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Cells 1

Cell Macromolecules

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In a condensation (synthesis) reaction, ________, and in this process water is __________. monomers are assembled to produce a polymer.....produced
The __________ __________ is made up of two concentric membranes and is continuous with the membrane of the endoplasmic reticulum. nuclear envelope
All cells have all the following structures except: Cell wall
The alpha helix and the beta pleated sheet are both common forms found in which level of structure of proteins? secondary
Cells of different types can have different chemical requirements. True
Which type of lipid is most important in biological membranes? phospholipids
Glycerol is a three-carbon compound that connects the fatty acid tails with the polar head group in phospholipids. True
Which of the following is a characteristic of eukaryotes but NOT of prokaryotes? The genetic material is surrounded by its own phospholipid bilayer, distinct from the phospholipid bilayer that surrounds the cell
Amino acids in a polypeptide chain (primary protein structure) are linked by: Peptide bonds
All of the following molecules are proteins EXCEPT ribozymes
Disaccharides consist of a sugar covalently linked to another molecule such as an amino acid or a nucleotide. False
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