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hw1 - BIO 5099 Homework Assignment#1 Name Due start of...

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BIO 5099 Homework Assignment #1 Name _____________________________________ Due start of class, Tuesday August 27 th Late assignments are not accepted Assignments may be e-mailed to: [email protected] or [email protected] anytime, or faxed to (303) 556-2889 between 3:00 and 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Define: 1.(1pt) Polymer 2.(1pt) Cell 3.(1pt) Biomolecule 4.(3pts) ___________________ are the macromolecules that contain and transmit information about how to construct ___________________, which are macromolecules that accomplish most of the functions of a cell. This statement is the __________________________ of molecular biology. 5.(2pts) What are two examples of human traits? _________________________________________________________________, _________________________________________________________________ 6.(2pts) What are two characteristics of human beings that are not traits? _________________________________________________________________, _________________________________________________________________ 7.(2pt) The ___________________ is the complete set of inheritable traits, and the ____________________ is the complete set of characteristics of an organism. 8.(2pts) ___________________is the process of creating messenger RNA which in turn goes through ___________________to become a protein. 9.(2pts) Two examples of small molecules are: ___________________ and ___________________ .
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10.(1pt) The most important feature of proteins’ function is their (circle correct choice): a.shape / structure b.sequence c.both a and b are equally important
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