PART A: Linking Concepts and Facts
Covalent Bonds and Noncovalent Interactions
1. Covalent bonds between which of the following pairs of atoms are nonpolar?
d. a and b
2. Which of the following is a
Techniques: Supplement Slides
From Lodish 2013
Experimental Figure 3.38 Three commonly used liquid chromatographic techniques separate
proteins on the basis of mass, charge, or affinity for a specific binding partner.
Molecular Cell Biology, 7th Edition
Running Head: EXAM IV PRACTICE ANSWERS
Exam IV Practice Answers
EXAM IV PRACTICE ANSWERS
Q1: Nutrients are gotten from food and they give are very important to the body. Food gives
energy to the animal, repairs muscles and v
Components of a scientific research paper
The title should clearly illustrate the main topic of the research by using specific
keywords that will help us have a better understanding of what we are about to read.
The abstract is basically
Dilution calculation: Exercise 2 spectrophotometers
Calculate the concentration of pNA for each of the samples you will be testing in lab.
V1= H20 volume
M2= unknown concentration of pNA
V2= total volume (H20 in ml + pNA soluti
Km larger, enzyme substrate affinity decreases
Inhibitors-bind and decrease the activity of an enzyme.irreversible and reversible(compete and
Competitive inhibitort- makes less effient in maki
Kinetic analysis of competitive and non-competitive trypsin inhibitor
Trypsin is one of the three principal pancreatic enzymes that are used in protein digestion.
Trypsin is regulated by being made as an inactive form as well by trypsin specifi
Review questions for Exam 1: The point of these questions is for you to get some idea of the
types of questions I ask on exams and for you to see how well you know this information without
the pressure of taking an exam. Keep in mind that I will not give
Review questions for Exam 2: Keep in mind that I will not give you the answers to these
review questions, as that is not the point.
-You are observing an enzyme driven reaction. To the reaction mixture you add a
chemical X which inhibits the reaction. If
The Economics of GMOs
The use of Genetically Modified Foods is one of the most debated topics in
todays health and food industry. GMOs (Genetically Modified Organisms) are
organisms whose genetic material