Quiz #1 - 1. 2009 Quiz 1-Question 1 Which of the following...

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1. 2009 Quiz 1--Question 1 Which of the following statements about amino acids is false? Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. Asparagine is an acidic amino acid. 100% 2. Lysine and histidine are both basic amino acids, and lysine is more strongly basic than histidine. 3. Leucine, valine, and alanine are all hydrophobic amino acids. 4. Peptide bonds involving proline place local limitations on the ability of a protein to fold. 5. Tryptophan has a large, bulky side chain. Score: 0.2/0.2 2. 2009 Quiz 1--Question 2 Inosine is a purine that is identical to adenine, except that the amine group attached to carbon 6 is replaced with a keto group. If inosine were incorporated into double stranded DNA, how many hydrogen bonds could it form with cytosine and how many with thymine? How many repulsive ionic interactions would occur between inosine and cytosine, and how many would occur between inosine and thymine?
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Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback 1. hydrogen bonds: 1 with thymine, 3 with cytosine repulsive interactions: 1 with thymine, 0 with cytosine They messed up this question so they put all answers as right. 2. hydrogen bonds: 2 with thymine, 3 with cytosine repulsive interactions: 0 with thymine, 1 with cytosine 3. hydrogen
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This note was uploaded on 09/12/2011 for the course SCIENCE bio 200 taught by Professor Roy during the Fall '11 term at McGill.

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Quiz #1 - 1. 2009 Quiz 1-Question 1 Which of the following...

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