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Unformatted text preview: primary structure (of a protein) - a protein's specific sequence of linked amino acids.
- the aspects of a protein's three-dimension
tertiary structure (of a protein) and with the surrounding water medium. shape determined by interactions among the variable groups in the same chain with each other
enzyme - any protein that acts as a catalyst for a specific chemical reaction.
permease - any protein that aids in the movement of a specific type of molecule across a cell membrane.
- the enzyme that, in association with an existing single-sided DNA molecule being used as a template to position different
DNA polymerase deoxyribonucleotides, catalyzes the linking of one deoxyribonucleotide to another (forming DNA).
RNA polymerase -ribonucleotidethat, in association with DNA being used as a template to position different ribonucleotides, catalyzes the linking of one
to another (forming RNA).
gene - any segment of a DNA molecule that is transcribed.
a segment of two-sided DNA molecule
promoter -Promoters designate the start of genes....
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- Fall '14