Question: 1. (6 pts) Match the following definitions to the appropriate term: a. polysaccharides. b. of a g…


1. (6 pts) Match the following definitions to the appropriate term: a. polysaccharides. b. of a glycoprotein. type of glycosidic linkage found in cellulose and other structural an amino acid residue in a protein found at the O-linked glycosylation point C. -the α and β forms of sugars, such as those observed for D-glucopyranose. - the amount of energy required to achieve the transition state in a chemical e. reaction f. the substrate concentration at which an enzyme has half-maximal velocity. value which is an indicator of the binding efficiency of an enzyme. g. - an type of enzymatic regulation with an example as the activation of the enzyme glycogen phosphorylase by phosphorylation. Possible terms: anomers, cellulose, glycosaminoglycans, reducing sugars, a-1,4, β-1,4, amylopectin, amylose, glycogen, aldonic acid, uronic acid, aldaric acid, reducing sugar fructose, epimers, serine, asparagines, activation energy, allostery, protomer, domain, Km, Vmax, catalytic energy, active site, genetic control, covalent modification, alloste regulation, compartmentation

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1. (6 pts) Match the following definitions to the appropriate term: a. polysaccharides. b. of a glycoprotein. type of glycosidic linkage found in cellulose and other structural an amino acid residue in a protein found at the O-linked glycosylation point C. -the α and β forms of sugars, such as those observed for D-glucopyranose. – the amount of energy required to achieve the transition state in a chemical e. reaction f. the substrate concentration at which an enzyme has half-maximal velocity. value which is an indicator of the binding efficiency of an enzyme. g. – an type of enzymatic regulation with an example as the activation of the enzyme glycogen phosphorylase by phosphorylation. Possible terms: anomers, cellulose, glycosaminoglycans, reducing sugars, a-1,4, β-1,4, amylopectin, amylose, glycogen, aldonic acid, uronic acid, aldaric acid, reducing sugar fructose, epimers, serine, asparagines, activation energy, allostery, protomer, domain, Km, Vmax, catalytic energy, active site, genetic control, covalent modification, alloste regulation, compartmentation

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