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When two amino acids combine what kind of reaction takes place?
Condensation Reaction
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When two amino acids combine what kind of bond forms?
Peptide Bond
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When two amino acids combine which two substances are formed?
1.Water 2.Dipeptide
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When many amino acids join together, what is formed?
Polypeptide
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When polypeptides combine, what do they make?
Protein
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In an amino acid, what is the group containing COOH called?
Carboxyl Group
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In an amino acid, what is the group containing NHH called?
Amino Group
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When two amino acids are split what kind of reaction takes place?
Hydrolysis
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What is the term for a series of condensation reactions?
Polymerisation
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Which protein structure is the polypeptide chain a part of?
Primary Structure
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What is the weak bond which forms the secondary structure of a protein called?
Hydrogen Bond
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What is the term for the coil-like shape formed sometimes in a secondary structure?
a-helix
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In a tertiary structure, which are the strongest bonds?
Disulfide bonds
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In a tertiary structure, which are the bonds formed between COOH and NH2, can be broken down by pH?
Ionic Bonds
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In a tertiary structure, which are the weakest bonds?
Hydrogen bonds
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What structure does a Hemoglobin protein have?
Quaternary
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What is the term used to describe a protein that's long and twisted into a rope-like structure?
Fibrous
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What is the term used to describe a protein that's structure is globe-like and irregular?
Globular
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When many amino acids join together, what is formed?

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When polypeptides combine, what do they make?

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