Bio review 1
Bio review 1 20146
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Date Created: 02/06/16
Cell/Molecular Biology Exam 1 Review 2/8/16 Introduction to Cellular Chemistry Define and give an example. Ionic bond: Covalent bond: Single bond: Double Bond: Polar covalent bond: Hydrophilic: Hydrophobic: Glycosidic bond: Unsaturated: Saturated: Phospholipids: Explain the relationship between monomers and macromolecules. True or False: Double bonds cause kinks in fatty acid tails. State the organic molecules discussed in class and their macromolecules. Protein Structure Define and give an example. Amino-terminus: Carboxyl-terminus: Chaperones: State the three ways to determine protein shape. 1. 2. 3. Name the 8 functions of proteins discussed in class. Explain the differences between an amino-terminus and a carboxyl-terminus. Name and explain the different ways to determine a protein’s shape. What are the different levels of protein structure? Include the shapes. Describe the structure of a protein. Include any bonds and what the side chains determine. What are the roles of chaperones? How Proteins Work Define Ligand: Binding site: Enzyme: 3 Types of Chromatography: True or False: Non-covalent interactions keep ligands from binding to proteins. Explain the primary function of enzymes. What is the difference between an active site and a transition state? What do each of the three types of chromatography show you about proteins? Membranes Define Phospholipid: FRAP: True or false: Hydrophobic molecules are on the outside of a phospholipid bilayer. Why are membranes so fluid and flexible? State and describe the 4 functions of membrane proteins. What is the difference between integral and peripheral membrane proteins?
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