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Could a nonrigid body be described by a single value of

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Problem 3Q

Problem 3Q

Could a nonrigid body be described by a single value of the angular velocity ω? Explain.

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Chapter 24: Nucleic Acid Structure 4-­‐7-­‐16 Central Dogma: DNA to RNA to Protein Nucleotides are composed of nitrogenous base, a sugar, and a phosphate group Nucleoside: nitrogenous base and sugar only Pyrimidine bases: -­‐ Cytosine, uracil, and thymine Purine Bases: -­‐ Adenosine, and guanine Tautomerization: -­‐ Uracil has possible lactam and lactim forms -­‐ Guanine has possible keto and enol forms Functions Polynucleotides: -­‐ building blocks of DNA and RNA mononucleotides: -­‐ most have ribose with a phos group on C5 -­‐ regulators of metabolism (cAMP and cGMP) -­‐ source of energy -­‐ ATP is used for most metabolic processes -­‐ GTP is used in protein synthesis -­‐ Only phosphate groups transmit energy -­‐ Base portion is signaling part DNA Chargaffs rule: adenine and thymine are 1:1 ration, cytosine and guanine are 1:1 ratio Structure: -­‐ two strands are anti parallel -­‐ backbone is alternating ribose and phosphates -­‐ inside is base pairs -­‐ 3 possible conformations: A, B, and Z -­‐ B is the most common conformation -­‐ Z is the only left handed conformation and relevance is unknown Torodial DNA: -­‐ negatively charged supercoiled DNA Palindrones: -­‐ inverted repeats in DNA sequence; they cause the cruciform tertiary structure Topoisomerases: -­‐ they control supercoiling -­‐ Type 1 breaks one strand of DNA -­‐ Type 2 breaks both strands

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Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
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Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
ISBN: 9780130606204

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