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A&P CH4 key terms

A&P CH4 Cellular Metabolism

TermDefinition
aerobic process requiring oxygen.
anabolism metabolic process by which larger molecules are synthesized from smaller ones
anaerobic process that proceeds without oxygen
anticodon three contiguous nucleotides of a transfer RNA molecule that are complementary to a specific mRNA codon
catabolism metabolic process that breaks down large molecules into smaller ones
codon set of three nucleotides of a messenger RNA molecule corresponding to a particular amino acid
dehydration synthesis anabolic process that joins small molecules by releasing the equivalent of a water molecule
enzyme a protein that catalyzes a specific biochemical reaction
gene portion of a DNA molecule that encodes information to synthesize a protein, a control sequence, or tRNA or rRNA; the unit of inheritance
hydrolysis enzymatically adding a water molecule to split a molecule into smaller portions
oxidation process by which oxygen combines with another chemical; the removal of hydrogen or the loss of electrons; the opposite of reduction
replication production of an exact copy of a DNA molecule
substrate the substance upon which an enzyme acts
Created by: djhockett5