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1

What re the four levels of a protein structure?

1 based on DNA sequence2 due to h bonds in the back bone not in the R group3 R group has many interactions4 protein sub units interacting with one another

2

What are the three main shapes of a protein?

Helix and sheet and linear

3

What is a denatured protein?

A protein that has been unfolded and therefore loses it's function

4

What are chaperons?

Proteins in cells that help fold slow folding or denatured proteins

5

Know the components of translation

Ok

6

What are the two main units of a ribosome?

The large subunit and the small subunit

7

Know the structure of tRNA and why the anticodon is 3' to 5'

Ok

8

Know how to use the standardized amino acids table 4.1

Ok

9

Define wobble

5' base in the tRNA anti codon that can base pair with multiple bases at the 3' position in the codon

10

Know the difference between pro and eukaryotic translation

Ok

11

Know the structure of the hydrophobic amino acids, hydrophillic and special.

Hydrophobic are mostly C and HHydrophillic are mostly O and N