Chemistry of Iodine in Reactor Safety (workshop)

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Note: 1. pKr refers to the ionization constant of the side residues. 2. Sequences of amino acids in proteins are often written with the one-letter symbols, starting with the N-terminal residue, which is at the left and is considered the first residue of the polypeptide chain. Hyphens are inserted between residues to indicate gaps, and other punctuation is used if the sequence is not known entirely. Parentheses around segments of uncertain sequence, dots separating residues whose positions are almost certain, and commas between amino acid residues of unknown sequence.

Ara coexists with GalA in pectin and Xyl in plant cell walls. g. sucrose, maltose and lactose. Cellulose (plant structural material) and starch (plant food reserve) are two most abundant glycans. Cellulose is a linear homoglucan of d-Glcp joined via β-1→4.

Antenna proteins, cytochromes). g. insulin, somatotropin, thyrotropin) transmit information between specific cells and organs in complex organisms. g. 4 Comparison of biomacromolecules Feature Monomer unit Nature of monomer Nucleic acid Protein Nucleotides Compound molecules: consisting of nitrogen base, pentose and phosphate. All 4 major nucleotides Amino acids Simple molecules: α-amino acids Residue functionality Heterocyclic, phosphoesteric Stereochemistry of monomer Polymer chain Chain linkage Chain direction Charge at pH 7 Biosynthesis Biodegradation None for N-bases.

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