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Proteins
Proteins have many functions...
· Membrane carriers and pores (e.g in active transport ­
molecules are allowed through the membrane by using
channel and carieer proteins).
· Enzymes
· Hormones
· Antibodies
Proteins are important for...
Growth and repair…read more

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Amino acids are the monomers of
proteins
DRAW AN AMINO ACID…read more

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Amino acids are the monomers of
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Amino acids are the monomers of
proteins
All amino acids have an amino group at one end
and an acid group at the other with carbon in
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Amino acids are the monomers of
proteins
Only the R Group differs
How many R groups are there?
20
So... there are 20 amino acids!…read more

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Comments

Chinenye

thanks. It's very helpful. Tells you everything you need to know about proteins in a way that is understandable

Lolwa

Awesome! Thanks a lot!

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