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By Harvey Lodish, Arnold Berk, Paul Matsudaira, Chris A. Kaiser, Monty Krieger, Matthew P. Scott, Lawrence Zipursky, James Darnell

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When a suspension of phospholipids is mechanically dispersed in aqueous solution, the phospholipids aggregate into one of three forms: spherical micelles and liposomes and sheetlike, two-molecule-thick phospholipid bilayers (Figure 2-20). The type of structure formed by a pure phospholipid or a mixture of phospholipids depends on several factors, including the length of the fatty acyl chains, their degree of saturation, and temperature. ” Micelles are rarely formed from natural phosphoglycerides, whose fatty acyl chains generally are too bulky to fit into the interior of a micelle.

Proteins can efficiently transfer the energy of ATP hydrolysis to other chemicals, thus fueling other chemical reactions, or to other biomolecules for physical work. determining the properties and functions of biomolecules such as proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids. There are four major types of noncovalent interactions: ionic interactions, hydrogen bonds, van der Waals interactions, and the hydrophobic effect. Each Atom Has a Defined Number and Geometry of Covalent Bonds Hydrogen, oxygen, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur are the most abundant elements found in biological molecules.

H or O) is either nearly perpendicular to the ring, referred to as axial (a), or nearly in the plane of the ring, referred to as equatorial (e): H a e e O a HO e a HO e H H a 1 H OH H ␣-D-Glucopyranose Pyranoses The enzymes that make the glycosidic bonds linking monosaccharides into polysaccharides are specific for the ␣ or ␤ anomer of one sugar and a particular hydroxyl group on the other. In principle, any two sugar molecules can be linked in a variety of ways because each monosaccharide has multiple hydroxyl groups that can participate in the formation of glycosidic bonds.

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