Anatomy quiz 1.txt

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Anatomy quiz 1.txt
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    • author "Kenny"
    • tags ""
    • description "Cells"
    • fileName "Anatomy test 1"
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    • Saturated-no double bond- used for energy
    • Saturated fat
  1. Unsaturated- provided in diet- one or more double bond carbon- better for you
    Unsaturated fat
  2. Tertiary- bend folds R group

    Quaternary- two or more protien chain
    Levels of protien structure
  3. Primary- arrangements of amino acids

    Secondary- R 1 group links for hydrogen bonds

    Alpha- helix

    Beta
    4 levels of protien structure
  4. List in orders

    Atoms
    Molecules
    Organelles
    Cellular level
    tissue level
    Organ system level
    Organism level
    Organizational hierarchy of matter, cells, tissue, organs
  5. Water, salts, acids and bases, non-living, usually no carbon, ionic bonds
    Inorganic molecules
  6. Living
    Carbon in central molecule
    Covalent bonds
    Large molecule
    Carbs, lipids, protien, nulciec acids
    organic molecules
  7. glyco lipids-attach sugar groups
    cholesteral- stabilizes
    clycocalyz- cell marker
    phospholipid bilayer
    plasma membrane
  8. sequence of triplets that codes for one protien
    gene
  9. how thiungs work at the molecular level
    physiology
  10. charged particles
    ion
  11. 8 in the outer most shell
    2 in the inner most shell
    electron shells
  12. to "cut up" study of structure
    anatomy
  13. relatively stable internal conditions
    homeostasis
  14. 0-7 acid
    7 neutral
    7-14 basic

    body= 7.35- 7.45
    ph scale


    ph of human body
  15. sequence of three nucleotides that codes for one amino acid
    triplet
  16. sequence of mRNA that is equivalent to DNA triplet
    codon
  17. RNA makes protien
    translation
  18. DNA makes RNA
    transcription

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