Carbohydrates Biomolecules biochemistry

Carbohydrates Biomolecules biochemistry
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1.08 GB
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2h 25m


Muhammad Zeeshan


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Carbohydrates Biomolecules biochemistry

What you’ll learn

Carbohydrates a Biomolecules
carbohydrates definition
Different types of carbohydrates, Isomerism, different types of isomerism
characteristics of monosaccharides, disacharides, Oligosaccharides and Polysacchariddes
disacharides, Oligosaccharides and Polysacchariddes and their characteristics

Carbohydrates Biomolecules biochemistry


basic knowledge of chemistry/ biology


Carbohydrates are one of the main classes of nutrients that provide energy to the body. This course will cover the fundamental principles of carbohydrates, including their structures, functions, and metabolism in the body.The course will begin with an introduction to the different types of carbohydrates, including simple sugars, complex carbohydrates, and fiber. The properties of each type of carbohydrate and their roles in human nutrition will be discussed.The course will also cover the digestion and absorption of carbohydrates, as well as their metabolic pathways in the body. Students will learn how carbohydrates are broken down into glucose, which is used as fuel by the body’s cells. The regulation of blood glucose levels and the role of insulin in this process will also be covered.Additionally, the course will discuss the health implications of carbohydrate intake, including the effects of high and low-carbohydrate diets on weight management, diabetes, and other chronic diseases. Students will also learn about carbohydrate metabolism in exercise and sports performance.Throughout the course, students will be introduced to current research on carbohydrates and their effects on human health. The course will also emphasize critical thinking and problem-solving skills, as well as the ability to evaluate scientific evidence related to carbohydrates and nutrition.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction to the Carbohydrates

Lecture 2 what are the carbohydrates and their classification

Lecture 3 isomerism and its classification

Lecture 4 Isomerism Continue

Lecture 5 D and L Forms of Isomerism

Lecture 6 D and L form Isomerism Continues

Lecture 7 D and L form Isomerism Continues

Lecture 8 Optical activity

Lecture 9 cyclic or ring structure of carbohydrates / biomolecules

Lecture 10 cyclic or ring structure of carbohydrates / biomolecules continue

Lecture 11 How Ring Structure of Carbohydrates is formed?

Lecture 12 pyranose and furanoses

Lecture 13 epimers / trioses/ tetroses/ pentoses

Lecture 14 Difference b/w galactose and fructose, sources and hereditary diseases of them

Lecture 15 Properties of Monosaccharides

Lecture 16 Properties of Monosaccharides

Lecture 17 3-Properties of Monosaccharides continue

Lecture 18 Properties of Monosaccharides

Lecture 19 Synthesis of Amino sugar

Lecture 20 how deoxy ribose formed and how glycoside is formed?

Lecture 21 monosaccharides as reducing agent

Lecture 22 Tautomerization

Lecture 23 what are the disaccharides and how it is formed?

Lecture 24 Disaccharides ( lactose and what is intolerance lactose)

Lecture 25 Disaccharides (what are the sucrose and why it is non reducing sugars?)

Lecture 26 oligosaccharides and how it formed

Lecture 27 polysaccharides / glycans

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Course Information:

Udemy | English | 2h 25m | 1.08 GB
Created by: Muhammad Zeeshan

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