Flach Cards Collections

Translation of Protein

Translation proceeds from ? terminus to ? terminus, in the ? direction., Start codon and what it specifies, Stop codons, Amino acids are linked ? to tRNA by ? , creating a ? ., Codon wobble, HIV uses one of the host cell degenerate tRNAS that specifies ? in the process of ? ., Point mutation, Silent mutation, Missense mutation, Nonsense mutation, What type of mutation causes sickle-cell anemia?, What is one type of mutation that causes thalassemia?, What are three diseases caused by trinucleotide repeat expansion?, What is required for charging a tRNA? What is the charged tRNA called?, How does a synthetase choose the correct tRNA to charge?

2012-08-16 • 45 Cards

Amino Acids, Peptides, and Proteins

When a protein is made, a ? is pulled out. Where do the different components come from?, What are the 5 amino acids with charged side chains? Which ones are (+) and which ones are (-)? Which one is pretty much neutral?, Which amino acids are aromatic?, What's weird about glycine?, Which amino acids can form hydrogen bonds?, What's weird about proline?, Two forms of Cys and which one is which, Of cysteine and cystine, which is found in proteins inside the cell, and which is found in proteins outside the cell?, What determines primary sequence and what does primary sequence determine?, What type of bonds support primary structure?, Quaternary structure vs. aggregation, What is a common result of protein misfolding?, Common secondary structures of globular proteins; stability; solubility, Where are keratin, collagen, and fibroin found?, What are the most important fibrous proteins?

2012-08-11 • 45 Cards

Physiology-Chapter 4 (Enzymes)

1st law of thermodynamics, 2 ways to name enzymes, 2nd law of thermodynamics, Active Sites, Allosteric Inhibition, Coenzymes, Cofactor, Conformation, End-Product Inhibition, Endergonic Reactions, Enzyme is Latin for..., Enzyme-substrate complex, Enzymes, Exergonic Reactions, FAD

2011-04-28 • 27 Cards

actin modifier proteins

a-actinin, arp 2/3, cofilin, dystrophin, filamin, fimbrin, formin, gelsolin, profilin, spectrin, thymosin, vinculin

2011-04-28 • 12 Cards

Proteins, Nucleic acids, ATP

Actin, myosin in muscles, Adenosine Triphosphate, Antibodies, Casein (in milk), Collagen(most numerous protein in body), Enzymes, Hemoglobin, hormones, Nucleic Acids, nuerotransmitters, Peptide Bond, Polypeptide

2011-04-28 • 12 Cards

nutrition carbs and proteins

1 egg protein, 1/2 c grain protein, 1/2c beans protein, 1/2c cooked veggies protein, 1/4c nuts protein, 1c milk protein, 1c raw veggies protein, 1oz cheese protein, 1oz meat protein, albumin, biological value, complete protein, essential amino acids, inadequate protein intake, kwashiorkor

2011-04-28 • 21 Cards

CP 6 Proteins

How are Amino Acids absorbed?, How are antibodies?, How are Proteins digested by intestinal mucosal cells?, How are Proteins Digested in the mouth?, How are Proteins digested in the small intestine?, How are Proteins digested in the stomach?, How are Proteins Synthesized?, How can amino acid supplements be harmful?, How do proteins maintain acid-base balance?, How do proteins maintain fluid and electrolyte balance?, How do proteins provide energy?, How does AA content influence protein quality?, How does digestability influence protein quality?, How does protein produce blood clotting?, How does protein produce vision?

2011-04-28 • 72 Cards

Proteins, Nucleic Acids, and ATPs

20, 5-C sugar, nitrogen base, and phosphate group, actin, Adenine, Antibodies, ATP, Casein, collagen, DNA, enzymes, hemoglobin, Hormones, neurotransmitters, Nucleotide, Peptide bond

2011-04-28 • 20 Cards

Science : Proteins

active site, Best temp. for human enzymes, Catalyst, catalyst, coenzyme, cofactors, competitive inhibitor, Do enzymes add energy to cellular reactions?, energy of activation, enzyme, Enzymes shape, fatty acid, fatty acids are made up of..., feedback inhibition, functions of lipids

2011-04-28 • 51 Cards

Table 16.1 Bacterial DNA replication Proteins and their functions

DNA ligase, DNA pol I, DNA pol III, helicase, primase, single-strand binding protein, topoisomerase

2011-04-28 • 7 Cards

Chapterrr7 (Proteins)

Carbon Skeleton, Conditionally essential amino acids, Deamination, Essential amino acids, Gastrin, Legumes (sources), Marasmus,Kwashiorkor, Nonessential amino acids, Pepsin, Peptide Bond, Polypeptides, Pool, Protein (sources), Protein Energy Malnutrition, Transamination

2011-04-28 • 15 Cards

Human Nutrition: Proteins

Amino Acid, Anabolic, Catabolic, Complete Protein, DNA, Edema, Gene, Incomplete Protein, Kidney Stones, Limiting Amino Acid, mRNA, Nitrogen Balance, Polypeptide, Protease, Protein

2011-04-28 • 17 Cards

immunoglobulins,cytokines, cell surface proteins

B cells, cytotoxic T cells, gamma interferon, helper T cells, IgA, IgE, IgG, IgM, IL-1, IL-10, IL-12, IL-2, IL-3, IL-4, IL-5

2011-04-28 • 20 Cards

bio proteins

Actin, Adrenocorticotrophic hormone, Antibodies, Casein, Ceruloplasmin, Clostridium Botulinum toxin, Collagen, Complement, Cytochrome c, Diphtheria toxin, DNA Polymerase, Dyein, Elastin, Ferritin, Fibrinogen

2011-04-28 • 39 Cards

Biology Midterm

amino acid, autotroph, carbohydrate, cellular respiration, chromosome, compound, dehydration synthesis, disaccharide, equilibrium, Ester bond, fatty acid, glucose, heterotroph, hydrogen bond, hypotonic

2011-04-28 • 31 Cards