Myoglobin monomeric and hemoglobin tetrameric have

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Unformatted text preview: structure True V. Myoglobin [monomeric] and Hemoglobin [tetrameric] have similar 4o structure 4o structure is about subunits: monomeric ≠ tetrameric ∴false a. All of the above are true b. Only II, III and IV are true c. Only I, II, IV and V are true d. Only I, II, III and IV are true e. Only II and IV are true 23. Ans = A 24. Ans = D 25. Ans = D d. Hemoglobin has four subunits and an allosteric affinity for O2, whereas myoglobin is monomeric and so cannot be allosterically affected 26. Ans = b 27. A...
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2013 for the course BIO 4331 taught by Professor Jonklaas during the Spring '11 term at Baylor.

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