5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- what are proteins?
- nitrogenous bases consist of a double or single ring of __________and ______________atoms
- what are macromolecules
- what are protein-protein interactions
- the four nitrogenous bases present in DNA are__________,___________,____,and______
- a proteins are polymers essential to nearly all life processes
- b large molecules that are form by joining smaller molecules together
- c nitrogen
- d when one protein binds to another, this is called a protein- protein interaction
- e 1. adenine
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 1.carbon containing molecules can form isomer.
2. carbon can form four covalent bonds.
3. carbon can create double and triple bonds.
- polymers are broken down one monomer at a time by the addition of water.
5 True/False Questions
2. metabolic enzymes
4.DNA → 1. transmission of genetic information to daughter cells
2. transfer of genetic information into protein
3. store of genetic information
4. decoding genetic information
why do phospholipids arrage into bilayers → when one protein binds to another, this is called a protein- protein interaction
isomers have identical bonding, but the atoms are positioned differently, resulting mirror images. → structural
what are molecules that have identical molecular formulas but different structures called? → isomers
rank the following polysaccharides of glucose in order od most branched form to least branches form. → starch