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  • Specific Amino Acid To T Rna
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    6.4 Translation 6.4. 1 Explain how the structure of t RNA allows recognition by a t RNA-activating enzyme that binds a specific amino acid to t RNA, using ATP for energy. Each amino acid has a specific t RNA activating enzyme that helps t RNA to combine with its complementary m RNA codon. The enzyme has a 3 part active site that recognizes three things: . A specific amino acid. ATP, . A specific t RNA. The enzyme attaches the amino acid to the 3' end of the t RNA. The amino acid attachment site ...
  • Supported Reagent Catalyst
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    The Role Catalysts In Chemical Reactions, Their Importance In Industry, Problems and New Developments OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE SCHOOLS EXAMINATION BOARD. General Certificate Examination- Advanced Level Chemistry (Salters') - Paper 3 mock. ROBERT TAYLOR U 6 JW. A Catalyst is a substance that alters the rate of a reaction. The catalyst remains unchanged at the end of the reaction. The process is called catalysis. In this report I aim going to explain the role of catalysts in chemical reactions and the...
  • Triglyceride Into Its Fatty Acids
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    Lipids are hydrocarbons that are found in living systems in the environment. The main classes of lipids are triglycerides, waxes, steroids, phospholipids, gylcolipids, and sphingolipids (Glanze). The simplest lipid, which makes up the backbone of all of these, is the fatty acid (see page 2). The main characteristics that separate the different kinds of lipids are the derivatives, such as acids, alcohols, amines, amino alcohols, and aldehydes, found on the end of the hydrocarbons and their solubi...
  • Protein Molecules
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    How the Molecular Structure of Carbohydrates, Proteins and Lipids affect their function in living things. Living cells contain many small molecules such as water and inorganic ions like nitrogen. They also contain a vast number of larger molecules, called macromolecules that are built from smaller, simple molecules. They are also known as organic molecules because they contain carbon. All living things on earth are carbon based life-forms because the element can bond with itself repeatedly to fo...
  • Fatty Acids And Glycerol Molecules
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    Carbohydrates: Short-Term Energy Storage Carbohydrates include biologically important molecules, sugars & starches. These molecules provide short-term energy to cells. Carbohydrates are made up of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. The carbon provides the "back-bone" of the molecule. Carbohydrates, like many other organic molecules, may be monomers or polymers. The carbohydrates in the monomer form are known as monosaccharides. Glucose, for example, is a monosaccharide. Disaccharides are sugars that a...
  • Net Profit Of Two Atp Molecules
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    With the aid of diagrams provide a summary of how the following energy systems work. Energy systems; introduction Energy systems are cellular levels processes used to produce Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) figure 1. This is an adenosine molecule linked to three high-energy phosphates that acts as an energy store for the cell. The energy is released when ATPase, an enzyme, reacts with ATP to produce ADP and Pi, e.g. ATP ADP + Pi There are three energy systems that do this; oThe Creatine Phosphate S...

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