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Where are Carbohydrates found in a cell
Transcript of Where are Carbohydrates found in a cell
Carbohydrates are found on the outer surface of all eukaryotic cell membranes and are attached to mostly the membrane proteins & sometime phospholipids.
Extra Facts: Protein carbohydrates attached are called glycoproteins and phospholipids carbohydrates are glycolipids
What 3 meals of the day have carbohydrates??
Breakfast: eggs, bacon, fruits
Lunch: (sandwiches) wheat, meats, lettuce
Dinner: steak and veggies
What Elements Comprimise the Macromolecule?
- Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen(mainly sugers)
Also different arrangements of these elements
What Subunits Build Carbohydrates?
Why are they important to our bodies?
-Provides energy for working muscles
-Provides fuel for central nervous system
-Enables fat matabolism
-Prevent proteins for being used for energy
-Perferred source/ fuel for muscle contraction& biological work