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Biological Molecule

Proteins

QuestionAnswer
Amino Acids Has a central carbon atom bonded to a hydrogen atom and three other functional groups
Enzyme Speed up chemical reactions in the body by lowering the activation energy needed
Hormones Chemical messenger of the body regulating metabolism, homeostasis, growth and development
Peptide Bond Covalent bonds that join two amino acids
Plasma Liquid portion of blood
Primary Proteins Linear sequence of amino acids linked by peptide bonds via dehydration synthesis
Primary Structure
Proteins Polymers with amino acid monomers
Quaternary Proteins Made of two or more tertiary proteins
Quaternary Structure
R-Group
Secondary Proteins
Tertiary Proteins a three-dimensional structure created by a secondary protein that has folded back upon itself
Tertiary Structure
Created by: Raquel Wicks