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ch17 review - Revised(corrected typos on page 6 Review of...

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1 Revised April 27, 2010 (corrected typos on page 6) Review of chapter 17 Learn classification of biological molecules Amino acids Proteins Fatty acids Saturated fatty acid Unsaturated fatty acid Glycerol (biological alcohol) Fat Phospholipid DNA RNA Learn to recognize whether a nucleotide sequence corresponds to DNA or RNA AAACCCUGGGUACCC RNA TAAGCTAAGGTT DNA Learn the hydrogen bonding schemes Learn to write the complementary sequence of a DNA strand (We have to keep track of the orientation of the DNA strands) What is the complementary strand of the following DNA sequence? DNA 5' TAAGCTAAGGTT 3' Complementary strand 3' ATTCGATTCCAA 5' ______________________________________________________________ Amino acids and Proteins Why amino acids are important? Cells use amino acids to synthesize proteins. Various proteins carry the various functions needed in cells, in living systems.
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