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which if the following best summarizes the relationship between dehydration reactions and hydrolysis?
A & B
the molecular formular for glucose is C6H12O6. what would be the molecular formula for a molecule made by linking 3 glucose molecules together by dehydration reactions?
the bonding if 2 amino acid molecules to form a larger molecule requires
the release of a H2O molecule
which of the following statements is true regarding the molecule illustrated in fig 5.3?
molecules of this type are usually liquid at room temp
there are 20 amino acids. what makes 1 amino acid different from another?
different side chains attached to a alpha carbon
Polysaccarides, lipids, and proteins are similar in that they
are synthesized from monomers by hydrolysis
a particular polypeptide was found to contain 100 amino acids. How many peptide bind are present in this protein?
what is the term used for a change in a proteins 3D shapevor conformation due to disruption of hydrogen bonds, disulfide bridges or ionic bonds?
which of the following descriptions best fits the class of molecules known as nucleotides?
a nitrogeous base, a phosphate group, and a pentose sugar
the difference between the sugar in DNA and the sugar in RNA is that the sugar in DNA
carbon's one less oxygen atoms
which of the following statements best summarizes the structural differences between DNA and RNA
DNA nucleotides contain different sugar than RNA nucleotides
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