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Transcript
CHAPTER 5-PROTEINS
NAME _______________________
1. The monomers of proteins are amino acids. Sketch an amino acid here.
Label the alpha or central carbon, amino group, carboxyl group, and R group.
2. Explain what the R group means.
3. Sketch two amino acids side-by-side, on one of them label the alpha or central carbon, amino, carboxyl, then
show how the two can be joined together.
4. What reaction joins amino acid subunits?
5. What determines the primary structure of a protein?
6. How is a polypeptide different from a protein?
7. Complete the table below comparing the four levels of protein structure.
STRUCTURE LEVEL
PRIMARY 1°
SECONDARY 2° ALPHA HELIX
BETA PLEATED SHEET
TERTIARY 3°
QUATERNARY 4°
DESCRIPTION
8. Label each of the levels of protein structure in the figure below.
9. LABEL THE KINDS OF BONDS INVOLVED IN THE 3D STRUCTURE OF PROTEINS
10. What are chaperonins and what is their role in protein structure?
11. What happens to proteins during DENATURATION? Which bonds are disrupted?
12. Name some of the factors that can result in denaturing proteins.
Modified from Holtzclaw & Holtzclaw/Kim Foglia/Lynn Miriello study guides