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Biology

Bio 112

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Phospholipids are unique because they: Have Hydrophillic heads and Hydrophobic tails
In the Lipid Bilayer, all of the _________ are sandwiched in between all of the __________? Hydrophobic tails; hydrophillic heads
Muscle Contraction is an active process requiring hydrolysis of ATP. What happens to ATP during muscle contraction ATP is broken down, producing ADP and Phosphate
Which type of fatty acid contains the most hydrogen atoms (assuming their lengths are the same)? Saturated
Triglycerides contain? 1 Glycerol and 3 fatty acids
What cannot cross the phospholipd portion of a cell? Ions, polar
Saturated fats are? Solid at room temp, more likely to cause plaques in blood vessels, contain single covalent bonds between all carbons
Two strands of a DNA molecule are bound to each other with what kind of bonds? Hydrogen bonds
Does Diffusion require ATP? No
Created by: kdelacosta