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- Alanine : The second smallest of the twenty common amino acids used by living organisms to build proteins.
- Amino acid : Biochemical with an amino group, a carboxyl group, a hydrogen atom, and a side chain bonded to a central carbon.
- Arginine : A positively charged common amino acid, incorporated into proteins.
- Asparagine : One of the twenty common amino acids used by living organisms to build proteins. It is neutral but polar.
- Aspartic acid : One of the common amino acids incorporated into proteins. It is charged, polar, and hydrophilic.
- Cell (biology) : The basic unit of life, consisting of biochemical networks enclosed by a membrane.
- Cell membrane : The outer surface of a cell which encloses its contents.
- Cysteine : One of the twenty common amino acids and one of two that contains a sulfur atom.
- Detergent : A surfactant which emulsifies chemicals; commonly used as laundry detergents, shampoos and degreasers.
- Essential oils : A concentrated, hydrophobic liquid containing volatile aroma compounds from plants, with a distinctive scent, or essence.
- Evolution of cells : The birth of cells marked the passage from pre-biotic chemistry to partitioned units resembling modern cells.
- Glutamic acid : One of the 20 common amino acids and one of two acidic amino acids.
- Glutamine : A polar, neutral amino acid, the amide version of glutamic acid.
- Glycine : The smallest of the twenty common amino acids used by living organisms to build proteins.
- Histidine : One of the twenty common α-amino acids used by living organisms to build proteins.
- Hydrophilic : A physical property of a molecule that can transiently bond with water (H2O) through hydrogen bonding.
- Isoleucine : One of the twenty common amino acids used by living organisms to build proteins.
- Leucine : An aliphatic, non-polar, hydrophobic amino acids incorporated into proteins.
- Lipid : Group of organic compounds, including the fats, oils, waxes, sterols, and triglycerides, that are insoluble in water but soluble in nonpolar organic solvents, and together with carbohydrates and proteins constitute the principal structural material of living cells.
- Lysine : A positively charged amino acid used by living systems to build proteins.
- Macromolecular chemistry : The study of the physical, biological and chemical structure, properties, composition, and reaction mechanisms of macromolecules.
- Methionine : One of two common amino acids used in proteins that contain a sulfur atom.
- Microbial cell and population biology : The study of the cell biology of microorganisms, microbial interactions, signaling and evolutionary adaptations, multicellular-microorganisms and communities such as biofilms.
- Phenylalanine : An aromatic amino acid incorporated into proteins.
- Phospholipase : Enzyme of four major classes, that hydrolyzes phospholipids into fatty acids and other lipophilic substances.
- Proline : A cyclic, non-polar amino acid used in proteins.
- Protein structure : The structure of a protein, consisting of primary, secondary and tertiary structures.
- Protein : A polymer of amino acids; basic building block of living systems.
- Serine : One of three hydroxylated amino acids used in protein synthesis; subject to phosphorylation.
- Threonine : One of three hydroxylated amino acids in proteins; it may be phosphorylated
- Tryptophan : One of four common aromatic amino acids in proteins.
- Tyrosine : One of four common aromatic amino acids use in protein synthesis; it may be phosphorylated.
- Valine : One of the twenty common amino acids used by living organisms to build proteins. It is aliphatic and non-polar.
- Vitamin K : It denotes a group of 2-methilo-naphthoquinone derivatives that acts as a lipid co-factor for hemostasis.