9-10 Homework - npolar.Region A are a lipiddetermine this...

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npolar. The carbons are what determine this regions properties. gen at the end of the chain causes this region to have these properties. Region A Region B Region A Region B er. I know this because a lipid bilayer is made of two layers of phospholipids and the “head” or phosphate region is hydrophilic. water. I know this because a lipid bilayer is made of two layers of phospholipids and the “tail” or fatty acid chain is hydrophobic. Intro Bio 151 Discussion Homework; week of 9/14-9/18 Name: Joshua Litwicki INSTRUCTIONS: Discussion Homework will be periodically collected and graded. In most weeks, however, completion of the discussion homework before discussion section will enable you to more fully participate in discussion, and to help prepare you for the activities (graded and ungraded) that you will do in discussion. Please type your answers! 1. Life as we know it could not exist without water . All the chemical reactions of life occur in aqueous solution . Water molecules are polar and are capable of forming hydrogen bonds with other polar or charged molecules . As a result, water has the following properties: H 2 O molecules are cohesive. H 2 O molecules are adhesive. Water is a liquid at normal physiological (or body) temperatures. Water’s greatest density occurs at 4°C. Explain how these properties of water are related to the phenomena described in parts a–g below. More than one property may be used to explain a given phenomenon.
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