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141 Set 1 - Bio141 Spell F2008 Problem Set I Note: These...

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Bio141 Spell F2008 Problem Set I 1 Note: These Problem Sets provide you a means to test your ability to apply your knowledge to biological questions. It is highly suggested that you work on these on your own, but they do not have to be handed in and will not be graded. Your Biomentors will hold sessions every week for discussion of the topics in these sets, but neither they nor your professor will provide you with the answers. Special thanks to colleagues for ideas and graphics. 1) Below are several biomolecules or parts of molecules. a. Indicate the different functional groups (see Freeman Table 2.3) in the molecules below. Distinguish the different types of groups with different color markers or differently dotted lines. (Add a key at the bottom for the method you used to indicate the different groups.) b. Predict whether the molecules will be polar or nonpolar (Mark with a P or N). c. Indicate if the molecule is amphipathic.
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Bio141 Spell F2008 Problem Set I 2 For each of the statements, circle either (T)rue or (F)alse. If it is false, correct the statement to make it true. The first one is done for you. T / F 2. Acids donate hydrogen ions (actually hydronium ions) to a solution, causing an increase in pH. Acids donate hydrogen ions (actually hydronium ions) to a solution,
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