110 Q#2 F09 Lec Ans

110 Q#2 F09 Lec Ans - Biology110Quiz#2F09LectureAnswers 1.

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Biology 110 Quiz #2 F09 Lecture Answers 1. What type of bonds would you expect to see linking individual nucleotides together? A. Peptide bonds B. Hydrogen bonds C. Glycosidic bonds D. Phosphodiester bonds E. Ionic bonds 1. What type of bonds would you expect to see linking individual nucleotides together? A. Peptide bonds B. Hydrogen bonds C. Phosphodiester bonds D. Glycosidic bonds E. Ionic bonds 2. How many hydrogen bonds are expected to form between nucleotides on opposite strands of DNA if  the sequence of one strand is AATAAT? A. 6 B. 8 C. 12 D. 14 E. 18 2. How many hydrogen bonds are expected to form between nucleotides on opposite strands of DNA if  the sequence of one strand is AATAAT? A. 18 B. 14 C. 12 D. 8 E. 6 3. What parts actively participate in linking amino acids together? A. The –OH from the amino terminus and the -H from the carboxy terminus B. The –OH from the R group and the -H from the carboxy terminus
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110 Q#2 F09 Lec Ans - Biology110Quiz#2F09LectureAnswers 1.

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