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Note that adenine always bonds with thymine and guanine always bonds with cytosine. 23 Part II: Subject Area Reviews with Sample Questions and Answers 5´ end 5´ end P 5 P 5 4 1 3 2 thymine P 3´ end 4 1 3 2 thymine adenine 2 3 1 4 5 P P guanine guanine cytosine P P P adenine adenine thymine P P P cytosine cytosine guanine P P 5 4 1 3 2 guanine 3´ end P 5 4 1 3 2 guanine cytosine 3´ end 2 3 1 4 5 P 5´ end DNA (double-stranded) DNA (single-stranded) Figure 1-11 The two strands of a DNA helix are antiparallel, that is, oriented in opposite directions.

Mitochondria carry out aerobic respiration, a process in which energy (in the form of ATP) is obtained from carbohydrates. 8. Chloroplasts carry out photosynthesis, the plant process of incorporating energy from sunlight into carbohydrates. 9. Microtubules, intermediate filaments, and microfilaments are three protein fibers of decreasing diameter, respectively. All are involved in establishing the shape of or in coordinating movements of the cytoskeleton, the internal structure of the cytoplasm.

The tertiary structure of a protein includes additional three-dimensional shaping and of- ten dominates the structure of globular proteins. The following factors contribute to the tertiary structure: • Hydrogen bonding between R groups of amino acids. • Ionic bonding between R groups of amino acids. • The hydrophobic effect that occurs when hydrophobic R groups move toward the center of the protein (away from the water in which the protein is usually immersed). • The formation of disulfide bonds when the sulfur atom in the amino acid cysteine bonds to the sulfur atom in another cysteine (forming cystine, a kind of “double” amino acid).

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