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DSST Biochemistry 2

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1. LPS layer of a Gram Negative bacterium

2. It is the two single stranded regions of DNA that is being replicated

3. Bond between amino acids in a protein

4. The last - ending codon that terminates the sequence

5. Loss of e-

6. Chains of molecules attached to the CW of a Gram + bacterium

7. Not spontaneous - requires energy

8. Is an enzyme that glues the sticky or the blunt ends to join the strands

9. Bacteria cell that contains: OM - CW - periplamic space - & CM

10. Components of the CW linked by peptide bonds

11. Is a code in which it is the same code forward as it is backwards - restriction sites

12. Place where repressor binds - where RNA polymerase binds

13. Rod shaped

14. Bonds between NAG and NAM

15. Replicated in fragments known as Okazaki Fragments

16. 'water fearing' (non polar molecules) ie. Lipid tail

17. 'chain'

18. Break down of molecules

19. Many amino acids bonded together with peptide bonds

20. Attraction

21. Purine adenine - ribose and 3 phosphates

22. How cells use energy stored in food and molecules to make ATP

23. Transfer RNA that attaches to amino acids

24. Stains the LPS of the gram negative bacteria

25. Nicotinamide Adenine Dinuecleotide

26. Found the double helicle structure of DNA

27. That doesn't contain a nucleus or membrane bound organelles (small cell)

28. Monomers of proteins

29. Polymer of carbohydrates joined together by glycosidic bonds

30. Initiates transcription

31. Coding regions on mRNA

32. The chemical process in which glucose is broken down into two parts

33. Has 2 layers CW - CM

34. 2 phosphates attached to glucose forming a 6 carbon compound & 2Pi (1 phosphate glucose) - ATP becomes ADP - done twice to make a 1 -6 glucose - phosphorolates and makes NAD+

35. Membrane surrounding the cytoplasm

36. The codon on tRNA that matches up with and attaches to a codon on mRNA

37. (LPS); lipids and polysaccharides linked together by covalent bonds

38. A set of codons that terminates the sequence (stop codon)

39. Build up of molecules

40. Breaks down lactase

41. Spiral

42. Okazaki fragments are than linke

43. Bonds between NAG & NAG or NAM & NAM

44. The empty space between the CW & the CM

45. Keeps the DNA strands separated

46. Location of transcription

47. Stop free radicals from damaging cells - helps O trap e-

48. Phosphate is added to a molecule to make it unstable. Molecule more easily broken now.

49. Spontaneous - doesn't require energy

50. 'cluster'