________________

4. ____ C. fatty acids ________________

5. ____ F. hydrophilic region ________________

6. ____ B. hydrophobic region ________________

4-5: What molecule is this? Phospholipid Phosphatidylcholine

Activity 5

5-1: The illustration below shows an enzyme reaction. Using the choices below, identify the molecules in the illustration. Insert letter of correct answer into space provided. Chose only one answer for each description.

A. enzyme (unchanged)|2|
B. enzyme|8|
C. substrates|1|
D. enzyme-substrate complex|4|
E. active sites|3|
G. product|7|
H. by-product|6|
I. internal rearrangement|5|

Activity 6

Use this image to answer the questions in this activity.

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6-1: Using the key choices, identify the components and steps of the process below. Insert number of correct answer into space provided. Chose only one answer for each description.

A. aerobic respiration|7|
B. glucose|6|
C. oxygen available|4|
D. mitochondrion|8|
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lactic acid|5|
F. pyruvic acid|2|
G. glycolysis|1|
H. anaerobic fermentation|3|

6-2: What is the name of this process? _Cellular Respiration __
6-3: This process is used by cells to manufacture _biochemical energy from nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), and then release waste

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