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bio204.s1.d27

cava bio 204 s1.d27 2.16 Levels of Protein Structure

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Proteins have [...] levels of structure. Proteins have four levels of structure.
A protein is a large molecule made of two or more [p-] chains. A protein is a large molecule made of two or more polypeptide chains.
Each polypeptide is made up of chains of [...] acids—molecules composed of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen. Each polypeptide is made up of chains of amino acids—molecules composed of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen.
The four structural levels of proteins: 1. Primary Structure: [...] 2. Secondary Structure 3. Tertiary Structure 4. Quaternary Structure The four structural levels of proteins: 1. Primary Structure: amino acid sequence 2. Secondary Structure 3. Tertiary Structure 4. Quaternary Structure
The four structural levels of proteins: 1. Primary Structure: 2. Secondary Structure: [...] of close-regions caused by [...] bonds between amino acids 3. Tertiary Structure 4. Quaternary Structure The four structural levels of proteins: 1. Primary Structure: 2. Secondary Structure: folding of close-regions caused by hydrogen bonds between amino acids 3. Tertiary Structure 4. Quaternary Structure
The four structural levels of proteins: 1. Primary Structure 2. Secondary Structure 3. Tertiary Structure: Folding of [...] regions cased by bonds between [...] of amino acids 4. Quaternary Structure The four structural levels of proteins: 1. Primary Structure 2. Secondary Structure 3. Tertiary Structure: Folding of distant regions cased by bonds between R-groups of amino acids 4. Quaternary Structure
The four structural levels of proteins: 1. Primary Structure 2. Secondary Structure 3. Tertiary Structure 4. Quaternary Structure: how [...] fit together The four structural levels of proteins: 1. Primary Structure 2. Secondary Structure 3. Tertiary Structure 4. Quaternary Structure: how two or more polypeptide chains fit together
Individuals with the inherited disorder called [...]-cell anemia have red blood cells with a sickle shape that causes them to get stuck in small blood vessels. Individuals with the inherited disorder called sickle-cell anemia have red blood cells with a sickle shape that causes them to get stuck in small blood vessels.
Sickle-shaped blood cells are caused by a change in just [...] of the amino acids in the hemoglobin molecule. Sickle-shaped blood cells are caused by a change in just one of the amino acids in the hemoglobin molecule. (it should be glutamic acid, but in sickle cells, it's usually valine)
A sickle is a harvesting tool. It's basically a crescent-shaped knife used to cut bunches of grain or other plant crops. The sickle and star were symbols on the flag of the [...]. A sickle is a harvesting tool. It's basically a crescent-shaped knife used to cut bunches of grain or other plant crops. The sickle and star were symbols on the flag of the Soviet Union.
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