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Biochemistry Task 2 Emily Vargas ID #000476269 November 15, 2015
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Requirements: A. Add an original model of an essential amino acid (e.g., lysine, threonine) that shows the atoms and bonds in both the backbone and the side chain.
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Serine
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B. Add an original diagram, or series of simple diagrams, with clear labels, of the different levels of protein structure (i.e., primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary).
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C. Add an original diagram, or series of simple diagrams, that demonstrates how a peptide bond is made through dehydration, using a complete chemical equation.
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D. Create an original diagram, or series of simple diagrams, that demonstrates how a peptide bond is broken through hydrolysis, using a complete chemical equation.
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E. Explain the four forces (i.e., bonds or interactions) that stabilize a protein’s structure at the tertiary level. There are four forces that stabilize a protein’s 3-dimensional structure at the tertiary level. The four types of bonds are known as covalent bonds , ionic bonds , Van de Waals , and hydrophobic (Wolfe, 2000).
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