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Quiz 2_key - Amino:-NH2 Carbonyl:-C=O Carboxyl:-COOH...

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Name_____________________________________________________ Quiz 2 1. What is the basis of all interactions between molecules in a cell? Electrostatic attractions 2. List the 4 types of macromolecules in a cell; including name of the macromolecule, subunit, polymer, and bond. Macromolecule name Subunit Polymer Linking Bond Carbohydrate Monosaccharide Polysaccharide Glycosidic Protein Amino Acid Polypeptide Peptide Nucleic acid Nucleotide Nucleic acid Phosphodiester Lipid NA NA NA 3. What is the emergent property that arises as a result of the amphipathic nature of fatty acids? The formation of a semi-permeable hydrophobic membrane. 4. Draw the structure of a generic deoxyribonucleotide: 5. Draw the structure of a generic ribonucleoside: 6. Draw the generic structure of a phospholipid. 7. List the formulas of the major functional groups found in cell biology:
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Unformatted text preview: Amino:-NH2 Carbonyl:-C=O Carboxyl:-COOH Hydroxyl:-OH Methyl:-CH3 Phosphoryl:-PO3 2-Name_____________________________________________________ Quiz 2 8. What do V max and K M each represent? V max : The reaction rate when all active sites on an enzyme are occupied K M : The equilibrium constant when an enzyme works at half of its maximum capacity. 9. Draw the structure of a generic amino acid, using R instead of a specific side chain. 10. List the 1-letter abbreviations for the following amino acids: Aspartic acid: D Lysine: K Serine: S Glycine: G Tryptophan: W Signature: ______________________________________________________________________...
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