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this is my first time im make aresearch and i need some one to help me about amino acids and protein type,structure and important with picturs
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Well, I would like to say that, When two amino acids combine together, a peptide linkage is formed. Numerous amino acids combine together to form a polypeptide. There are basically 20 amino acids which combine in different arrangement to form different proteins. Some of the amino acids are glycine, alanine, valine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, phenylalanine, threonine and trypthophan.
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Several more of the amino acids are nonessential, If you don’t get them in food, you can manufacture them yourself from fats, carbohydrates and other amino acids. The proteins from plants, grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and seeds often have limited amounts of some amino acids.
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Several more of the amino acids are nonessential, If you don’t get them in food, you can manufacture them yourself from fats, carbohydrates and other amino acids. The proteins from plants, grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts and seeds often have limited amounts of some amino acids.
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