In this research project the main goal is to look at two different protein powders and see how the amino acids in them help our bodies to build muscle and how our bodies benefit from them. Protein powders come in all types and flavors and their main purpose is to give your body the amino acids and nutrients that it needs but might not get as easily. They help your muscles grow faster and stronger. Without protein, our muscles wouldn’t heal quickly or correctly which could lead to muscle injuries. In this research project, the two protein powders that will be looked at are Isopure Zero Carb and Syntha-6.
Which two of the four macromolecules, do you believe to be the most important for life? Give evidence to support your suggestion (include a full description of the macromolecules) Describe both in terms in structure and function. From my study of macromolecules I decided to choose proteins and carbohydrates as my main two macromolecules. To me they are the most important two. Carbohydrates are important because they are a source of immediate energy and controls structure of cells such as cell wall etc.
The roles are as follows for the bacterial cells, the structure flagella are the swimming movement of the cell, pili stabilizes the cells during DNA transfer, the capsules are used as protection for the cell when a method of killing or digestion is happening. The cell wall confers rigidity and the shape they have, the plasmic membranes are the barriers and the location for the enzyme systems which produces energy. The ribosomes like animal and plant is the factor for protein synthesis. The other functions like the Chromosomes and the plasmid make up the DNA of the cell. Explain how bacteria cells make energy for cellular processes.
Discussion: Many of our most important enzyms, hormones, and chemical process are all made possible by the presence of protiens. We can build protiens in our bodies or injest them in the food we eat. Tryptophane and tyrosine were some protein amino side chains that we specifically identified in the lab. Some everyday foods that contain high contents of tryptophane are egg whites, fish, and seeds. While some common foods that are high in tyrosine are cheese, milk, and tofu.
This method has been specially valuable for the separation of closely related amino acids. The mixture is dissolved in a fluid called mobile phase , which carries it through the structure holding another material called the stationary phase . The various amino acids travel at different speed , causing them to separate based on its R group . Amino acid Amino acid play central roles as building blocks of proteins and as intermediates in metabolisms . The 20 amino acids are found within proteins convey a vast array of chemical versatility (The Biology Project.2000).All amino acids found in proteins have a basic structure , different only in the structure of the R group or the side chain(Figure).
Food provides your muscles with important raw materials crucial for their growth. I could "guarantee" you a 10 pound gain in a week using an overcomplicated approach, but I won't do that. It isn't rocket science, you just need to get as much as you can out of your diet and workout plan. How to achieve results: It is important to consume plenty of healthy nutrients through your food with multiple meals throughout the day. And as we all know, protein plays an important part in muscle growth.
Macromolecules are important to living things for example proteins are an example of macromolecules. Proteins are important to our survival because the fight germs and help in transporting molecules in and out of cells. Hypothesis: Friendly's:
Upon its discovery, HbA1c was proposed as a useful biomarker for diabetes monitoring (Koenig et al., 1976a, Koenig et al., 1976b), and endogenously produced AGEs attracted further scientific attention, beyond food chemistry, from fields including medical biochemistry and pathology. At this point it is important to highlight that there are two sources of AGEs: the endogenously produced AGEs, a product of the reaction between proteins and sugars in the circulation, and exogenous AGEs, produced during cooking and absorbed in the small intestine (~10%
Carbohydrates also help to build muscles which in turn will help to boost David’s sportsmanship. Lipids/Fats Roasted lamb, potatoes Lipids are needed to be part of David’s intake as it is stored beneath the skin and acts as a protective layer for his bones and vital organs. Lipids also provide insulation for David’s body to keep it at the core temperature of 37 degrees. (Belsley, S (2014)) Protein Lamb, roasted potatoes, onion, peas, milk (Wilson, L. (2014)) Proteins are a chain of molecules called amino acids, there are 20 different amino acids and the body requires all of them. David needs proteins as they will aid the appropriate growth of his muscles and bone structure.