Chemical components of the cells

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MAPA DE BIOLOGÍA CELULAR
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Chemical components of the cells
1 composition of elements
1.1 CHONPS
1.2 atom
1.2.1 dense nucleus with positive charge
1.2.2 clound of electrons
1.2.2.1 in tissues exist realigment
1.2.3 proton
1.2.4 neutron
1.2.4.1 stability
1.2.5 in tissues
1.2.5.1 external electronic orbitals incomplete
2 chemical bond
2.1 ionic bond
2.1.1 give up electrons
2.2 covalent bond
2.2.1 share electrons
2.2.2 molecule
2.2.2.1 the cell depent of
2.2.3 polar
2.2.3.1 interaction between molecules by electronic forces
2.3 bond force
2.3.1 quantity of energy that is necessary for break a bond
2.3.1.1 simple
2.3.1.2 double
3 Bonds
3.1 Energy
3.1.1 Energy needes to break the bond
3.1.1.1 Kcal/mol
3.1.1.2 KJ/mol
3.2 Covalent bond
3.2.1 Don´t break for warming
3.2.1.1 Break with specific reactions
3.2.2 simple bond
3.2.2.1 Allows simple rotation of the molecule
3.2.3 Doble bond
3.2.3.1 Shorter and stronger
3.2.3.1.1 More rigid and less flexible atoms
3.2.4 Polar structure
3.2.4.1 Negative pole at one extreme
3.2.4.2 Positive pole at one extreme
3.2.5 In water solutions
3.2.5.1 10 to 100 times stronger
3.3 Non covalent
3.3.1 Weaker
3.4 Formation and rupture
3.4.1 by enzimes
4 H2O
4.1 Hydrogen bond
4.1.1 Weaker than covalents
4.1.2 Weak non covalent bond
4.2 Covalent bonds with oxygen
4.3 Web of molecules
4.3.1 Constant formation and rupture
4.4 Dissolved ions
4.4.1 Hidrophilics
4.4.1.1 Charges
4.4.2 Hidophobes
4.4.2.1 Without charges
5 Protons
5.1 Acidity
5.1.1 Weak
5.1.2 Strong
6 Base
6.1 Strong
6.2 Weak
7 Buffers
7.1 Neutral
8 Cells
8.1 Carbono
8.1.1 4 covalent bonds
8.1.1.1 Estables
8.1.2 Molecules
8.1.2.1 Organic
8.1.2.1.1 Cytoplasm
8.1.2.1.2 Fatty acids, aminoacids, nucleotides
8.1.2.1.3 Sugars
8.1.2.1.3.1 Monosaccharides Polisaccharides
8.1.2.2 Inorganic
9 Fatty acid
9.1 carboxyl group
9.1.1 hydrophilic
9.1.1.1 very reactive
9.2 long chain hydrocarbon
9.2.1 hydrophobic
9.2.1.1 unreactive
9.3 amphipathic
9.4 food reserve for cell
9.4.1 in the cytoplasm
9.4.1.1 triacylglycerol
9.5 form membranes
10 amino acids
10.1 carboxylic acid group
10.2 carboxylic acid group
10.3 protein formation
10.3.1 peptide bond
10.3.2 20 types of amino acids
10.3.2.1 isomers
10.3.2.1.1 D-type
10.3.2.1.2 L-type
11 nucleotides
11.1 nucleotide bases
11.1.1 pyrimidines
11.1.1.1 cytosine thymine uraci
11.1.2 purines
11.1.2.1 guanine adenine
11.2 energy carriers
11.3 store genetic information
11.3.1 Nucleic acid components
11.3.1.1 RNA
11.3.1.1.1 A,G,C,U
11.3.1.1.1.1 instructions conveyor
11.3.1.2 DNA
11.3.1.2.1 A,G,C,T
11.3.1.2.1.1 repository of genetic information
12 macromolecules
12.1 formation of weak noncovalent bonds
12.1.1 plication
12.1.1.1 specific functions
12.1.1.1.1 like proteins
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