A plants b animals c fungi

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Unformatted text preview: covalent bonds B. polymers of amino acids held together by ionic bonds between the –NH3+ and –COO-  groups on each amino acid C. polymers held together by hydrogen bonds between the C=O and N- H groups in each amino acid D. None of the above iClicker Question 4: In our simulated proteins, which letter roughly corresponds to where a peptide bond would be in a real protein? B A D: None of the above C iClicker Question 5: In our simulated proteins, which letter roughly corresponds to where a amino terminus could be in a real protein? A D: None of the above B C iClicker Question 6: Consider a protein, protein X. It has a particular amino acid sequence. Which of the following would be likely to have the same 3- d shape as protein X? A. A protein with the same amino acids as protein X in the same order B. A protein with the same amino acids as protein X in reverse order C. A protein with the same amino acids as protein X in random order D. More than one of the above E. None of the above...
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2014 for the course BIO 111 taught by Professor White during the Fall '11 term at University of Massachusetts Boston.

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