What are identical in structure to centrioles Basal Bodies What organelle

What are identical in structure to centrioles basal

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What are identical in structure to centrioles?
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What organelle produces hydrogen peroxide as a by-product What is a trace element required by most living organisms? What does the term electron orbital describe? Van der Waals interactions Attractions between such transient positive and negative charges The unequal sharing of electrons within a water molecule makes the water molecule_____ Polar A water molecule gained an hydrogen ion from another water molecule ...... Hydronium Structural Isomers The two molecules differ in the covalent bond relationships among their atoms. Cis Isomers These molecules differ in how their atoms are arranged about a double bond. Enantiomers Mirror images; need an asymmetric carbon! Amino Group NH4+, polar, basic Phosphate Group PO4-, polar acidic Carboxyl Group COOH-, polar, acidic Carbonyl Group COOH, polar, ketone/aldehydes Hydroxyl Group OH, polar, alcohol, Sulfhydryl Group SH, polar, thiol Methyl Group CH3, non polar, Amino acids are the monomers of... Proteins Nucleotides are the monomers of .... Nucleic Acids Where does the formation of polypeptides form (between which functional groups of amino acids)? Between the carboxyl group and the amino group Dehydration Synthesis Reaction that binds monomers to form polymers through the removal of a water molecule Hydrolysis Reaction that breaks polymers to form monomers through the addition of a water molecule Saturated vs Unsaturated Saturated only have single bonds while unsaturated have at least one double bond Hydrogenation? Adding of hydrogens to unsaturated fats for storage purposes Ester linkage Occurs between glycerol and fatty acid thx to dehydration synthesis Peptide Linkage Occurs between amino acids thx to dehydration synthesis Formula for Cellular Respiration C6H126+6O2=> 6CO2+6H2O+ Energy Which part of the adenosine triphosphate molecule is released when it is hydrolyzed to provide energy for biological reactions?
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When a compound donates (loses) electrons, that compounds becomes ________. Also known as an electron When a compound accepts (gains) electrons, that compound becomes ______. Also known as an electron ReducedWHERE does glycolysis occur?
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