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  • See [[Glycosidic bond|glycosidic bond]]
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  • ...anching in the [[Polysaccharide|polysaccharide]]. There are many glycosidic linkages in polysaccharides due to the large number of hydroxyl groups pres
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  • ...ondensation Reaction|reactions]], which form [[Glycosidic bonds|glycosidic bonds]]<ref name="monosaccharide">Alberts, Johnson, Lewis, Raff, Roberts, Walter,
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  • ...cil]]. The base of each nucleotide is joined to C1' of the sugar by a beta-glycosidic linkage from either N-9 of a purine or N-1 of a pyrimidine<ref>Berg J., Tym ...e|uracil DNA glycosylase]], [[Hydrolize|hydrolyzes]] the [[Glycosidic bond|glycosidic bond]] between [[Uracil|uracil]] and [[Deoxyribose|deoxyribose]] but does n
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  • ...se|glucose]]) are linked together through 1,4-[[Glycosidic bond|glycosidic bonds]] to other [[Monosaccharides|monosaccharides]], a wide variety of informati ...[[Monosaccharide|monosaccharide’s]] can join through a [[Glycosidic bond|glycosidic bond]] in several different ways - this is also results in branching of som
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  • ...[[1-4 glycosidic bond|1-4 glycosidic bonds]] but [[1-6 glycosidic bond|1-6 glycosidic linkages]] are also present approximately every 10 [[Glucose|glucose]] resi ...graded by the enzyme [[Phosphorylase|phosphorylase]] which&nbsp;breaks the glycosidic linkage between the C-1 terminal residue and the C-4 of the adjacent molecu
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  • ...g chains, but instead is made up of only 1-4 [[Glycosidic bonds|glycosidic bonds]]. This causes the [[Amylose|amylose]]&nbsp;to form a [[Alpha-helix|helix]]
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  • ...saccharide|monosaccharides are]] linked with [[Glycosidic bonds|glycosidic bonds]]. Polysaccharides have two main forms and use: structural and storage. Imp ...rch and glycogen are linked by α-1,4-glycosidic bond and α1,6-glycosidic bonds. Starch is mainly used as the energy store in plants. It is stored in the f
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  • Glycosidic bonds join [[Monosaccharides|monosaccharides]] or longer [[Sugar|sugar]] chains t ...itrogen|nitrogen]] atom of an [[Amine|amine]], the bond is then called a N-glycosidic bond&nbsp;<ref>'Biochemistry', Sixth Edition, (2006), Jeremy M. Berg, John
    3 KB (426 words) - 17:39, 10 January 2011
  • ...e covalently linked together, further stabled by [[Hydrogen bonds|hydrogen bonds]]. Layers of these residues can also be hydrogen bonded together which form
    12 KB (1,652 words) - 18:24, 4 December 2018
  • Amylase works by cleaving the [[Glycosidic_bonds|1,4-glycosidic bonds]] between 2 glucose molecules in the starch [[Molecules|molecules]], cataly
    574 B (74 words) - 19:29, 27 November 2011
  • ...bsp;&nbsp;Around 40 cellulose chains combine together, by forming hydrogen bonds, to form a microfibril.&nbsp;<ref>Bruce Alberts et al, 2007. Molecular Biol
    2 KB (307 words) - 04:35, 17 November 2013
  • ...[Monomer|monomer]] units through the formation of [[Covalent bond|covalent bonds]]. The monomers are similar or repetitive units and when joined create a mo ...f [[Carbohydrate|carbohydrate]] molecules in [[Glycosidic bonds|glycosidic bonds]]. [[Starch|Starch]] and [[Glycogen|glycogen]] are two polysaccharides that
    2 KB (263 words) - 17:32, 22 October 2018
  • ...e, [[Carbohydrates|carbohydrates]] in making [[Glycosidic bonds|glycosidic bonds]]. ...ymers of [[Amino_acids|amino acids]] are joined by [[Peptide_bonds|peptide bonds]].
    693 B (106 words) - 05:14, 18 October 2013
  • ... of a monomer is [[Glucose|glucose]], which can then combine by glycosidic bonds to form [[Glycogen|glycogen]]. Another example would be the use of [[Beta-g ... a monomer is [[Glucose|glucose]] which forms [[Glycosidic bond|glycosidic bonds]]. The resulting polymers are [[Cellulose|cellulose]] or [[Starch|starch]].
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  • ...onsible for the [[Hydrolysis|hydrolysis of]] [[Glycosidic bonds|glycosidic bonds&nbsp;in]] [[Starch|starch]], helping to form the monomeric [[Glucose|glucos
    449 B (65 words) - 16:41, 3 December 2016
  • ...chemistry, seventh edition, W.H. Freeman and company. Newyork</ref>. These bonds can form modified [[carbohydrates|carbohydrates]].
    565 B (72 words) - 00:45, 18 November 2012
  • ... be specific to each [[Enzyme|enzyme]] used for each new [[Glycosidic bond|glycosidic bond]]<ref>Berg JM, Tymoczko JL, Stryer L. (2002) Biochemistry. 5th edition ...can often be bonded together through [[1,4 glycosidic bonds|1,4 glycosidic bonds]] to create disaccharides such as [[Maltose|maltose]], [[Sucrose|sucrose]]
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  • ...c Bonds.png|right|Alpha and Beta Glycosidic Bonds.png]]1,4 glycosidic bond bonds are formed due to&nbsp;[[Condensation reaction|condensation reactions]] bet ...osidic bonds|glycosidic linkage]], the term is [[Known|known]] as a α-1,4-glycosidic bond<ref>Berg JM, Tymoczko JL, Stryer L. Biochemistry. 5th edition. New Yor
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  • ... and C4 of two D-beta-glucose molecules forms a covalent [[Glycosidic bond|glycosidic bond]], creating a [[Disaccharide|disaccharide]], and with further polymeri ... hundreds of D-beta-glucose molecules and </span>[[Hydrogen bonds|hydrogen bonds]]<span style="line-height: 1.5em;"> between the layers of the </span>[[Poly
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  • Glycosyltransferases form glycosidic bonds between a [[Carbohydrate|carbohydrate]]&nbsp;chain and a [[Protein|protein]
    638 B (91 words) - 17:15, 5 December 2017
  • ...anching in the [[Polysaccharide|polysaccharide]].&nbsp;There are&nbsp;many glycosidic linkages in polysaccharides due to the large number of hydroxyl groups pres
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