(Solved): Question 6 0.5 Pts Match Each Level Of Protein Structure With The Bonds That Define Folding At This ...
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Question 6 0.5 pts Match each level of protein structure with the bonds that define folding at this level. primary structure peptide bonds secondary structure bonds between carboxyl groups tertiary structure quaternary structure [Choose peptide bonds hydrogen bonds bonds between side chains phosphodiester bonds bonds between carboxyl groups of multiple amino acids bonds between multiple poplypeptide chains
Question 5 0.5 pts Two proteins with different amino acid sequences will have: o different primary, secondary, tertiary, and quarternary structures different quarternary structures only different tertiary structures only different secondary structures only different primary structures only
D Question 3 0.5 pts Which of the following is true about the tertiary structure of proteins? Genes fold proteins into their correct tertiary structure Genes determine the amino acid sequence of the protein, which determines its tertiary structure Genes determine which ribosome synthesizes the protein, which determines its tertiary structure Ribosomes fold polypeptides into their correct tertiary structure
The sequence below represents the full sequence of the first exon of the coding strand 5-AGGCATGACCGCACATCTG-3 The first amino acid encoded by this gene is Met. What are the next three? Seond letter 0 Phá UUC UUA 1. UUG Leu CUU cuc CUA CUG) AUU OOCOOCOOCOOC Cys, Gly, His Thr, Pro, Val Arg. His, Asp Val, Tyr, Thr Thr, Ala, His