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Frederick A. Bettelheim + 4 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285869759

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Chapter 22, Problem 22.94P
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22-94 How many ways can you link the two amino acids lysine and valine in a dipeptide? Which of these peptide bonds will you find in proteins?

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Chapter 22 Solutions

Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry
Ch. 22 - 22-11 Which amino acid has the highest percentage...Ch. 22 - 22-12 Why does glycine have no D or L form?Ch. 22 - 22-13 Draw the structure of proline. To which...Ch. 22 - 22-14 Which amino acid is also a thiol?Ch. 22 - 22-15 Why is it necessary to have proteins in our...Ch. 22 - 22-16 Which amino acids in Table 22-1 have more...Ch. 22 - 22-17 What are the similarities and differences in...Ch. 22 - 22-18 Draw the structures of L- and D-valine.Ch. 22 - 22-19 Why are all amino acids solids at room...Ch. 22 - 22-20 Show how alanine, in solution at its...Ch. 22 - 22-21 Explain why an amino acid cannot exist in an...Ch. 22 - 22-22 Draw the structure of valine at pH 1 and at...Ch. 22 - 22-23 Draw the most predominant form of aspartic...Ch. 22 - 22-24 Draw the most predominant form of histidine...Ch. 22 - 22-25 Draw the most predominant form of lysine at...Ch. 22 - 22-26 Draw the sequential transition of glutamic...Ch. 22 - 22-27 Show by chemical equations how alanine and...Ch. 22 - 22-28 A tetrapeptide is abbreviated as DPKH. Which...Ch. 22 - 22-29 Draw the structure of a tripeptide made of...Ch. 22 - 22-30 (a) Use the three-letter abbreviations to...Ch. 22 - 22-31 A polypeptide chain is made of alternating...Ch. 22 - 22-32 How many ways can you link the two amino...Ch. 22 - 22-33 Which of the three functional groups on...Ch. 22 - 22-34 How are aromatic amino acids related to...Ch. 22 - 22-35 Why is histidine considered a basic amino...Ch. 22 - 22-36 Which are the acidic amino acids?Ch. 22 - 22-37 Which are the basic amino acids?Ch. 22 - 22-38 Why does proline not absorb light at 280 nm?Ch. 22 - 22-39 Two of the 20 amino acids listed in Table...Ch. 22 - 22-40 When a protein contains hydroxyproline, at...Ch. 22 - 22-41 What is the effect of thyroxine on...Ch. 22 - 22-42 (a) How many atoms of the peptide bond lie...Ch. 22 - 22-43 (a) Draw the structural formula of the...Ch. 22 - 22-44 How can a protein act as a buffer?Ch. 22 - 22-45 Proteins are least soluble at their...Ch. 22 - 22-46 How many different tripeptides can be made...Ch. 22 - 22-47 How many different tetrapeptides can be made...Ch. 22 - 22-48 How many amino acid residues in the A chain...Ch. 22 - 22-49 Based on your knowledge of the chemical...Ch. 22 - 22-50 Is a random coil a (a) primary, (b)...Ch. 22 - 22-51 Decide whether the following structures that...Ch. 22 - 22-52 Proline is often called an (-helix...Ch. 22 - 22-53 Do iron and zinc ions play role in protein...Ch. 22 - 22-54 Are cobalt and platinum ions part of the...Ch. 22 - 22-55 Consider the coordination compound Fe(CO)5...Ch. 22 - 22-56 Consider the molecule carbon monoxide, CO....Ch. 22 - 22-57 Consider the coordination compound...Ch. 22 - 22-58 Knowing what you do about VSEPR, predict the...Ch. 22 - 22-59 What is the effect of salt bridges on the...Ch. 22 - 22-60 What is the effect of hydrophobic...Ch. 22 - 22-61 Polyglutamic acid (a polypeptide chain made...Ch. 22 - 22-62 Distinguish between intermolecular and...Ch. 22 - 22-63 Identify the primary, secondary, and...Ch. 22 - 22-64 If both cysteine residues on the B chain of...Ch. 22 - 22-65 (a) What is the difference in the quaternary...Ch. 22 - 22-66 Where are the nonpolar side chains of...Ch. 22 - 22-67 The cytochrome c protein is important in...Ch. 22 - 22-68 Hemoglobin is an important protein for many...Ch. 22 - 22-69 In a 6 M urea solution, a protein that...Ch. 22 - 22-70 What kind of changes are necessary to...Ch. 22 - 22-71 Which amino acid side chain is most...Ch. 22 - 22-72 What does the reducing agent do in...Ch. 22 - 22-73 Silver nitrate is sometimes put into the...Ch. 22 - 22-74 Why do nurses and physicians use 70% alcohol...Ch. 22 - 22-75 (Chemical Connections 22A) Why must some...Ch. 22 - 22-76 (Chemical Connections 22B) AGE products...Ch. 22 - 22-77 (Chemical Connections 22C) Define...Ch. 22 - 22-78 (Chemical Connections 22D) How does...Ch. 22 - 22-79 (Chemical Connections 22E) What is the...Ch. 22 - 22-80 (Chemical Connections 22F) What is the aim...Ch. 22 - 22-81 (Chemical Connections 22G) Explain the...Ch. 22 - 22-82 (Chemical Connections 22H) How does the...Ch. 22 - 22-83 Which diseases are associated with amyloid...Ch. 22 - 22-84 How many different dipeptides can be made...Ch. 22 - 22-85 Denaturation is usually associated with...Ch. 22 - 22-86 Draw the structure of lysine (a) above, (b)...Ch. 22 - 22-87 In collagen, some of the chains of the...Ch. 22 - 22-88 Considering the vast number of animal and...Ch. 22 - 22-89 What kind of noncovalent interaction occurs...Ch. 22 - 22-90 How many different decapeptides (peptides...Ch. 22 - 22-91 Which amino acid does not rotate the plane...Ch. 22 - 22-92 Write the expected products of the acid...Ch. 22 - 22-93 What charges are on aspartic acid at pH 2.0?Ch. 22 - 22-94 How many ways can you link the two amino...Ch. 22 - 22-95 What are the effects of disulfide bond...Ch. 22 - 22-96 What are two possible roles for the hydroxyl...Ch. 22 - 22-97 Gelatin is derived from collagen by...Ch. 22 - 22-98 How are the cyclic structures of oxytocin...Ch. 22 - 22-99 Enzymes are biological catalysts and usually...Ch. 22 - 22-100 Hormones are molecules that are released...Ch. 22 - 22-101 Using what you know about protein...Ch. 22 - 22-102 What is the difference between genomics and...Ch. 22 - 22-103 Why does knowing the complete genome of an...Ch. 22 - 22-104 Why is collagen not a very good source of...Ch. 22 - 22-105 A recent diet supplement advertised that it...

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