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The story of selenocysteine is revealed in the Selenium section in Chapter 10. Modified amino acids that are not part of polypeptides may be formed by modification of one of the classical amino acids. 5 Classification of Amino Acids According to Dietary Need . . . Indispensable Dispensable Leucine Isoleucine Valine Phenylalanine Tryptophan Histidine Threonine Methionine Lysine Aspartic acid Asparagine Glutamic acid Glutamine Glycine Alanine Serine Cysteine Proline Arginine Tyrosine (modified arginine), and homocysteine (modified methionine).
More specificall~ this organelle catalyzes the breakdown of organic nutrients and, in a manner that is coupled with oxygen 32 1 Classification of Biological Structures utilization, the synthesis of adenosine triphosphate (ATP). ATP is a small molecule that is used as a source of energy by thousands of different reactions in the cell. Each molecule of ATP may be thought of as a portable battery that can be used anywhere in the cell to drive a specific chemical reaction. Utilization of the ATP results in its conversion to adenosine diphosphate (ADP) plus inorganic phosphate (Pi).
A 16-carbon aliphatic group (top), 16-carbon aliphatic group bearing several desaturations (center), and an aromatic group (bottom) are shown. 11 Phosphatidylcholine: an amphipathic molecule. Phosphatidylcholine is a diglyceride. It contains a glycerol backbone, two molecules of fatty acid, and a molecule of choline phosphate. The choline phosphate group is not linked to the central carbon of glycerol. " In a micelle, the tails face inward and the water-soluble ends face outward, making the surface hydrophilic and the interior lipophilic.