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Enzymes: 12. Enzymes using small molecules to synthesise bigger molecules e.g. proteins, lipids-fats & complex carbohydrates like glycogen
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12. More examples of enzyme controlled reactions
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Be able to describe how enzymes use small molecules to synthesise big molecules e.g. protein synthesis from amino acids, lipid synthesis from fatty acids, carbohydrate synthesis to make starch (plants) or glycogen (animals) from small sugar molecules like glucose.
(Enzymes are also dealt with in my GCSE chemistry notes chemistry - biotechnology)
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