Proteins....A have a primary structure made from a string of anticodons. B. have a primary structure made from a string of codons. C. have a primary structure made of a string of amino acids. D. have a primary structure made from a string of genes.
Proteins have a primary structure made of a string of amino acids, hence option C is correct.
The primary structure of the protein is made of linear chain of the amino acids. A gene is the segment of DNA that stores the information to express a particular amino acid through the process of translation.
In the process of translation, the sequence of amino acids are joined together to form a primary structure of protein, after that it change into confirmation and form secondary, tertiary and quaternary structures.
Thus, proteins have a primary structure made of a string of amino acids, hence option C is correct.
a point mutation in the third position of a DNA triplet! hope this helped :)
Which of the following statements is true? Viruses do not cause communicable diseases. Vaccines are 100 percent effective in preventing disease. Communicable disease can be spread by inanimate objects, such as doorknobs. The best way to prevent catching a cold is to get yearly vaccinations.
Answer is Communicable disease can be spread by inanimate objects, such as doorknobs.
The causal organisms of some of the communicable diseases are bacteria and viruses. The communicable diseases such as common cough and cold can be transmitted to a healthy person by indirect contact with contaminated substances such as food, air, soil, feces, equipment, objects including doorknobs, remote controller, etc.
diseases can be spread from doorknobs
Which of the following scenarios describes an example of epistasis?
In rabbits and many other mammals, one genotype (ee) prevents any fur color from developing.
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Which of the following is a role of helper t cellsA( To ingest pathogens B( to destroy cells that have been infected by viruses C( to activate B Cells D( to increase blood flow
A to ingest pathogens
The answer to this question is C( to activate B cells
A water strider sits on the surface of a pond. This occurs because
their legs contain specialized hairs that are able to repel the water and to capture the air
The water strider is one of the most common aquatic insects. Water striders can sit on the water surface due to they have specialized hydrophobic water-repelling hairs in their legs that allow them to use the surface tension of water in order to distribute the weight. Thus, the hairs in the legs of these insects enable them to float and move on the water surface.