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Biological Molecules, Structure and Function

Todd Yetter

Accomplish / Complete assignment for Chapter 3, BLOL 130

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2.a single-ringed nitrogenous base of DNA
7.an example of a complex carbohydrate, this molecule is composed of long chains of glucose monomers
8.a transport protein found in red blood cells
9.a permanent change to a protein caused by heat or change in pH
11.an example of a structural protein
14.long chains of monosaccharide subunits
16.large, complex molecule composed of four rings of carbon-based molecules
17.a polymer of amino acid monomers
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1.a steroid molecule that influences the anatomical and physiological development of female mammals
3.monomers of carbohydrates; "simple sugars"
4.macromolecules that store information and provide the instructions for building proteins
5.a specific section of a DNA molecule that programs the amino acid sequence of a polypeptide
6.the unique sequence of amino acids in a polypeptide chain
10.an example of a typical dietary fat
12.a diverse group of hydrophobic molecules including fats, oils, and steroids
13.the nitrogenous DNA base that always / only pairs with the nitrogenous base cytosine
15.the abbreviation for deoxyribonucleoic acid

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