C). nutritionally essential fatty acids. 2Q.18. A): Give the chemistry of sucrose and lactose.1,1B): What is lactose intolerance? 2Q.19: Describe oxidation and reduction of monosaccharides along with examples.Describe important functions of hyaluronic acid in body? 1+1Q.20: what are glycosaminoglycans (GAGs)? Enumerate various classes of GAGs. 1, 3.Q.21: A female patient was brought to outdoor department with generalized edemawhich was of gradual onset. She belonged to a poor family having six children.The youngest one was 1 year of age and was being breastfed. On clinicalexamination she looked pale and malnourished. Her heart was normal with nohistory of blood pressure (hypertension). Her labs showed low plasma albuminlevels (proteins). Explain biochemical cause of edema in this patient. 5Q.22: classify amino acids on the basis of their side chains(R groups). What are
standar6d and non standard amino acids”? 3, 1.
Q.23: Classify amino acids on the basis of their side chains (R groups). What arestandard and non standard amino acids? 3, 1.Q.24: what is the role of amino acid side chain (R group) in protein folding?Briefly describe the relationship of protein structure to its functions. Give at leastone example. 2Q.25: a). What is selenocsteine? Write down its significance. 1.5B). A young girl consulted nutritionist to discuss about vegetarian diet to looseweight. He advised her diet which contained sufficient amount of essential aminoacids along with carbohydrates, fat, proteins, vitamins and minerals. He alsoadvised that she must take six classes of water daily, so that she can keep up goodhealth.I). What do you understand by nutrition ally essential amino acids? 0.5Ii). Enlist essential amino acids for humans? 1.5Iii). Which of the essential amino acids contains sulphur in its structure? 0.25Iv). Which of the essential amino acids is purely ketogenic? 0.25