Match the phrases I-VI with options A-D below.
I) Final three-dimensional packaging of all three regions of a single polypeptide chain
II) Packing together of two or more adjacent folded sections within a contiguous piece of polypeptidechain (found to occur in many unrelated proteins)
III) Regular three dimensional folding pattern (repeating pi, psi values) of a contiguous segment of polypeptide chain
IV) Binding together and arrangement of separately folded polypeptide chains (subunits)
VI) Globular cluster of noncontiguous segments of polypeptide chain to form a unique, identifiable region of protein© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 6:15 pm ad1c9bdddf
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I) Final three-dimensional packaging of all three regions of a single polypeptide chain- B.TERTIARY
II) Packing together of two or more adjacent folded sections ...
The solution matches different proteins to their structure (secondary, tertiary, etc.) and clearly and concisely explains why these matches are made. Also, there is attached a written explanation of what in a protein determines its structure that is augmented with illustrative diagrams.
Matching structures and major organic products along with Stolle Synthesis
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Match the structures in the attachment to:
1. a pyrimidine nucleotide
2. RNA base sequence with guanine at the 3' end.
3. DNA base sequence with cytosine at the 3' end.
5. a purine nucleoside
6. DNA sequencing method for the human genome
7. RNA base sequence complementary to the DNA base sequence which codes for Leu-Ala Phe: CTAGCATTT
8. 2'-doeoxyadenosine 5'-phosphate
9. process by which mRNA directs protein synthesis.
10. The process invented in 1986 which allows multiple copies of a given DNA sequence to be produced is:
a. the polymerase chain reaction.
b. the Sanger dideoxy method.
c. the Maxam-Gilbert method.
d. the restriction endonuclease reaction.
Indole derivatives may be synthesized by reaction of arylamines with haloacid chlorides followed by cyclization of the resulting amides with aluminum chloride in a process known as the Stolle Synthesis
11. The first step of the Stolle Synthesis is an example of:
a. an electrophilic aromatic substituteion reaction
b. a nucleophilic acyl substitution reaction
c. a nucleophilic aromatic substitution reaction
d. a SN2 reaction
12. Refer to Stolle Synthesis. The second step of the Stolle Synthesis is an example of:
a. an electrophilic aromatic substitution reaction
b. a nucleophilic acyl subtitution reaction
c. a nucleophilic aromatic subsitution reaction
d. a SN2 reaction
13-15: Give the major organic product in the reactions in the attachment.View Full Posting Details