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which of the following statements concerning polymers is not true
both b and c
you are a biochemist and have recently disvovered a new macromolecule. Studies of the bond types found reveal many hydogen and peptide bonds. You most likely found what molecule
protein
an x heliz is an example of which level of protein structure
secondary
you have isolated a monomer with the following components a phosphate group, sugar, and a nitrogen-containg base. Polymers synthesized from this monomer belong to what class of macromolecule
nucleic acid
cellulose and starch are composed of the same monomers. which of the following results in therir being stuctuall and functionally different
they have differnt types of glycosidic linkages
the double helix formation of DNA is due to
hydrogen bonds
the first biological catalyst may have been
a ribozyme
what characteristic of phospholipids allows them to form a bilayer
they have a hydrophobic fatty acid tail
what would you expect to be true of the r groups of amino acids located on the surface of protein molecules found w/in the interior of biolocial membranes
the r groups would be hydrophobic
which of the following characterictics differentiate carbs from other macromolecule types
carbs consist of a carbon bonded to hydorgen and a hydroxl group
amino acids are linked together into proteins by which of the following bond types
peptide bonds
triglycerides are synthesized from
fatty acids and glycerol
the pairing of purines with pyrimidines to create a double stranded DNA molecule is called
complementary base pairing
cellouse and starch are composed of the same monomers. which of the following results in their being strucurally and functionally differnt
they have different typesf of glycosidic linkages
you have isolated a monomer with the following commponests. Polymers are syntehsized from this monomer belong to what class of macromolecile
nucleic acid