What is a redox reaction?
A redox reaction is the simultaneous transfer of electrons from one chemical species to another. Redox reactions are composed of two different reactions: oxidation (loss of electrons), and reduction. (gain of electrons).
What are two properties of carbohydrates?
They contain at least one or more chiral carbons, and they have multiple chiral centers,
What are the basic organelles found in eukaryotic cells?
Eukaryotic cells contain: cytoskeletal filaments, centrioles, mitochondria, lysosomes, a nucleolus, a nucleus, peroxisomes, rough and smooth endoplasmic reticulum, cytosol, the golgi apparatus, cytosol, and the plasma membrane.