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Unformatted text preview: Name: Building Blocks Status : Completed Score: 1 out of 1.2 points Instructions: Do it by yourself. Use your notes and Powerpoint. Due Monday Sept 3 at 10 pm. Question 1 0.1 of 0.1 points What are the 4 major families of small molecules? Selected Answer: Sugars, nucleotides, amino acids, fatty acids Question 2 0.1 of 0.1 points Which of these properties could be found in one of the R groups of amino acids? Selected Answer: All of the above Question 3 0.1 of 0.1 points DNA can be "printed" into precise patterns at a micron scale Selected Answer: True Question 4 0.1 of 0.1 points Where would you find amino acids with hydrophilic R groups in the 3D structure of a protein Selected Answer: on the surface of the protein adjacent to the aqueous environment Question 5 0.1 of 0.1 points The primary structure of the protein refers to its Selected Answer: amino acid sequence Question 6 0.1 of 0.1 points What is a peptide bond? Selected Answer: Covalent bond that attaches two amino acids together Question 7 0.1 of 0.1 points Fatty acids Selected Answer: All of the above Question 8 0.1 of 0.1 points The functions of proteins include Selected Answer: All of the above Question 9 0 of 0.1 points The bond that forms in a condensation reaction between two nucleotides is termed a Selected Answer: peptide bond Question 10 0.1 of 0.1 points Thymidine forms 2 hydrogen bonds with...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2009 for the course BME bme 111 taught by Professor C.pauken during the Fall '07 term at ASU.
- Fall '07