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Grade 10 Macromolecules
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Grade 12 Macromolecules

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Grade 12 Macromolecules

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Grade 12 Macromolecules

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How does the tertiary structure of a protein differ from the secondary structure?
  1. The tertiary structure has a 3D shape, while the secondary structure is often folded or pleated.
  2. The tertiary structure is made of two or more polypeptides, while the secondary structure is made form only one polypeptide.
  3. The tertiary structure is pleated into an alpha helix, while the secondary structure is completely linear.
  4. The tertiary structure is a sequence of amino acids, while the secondary structure contains several polypeptides.
Grade 6 Skin, Skeleton, and Muscles
Muscles are made almost entirely of                .
  1. carbohydrates
  2. protein
  3. vitamins
  4. oil
  5. minerals
Grade 9 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Which of the following is the correct pathway for protein synthesis?
  1. DNA, RNA, protein synthesis
  2. protein synthesis, RNA, DNA
  3. DNA, protein synthesis, RNA
Grade 12 Macromolecules

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Which of these describes the quarternary protein structure?
  1. coiled regions folded into a 3-D shape
  2. two or more polypeptides bound to each other
  3. a linear sequence of amino acids
  4. sequences of amino acids bonded with hydrogen bonds
Grade 6 Respiration, Digestion, and Excretion
Grade 9 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Which of the following correctly lists the order of protein synthesis?
  1. transcription, translation, replication
  2. replication, translation, transcription
  3. replictation, transcription, translation
Grade 9 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
Grade 10 DNA, RNA, and Genetics
College Nervous and Endocrine Systems
What does the binding of epinephrine to its receptor activate?
  1. K protein
  2. G protein
  3. D protein
  4. A protein
Grade 11 Cell Structure and Function
Which type of protein could be most easily removed from the cell membrane during a laboratory experiment?
  1. integral proteins
  2. channel proteins
  3. gated channel proteins
  4. peripheral proteins
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