bio lec pt 3
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the overall result of mitosis is that a single diplod cell gives rise to?
the most abundant molecules in membranes are?
when an electron is TRANSFERRED from one atom to another and the two are then electrically attracted to each other a ?(a) bond is formed
when atoms SHARE an electons, the bond is called?(b)
substances that are repelled by water are?
- hydrophobic, non-polar
substances that attracted by water are called?
the common energy molecule that drives cellular processes is?
ATP from glucose in mitochondria
which substance is the most common in the cells of the body?
a hydrogen ion consist of?
proton only H+
contains both a carboxyl and an amine group?
what are 4 kinds of carbohydrates?
- chitin (in insects and fungi)
prokaryotic (bacteria) have? (3)
- cell membrane
- no nucleas
adding acid to water lowers ?(a) and raises ?(b)
the individual nature of amino acids is determined primarily by the?
- R variable
- functioanl group
standard small groups of atoms on molecules that help to determine the molecules properties are? (7)
- functional groups
- PO4= phosphate
large molecules are taken apart by which process?
names of common proteins? (8)
- snake venom
a chemical reaction can not change?
one element into another; unearth
stable assembly of 2 or more atoms is called?
small, membrane enclosed structures within cells that perform specific tasks are?
adding acid to water
lowers pH; adding base to water
the common energy molecules, used to produce energy molecules that drive cellular processes are?
which part of the phospholipid molecule would be facing the environment ouside the cell?
the nucleas of an atom has?
protons and neutrons
small molecules are put together by which process?
- dehydration condensation
wich common carbihydrate has a type of arrangement of chemical bonds which makes it indigestible for most organisms? (2)
- cellulose; found in plants
- chitin; found in insects and fungi
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