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Unformatted text preview: Bio 20A Supplementary Problems for Carbon and molecular Diversity 4/1/08 1 of 5 1. Identify the functional groups present in the urea molecule (see text Fig. 51.3; p. 1096). 2. Identify the asymmetric carbon atom or atoms in the molecule below, if any. Bio 20A Supplementary Problems for Carbon and molecular Diversity 4/1/08 2 of 5 3. I made up the imaginary molecule below to display all the functional groups in Fig. 3.1. Draw a line from the name of the functional group on the right to its occurrence in the structure. Notice that the functional groups are shown in the ionic form that would predominate at pH7. I also made an intentional mistake in the structure. Indicate the location of the mistake. Bio 20A Supplementary Problems for Carbon and molecular Diversity 4/1/08 3 of 5 4. The normal form of a certain protein has the amino acid Lysine at position 86 (Lys 86 ) in the chain. There are two altered (mutant) forms of the protein, one with Arginine, the other withchain....
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This note was uploaded on 09/15/2011 for the course BIO 20a taught by Professor Dalby during the Spring '08 term at UCSC.

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