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Discussion posts.

I don’t know how to handle this Biology question and need guidance.

1- Please see the attached image of the 6 important functional groups to organic macromolecules. This image will be on EXAM 1 and there will be several chapter 4 questions covering it.

IDENTIFY ONE of the functional groups shown (but please study them all!) and look up at least ONE INTERESTING FACT about the functional group you choose. Please try to find a fact that was not presented in our class, and please everyone do NOT choose the same functional group! Then post your response to this discussion with the molecule you chose and the interesting fact (make sure to list your source).

Then RESPOND to ONE of your classmates post with a question or a comment.

Need Response for this as well

I chose F which is carboxylic acid, some fat molecules have carboxylic acid such as coconut and chocolate meanwhile in many soaps and detergent it can also be found. The group has a double bond with hydroxyl acid


2- Please see the attached image of the 15 important molecules to organic macromolecules. Wooohooo I know!!

This EXACT image will be on EXAM 1 and there will a handful of chapter 5 questions pertaining to this image.

IDENTIFY ONE of the molecules shown (but please study them all as you’ll need to know them!). Look up at least ONE INTERESTING FACT about the molecule you chose. Please don’t everyone choose the same molecule and try to find an interesting fact not already presented in class. Post your response below with the molecule you chose and your fun fact. (please add your source)

Then RESPOND to ONE of your classmates post with a question or a comment.

Need a response also to


#8 is the Amino Acid Glycine.

Glycine is the simplest Amino Acids with only a Hydrogen (H) as its R side chain. Glycine is the simple Amino Acid precursor that all other Amino Acids are made from. Glycine is essential in the formation of alpha-helices secondary structure of proteins and is a major component of the collagen protein alpha helix! Glycine is not one of the essential amino acids as we are able to make it in our cells, so is not required in our diets. What’s really cool is that Glycine has been discovered in space dust!! Which could indicate life (or at least organic molecules) outside of Earth! So cool! (Sources: nasa.gov, pubchem.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov)






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