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Bio review 1

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Principles of Cellular and Molecular Biology
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Notetaker on Saturday February 6, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to 20146 at Indiana University of Pennsylvania taught by Robert Major in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 176 views. For similar materials see Principles of Cellular and Molecular Biology in Biology at Indiana University of Pennsylvania.


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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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