ANOTHER EXAM 1 foundations of biology

ANOTHER EXAM 1 foundations of biology - Sample questions...

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Foundations 301 Part 1: Multiple choice Choose the answer(s) that best fit the statement or question. Circle the letter(s) of the answer(s). There may be more than one correct answer for each question. Be sure to select all of the correct answers. 1. Alpha helices in proteins are stabilized by a. hydrogen bonds b. covalent bonds c. charge-charge interactions d. hydrophobic effects e. none of the above 2. Beta sheets in proteins are stabilized by a. hydrogen bonds b. covalent bonds c. charge-charge interactions d. hydrophobic effects e. none of the above 3. The major driving force for the folding of a polypeptide into its tertiary (3 o ) structure is a. hydrogen bonding b. covalent bonding c. charge-charge interactions d. hydrophobic effects e. Km e. none of the above 4. The forces that stabilize quaternary structure in a protein can be a. charge-charge interactions b. covalent bonds c. hydrogen bonds d. hydrophobic interactions e. none of the above 5. The double helix of DNA involves which of these features? a. purines and pyrimidines
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This note was uploaded on 05/19/2010 for the course BIO 201 taught by Professor Frenkel/cervantes during the Spring '10 term at Rutgers.

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