Its primary structure c its secondary structure d its

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Unformatted text preview: d. Ala e. Gly 6. What ultimately defines a protein’s structure and function? a. Its amino acid sequence b. Its primary structure c. Its secondary structure d. Its tertiary structure e. Its quaternary structure 7. What is an alipathic molecule? a. A charged molecule b. A polar molecule c. A molecule with a hydrocarbon chain d. A molecule which contains an aromatic hydrocarbon ring e. A molecule with both hydrophobic and hydrophilic regions 8. A peptide bond: a. Is formed between the amino group of one amino acid and the carboxyl group of another b. Is an ionic bond c. Is created by a hydration reaction d. Is formed between R ­groups e. All of the above 9. Proline is important in a beta turn because: a. Its charged R group is involved in hydrogen bonding b. Its hydrophobic R group required it to be in the core of a protein c. Its R group shape enables the introduction...
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