Chapter 2 CWP Terms and Definitions

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Chapter 2 CWP Terms and Definitions - Attempt 1 For each of the following questions, select the matching answer from the menu. There are 53 chapter 2 definitions and terms from which the questions will be randomly selected. Pepsin, lipase, amylase, nuclease; (usually a) protein substance which catalyzes chemical reactions by lowering activation energy or exposing binding sites. Most biological reactions require the presence of a ___. any substance which eionizes in an aqueous solution- examples include potassium and sodium ions in blood six most common elements by weight found in living systems; hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, sulphur, and carbon molecule with unequal distribution of electrical charges, resulting in some areas of the molecule containing partial positive charges, and partial negative charges in other areas; molecules containing oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, or sulfur are almost always ___ molecule with unequal distribution of electrical charges, resulting in some areas of the molecule containing partial positive charges, and partial negative charges in other areas; molecules containing oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, or sulfur are almost always the amount of matter that is found in an object (independent of the effect of gravitational effects of other mass (i.e. weight) essential atoms which are vital but total less than 0.1% of the total tissue mass formed when any two or more same or different atoms are joined together by a chemical bond deoxyribose nucleic acid; carrier of genetic information between generations Fat or wax ; includes triglycerides, steroids, and phospholipids element which naturally has complete exterior electron shell making it
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