Review3 - D Microtubules Kinesin A Uses a 2-head...

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Keratin has as its secondary structure a A. Left-handed helix B. Right-handed helix C. Mixture of helices and sheets D. Three-stranded left-handed helix
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The sequence of keratin protein always has a ______ every three amino acids A. P B. G C. K D. None of the above
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Crosslinking in keratin uses the amino acid A. Lysine B. Proline C. Cysteine D. Methionine
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Collagen cross-linking is different from keratin cross- linking in that it is A. Covalent and reversible B. Covalent and irreversible C. Noncovalent and reversible D. Noncovalent and irreversible
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Tubulin polymers A. Are the tracks used by myosin B. Aggregate to form tangles C. Are used in muscle contraction D. Make up the spindle for chromosome segregation
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Actin is the basic component of A. Hair B. Muscle Fbers C. Cartilage D. Microtubules
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Myosin A. Uses a 2-head “walking” mechanism B. Binds tubulin C. Binds and hydrolyzes ATP D. Binds kinesin
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Keratin is the basic component of A. Hair B. Muscle Fbers C. Cartilage
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Unformatted text preview: D. Microtubules Kinesin A. Uses a 2-head “walking” mechanism B. Binds actin C. Binds and hydrolyzes GTP D. Binds collagen Actin A. Is the fastest motor protein on the track B. Binds tubulin C. Binds and hydrolyzes ATP D. Binds kinesin Taxol binds to A. Tubulin B. Actin C. Myosin D. Kinesin Which of the following has a hollow core? A. Keratin B. Actin C. Kinesin D. Collagen Collagen has as its secondary structure a A. Left-handed helix B. Right-handed helix C. Mixture of helices and sheets D. Three-stranded left-handed helix Actin has as its secondary structure a A. Left-handed helix B. Right-handed helix C. Mixture of helices and sheets D. Three-stranded left-handed helix Collagen is a basic component of A. Hair B. Muscle Fbers C. Cartilage D. Microtubules The sequence of collagen protein always has a ______ every three amino acids A. P B. G C. K D. None of the above...
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