Critical Thinking Chapter 1 Quizlet

Philosophy Flashcards

  • 101 Final - 14 cards
  • 101 - 12 cards
  • 1. Not every untruth is a lie. - 10 cards
  • 201 - 26 cards
  • 25 Fallacies - 57 cards
  • 365.1 - 28 cards
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  • 365* - 6 cards
  • 3rd test - 24 cards
  • 5 types of philosophy - 5 cards
  • A Concise Introduction to Logic Terms 1.1-1.4 - 16 cards
  • Aesthetics Vocab! - 30 cards
  • All about Hume - 25 cards
  • Amoralist quiz - 8 cards
  • An Introduction to Logic and Critical Analysis - 27 cards
  • ancient greek philosophy final - 9 cards
  • Ancient Greek Philosophy Midterm - 67 cards
  • Ancient Philosophy Vocabulary - 37 cards
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  • Animal Ethics - 94 cards
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  • Animism and Hinduism - 16 cards
  • Apologetics - 60 cards
  • Aquinas - 25 cards
  • Argument Definitions - 13 cards
  • Argument Forms - 8 cards
  • Argumentation: The Study of Effective Reasoning - 17 cards
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  • Aristophanes - 15 cards
  • AS Philosophy - Unit 1 - Conceptual Schemes - 23 cards
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  • ASU PHI 101 exam 1 - 39 cards
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  • Basic Buddhist Terms - 10 cards
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  • Beauty and Aesthetics - 20 cards
  • Becker - 13 cards
  • Beginning Philosophy Flashcard Set 1 - 33 cards
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  • Being and Time - 17 cards
  • Bentham Mill and Moore - 33 cards
  • Bioethics - 40 cards
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  • Births and Deaths of Famous Intellectuals - 7 cards
  • Blood composition, Red blood cells, blood groups, hemostasis - 62 cards
  • Blood Vocabular - 41 cards
  • Bonevac(Singer,Regan,Sessions) Review Cards - 14 cards
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  • Buddhism Final - 77 cards
  • Buddhism - 18 cards
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  • Business Ethics - 19 cards
  • Catechism Test # 4 - 26 cards
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  • CBC Ethics - 25 cards
  • CC102 Midterm Review - 31 cards
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  • cell respiration and metabolism - 31 cards
  • Central Arguments - 39 cards
  • Ch 3 and class discussion - 61 cards
  • Ch. 2 Self Vocab - 26 cards
  • ch. 4,5,6 - 129 cards
  • Chapter 1,3,4 - 34 cards
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  • Chapter 1: Philosophy & the Search for Wisdom - 14 cards
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  • Chapter 7 Quiz 2 - 39 cards
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  • Chapter 8: Review Questions - 4 cards
  • Chapters 10 and 11 - 19 cards
  • presocratic philosophers - 34 cards
  • child development - 9 cards
  • Chs. 8,9,10 - 47 cards
  • Classics of Social and Political Though - 2 - 26 cards
  • Classifying Arguments - 12 cards
  • CLCV 115 - 92 cards
  • Cognitivism - 30 cards
  • Confidentiality - 6 cards
  • Consequentialism - 14 cards
  • Contemp - 29 cards
  • Contemporary moral arguments (final Dr. Tyler) - 47 cards
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  • Contemporary Moral Issues - 15 cards
  • Contemporary Moral Issues - 101 cards
  • Contemporary Moral Problems UT - 46 cards
  • Contemporary Moral Problems Terms - 51 cards
  • Control of Circulation KD - 15 cards
  • Core 150 - Exam 3 - #19 - 20 cards
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  • Core 250 - 48 cards
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  • Corporate Social Responsibility - 30 cards
  • CPHL214 - 33 cards
  • Critical reasoning 2200 WMU - 17 cards
  • Critical Reasoning - 36 cards
  • Critical Thinking By: Moore & Parker - 19 cards
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  • Critical Thinking Final Exam - 15 cards
  • Critical Thinking midterm - 34 cards
  • Critical Thinking - 18 cards
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  • Critical Thinking Test 1 - 23 cards
  • Cultural Foundations, 1st Sem - 5 cards
  • David Hume - 18 cards
  • Day 2 VBS - 8 cards
  • De rivier van Herakleitos - 48 cards
  • De rivier van Herakleitos - 13 cards
  • Dec. 19 Lecture - 5 cards
  • Definitions/Terms - 31 cards
  • Deontological - 4 cards
  • Descartes Med 1-3 - 15 cards
  • Descartes Meditations - Three - 32 cards
  • Descartes' Medit. - Summary - 6 cards
  • Descartes - 10 cards
  • Descartes: Meditation Four - 12 cards
  • disahsdajkhad - 72 cards
  • Disclosure of Medical Mistakes - 5 cards
  • Distinguishing Mark of Humans - 9 cards
  • Doctrinas Marzo - 38 cards
  • Dr. Reistma - 29 cards
  • Early Buddhist Discourses - 44 cards
  • Early Philosophy - 25 cards
  • Eastern Philosophy Midterm - 49 cards
  • Eastern Philosophy Vocab #2 - 36 cards
  • Eight Limbs of Yoga - 8 cards
  • Elementary Formal Logic - 13 cards
  • Elementary Formal Logic - 11 cards
  • Elementary Formal Logic - 30 cards
  • Elements of Reasoning - 56 cards
  • Engineering Ethics Greek Words - 21 cards
  • Epistemology Terms - 15 cards
  • Epistemology - 24 cards
  • Epistemology - 73 cards
  • Epistomology - 10 cards
  • Equivalence Rules - 16 cards
  • Ethical Approaches , Theories, and Case analysis - 17 cards
  • Ethics 101 - PHL 200 - 22 cards
  • Ethics 1 - 50 cards
  • ethics across cultures - 16 cards
  • Ethics across the discipline Final - 15 cards
  • Ethics and HS - 69 cards
  • Ethics Exam 1 - 45 cards
  • ETHICS EXAM - 31 cards
  • Ethics Exam - 69 cards
  • Ethics exam 1 - 8 cards
  • ethics final exam - 32 cards
  • Ethics Final - 80 cards
  • Ethics Final - 22 cards
  • Ethics Glossary - 32 cards
  • Ethics Mid-Term - 7 cards
  • Ethics Mid-Term - 24 cards
  • Ethics Midterm - 92 cards
  • Ethics Midterm - 12 cards
  • Ethics of Globalization Final - 28 cards
  • Ethics Quiz 1 - 30 cards
  • Ethics Quiz 2 - 32 cards
  • Ethics Test 1 - 21 cards
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  • ETHICS TEST 3 - 62 cards
  • Ethics - 33 cards
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  • Ethics - 89 cards
  • Ethics- truman ashcraft test 2 - 28 cards
  • Evans-Core II-Midterm - 258 cards
  • Exam 1 Flashcards - 26 cards
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  • PHIL Exam 1 - 42 cards
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  • Exam 1 Review - 18 cards
  • Exam 2 Flash Cards - 40 cards
  • Exam 2 Hobbs - 31 cards
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  • Exam 2 EndChap2/Chap3 - 197 cards
  • exam 2 study guide - 34 cards
  • exam 3 - 5 cards
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  • Exam 3 - Phil/Alex - 19 cards
  • Exam 4 Flash Cards - 34 cards
  • Exam #1 Set for Business Ethics - 6 cards
  • Exam #1 - 27 cards
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  • Exam2 - 48 cards
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  • Exam #3 - 41 cards
  • Existence of God - 20 cards
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  • Existentialism to Feminism Final - 78 cards
  • Fallacies - 9 cards
  • fallacies - 11 cards
  • Fallacies - 130 cards
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  • Fallacies - 24 cards
  • Fallacy Quiz - 9 cards
  • Fallacy - 47 cards
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  • Ferry chapter 6 - 15 cards
  • Film Philosophy - 28 cards
  • Final Exam Review - 11 cards
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  • Final Terms - 83 cards
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  • FINAL - 33 cards
  • final - 49 cards
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  • Finals Exam - 70 cards
  • First Phil Exam - 41 cards
  • First Test - Plato and Socrates - 54 cards
  • Flashcards - 39 cards
  • Formal Deductions - 18 cards
  • Forms of the syllogism - 4 cards
  • Foundations I - 31 cards
  • Free Will and Personal Identity - 28 cards
  • Freedom & Determinism - 13 cards
  • GCSE AQA Philosophy - 87 cards
  • German Expressions in Being and Time - 217 cards
  • Glossary Study Terms - 50 cards
  • God and Persons--Final - 36 cards
  • God - 32 cards
  • Greek Gods and Goddesses - 25 cards
  • Greek Medicine - 5 cards
  • greek mythology by andrew - 7 cards
  • Greek vocab - 38 cards
  • Hinduism - 114 cards
  • Hinduism - 9 cards
  • History of Philosophy II Midterm - 42 cards
  • History of Classical Philosophy - 32 cards
  • Hobbes/Logic - 12 cards
  • How Should We Live - 10 cards
  • HPR Terms - 49 cards
  • Human Action Terms - 31 cards
  • Human Conditioning - 31 cards
  • Human Physiology test 1 - 51 cards
  • Humanities Final - 14 cards
  • Humanities Plato's Republic - 39 cards
  • Hunting 2 - 16 cards
  • Hurley Logic- Chapter One - 4 cards
  • Hypothetical syllogism - 17 cards
  • HZT4U - 112 cards
  • IB John stuart mill on liberty - 15 cards
  • Immanuel Kant Definitions - 29 cards
  • Implicational Rules - 10 cards
  • Important Dates & deaths - 36 cards
  • Informed Consent - 5 cards
  • Intoduction to Logic - 9 cards
  • Intro Logic Midterm - 35 cards
  • Intro to Christian Theology - 9 cards
  • Intro to Ethics - 23 cards
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  • Intro to Logic 2nd Test - 10 cards
  • Intro to Logic Chap 1 - 58 cards
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  • Intro to Logic- Fallacies - 32 cards
  • Intro to Logic - Howard Snyder - 27 cards
  • Intro to Logic-Inductive and Causal Arguments - 37 cards
  • Intro to PHIL - 8 cards
  • Intro to Philosophy - 16 cards
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  • Intro to Buddhism - 50 cards
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  • Intro To Logic - 5 cards
  • Intro to Logic (11318) - 43 cards
  • Intro to Logic - PHIL 106 - 16 cards
  • Intro to Philosophy - 78 cards
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  • INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY - 12 cards
  • Intro To Philosophy - 38 cards
  • Introduction to Philosophy - 86 cards
  • Introduction to Logic - 34 cards
  • Introduction to Philosophy - 118 cards
  • Introduction to Philosophy - 15 cards
  • Introductory Logic - 30 cards
  • Ishmael Quiz - 60 cards
  • ism's - 65 cards
  • Jiva/Ajiva - 5 cards
  • John Dewey - 5 cards
  • John Stuart Mill - 11 cards
  • John Wooden - 5 cards
  • Joyful Path of Good Fortune Condensed Meaning 571-576 - 32 cards
  • June 16, 2008 test - 26 cards
  • Kant Final Exam - 16 cards
  • Kant, Mills, and Hegelq - 82 cards
  • Kappa Beta Game - 10 cards
  • KarlMarx and John Stuart Mill - 14 cards
  • Philosophy Terms Exam - 29 cards
  • Key Terms in Philosophy of Religion - 6 cards
  • Kin 305 Midterm 1 - 25 cards
  • Kinesiology - 101 cards
  • Knowledge and Reality - 191 cards
  • Language, Proof, and Logic Exam 1 Prep Cards - 69 cards
  • Language, Proof, and Logic - 19 cards
  • LAW AND MORALITY - 13 cards
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  • Law of Attraction BASICS - 8 cards
  • Lesson 1 - 18 cards
  • Locke Berkeley Hume vocab - 23 cards
  • logic 1 - 72 cards
  • Logic 110 - 30 cards
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  • Logic Altrichter - 85 cards
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  • Logic and Argumentation Equations - 18 cards
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  • Logic and Critical Thinking CSU - 46 cards
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  • Logic Ch 1 - 113 cards
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  • Logic - Chapter - 40 cards
  • Logic & Contemporary Rhetoric Cavender/kahane C115 Coastline - 34 cards
  • Logic Definitions Chapter 1 - 55 cards
  • Logic - Exam #2 review - 11 cards
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  • logic final - 100 cards
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  • Lordship Study guide Westminster Term 2012 - 39 cards
  • LPC exam - 10 cards
  • Markos Midterm - 91 cards
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  • Master Cheff's Philosophy and Ethics Final: Review - 18 cards
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Unformatted text preview: 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet CHAP 4 65 terms by vboogie Ready to study? Start with Flashcards STUDY PLAY TOOLS Copy Flashcards Learn Speller Test Share Scatter Space Race Add to Class Print All of the genetic material in all living organisms is made from these basic building blocks of nucleotides. Phosphate group, 5-­ carbon sugar, nitrogenous base Identify three possible components of a DNA nucleotide. deoxyribose, phosphate group, thymine difference between ribonucleotides and deoxyribonucleotides Add to Folder More Ribonucleotides have a hydroxyl group bonded to their 2'; carbon;; deoxyribonucleotides have an H at the same location http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 1/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet The condensation reaction that forms nucleic acid polymers occurs between a _____ group on one nucleotide and a _____ group on a second nucleotide phosphate, hydroxyl In a nucleic acid polymer, the hydrogen bonds that help to hold regions of double-­ strandedness together occur between what parts of the nucleotide monomers? nitrogenous bases Nucleic acids are polymers made up of which of the following monomers? nucleotides Which of the following includes all of the pyrimidines found in RNA and/or DNA? cytosine, uracil, and thymine When nucleotides polymerize to form a nucleic acid _____. a covalent bond forms between the sugar of one nucleotide and the phosphate of a second http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 2/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet Some viruses consist only of a protein coat surrounding a nucleic acid core. If you wanted to radioactively label the nucleic acids separately from the protein, you would use _____. radioactive phosphorus What is radioactive phosphorus? ... What is gel electrophoresis used for? to separate macromolecules by size or charge DNA is composed of building blocks called _____. nucleotides In eukaryotic cells DNA has the appearance of a _____. double helix Which structure is not a component of a nucleotide? Sulfhydryl Oxygen group Which of the following statements about nucleotide structure is false? The phosphate group is bonded to the nitrogenous base. True or false? Guanine and uracil are examples of nitrogenous bases. True http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 3/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet Which linkage forms the backbone of a nucleic acid? A sugar-­phosphate linkage Which of the following statements about DNA structure is true? The nucleic acid strands in a DNA molecule are oriented antiparallel to each other What is the complementary DNA sequence to 5'; ATGCATGTCA 3';? 5'; TGACATGCAT 3'; When double-­stranded DNA is heated to 95°C, the bonds between complementary base pairs break to produce single-­stranded DNA. Considering this observation, is the strand separation step required for replication of the Double Helix an endergonic or exergonic reaction? Why? Endergonic. An input of energy is required http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 4/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet If a segment of DNA contains 28 percent T nucleotides, then the percentage of A nucleotides in that segment will be _____. 28 percent Which of the following best describes DNA';s secondary structure? double antiparallel helical strands In the context of chemical evolution, DNA';s structure is interesting because it suggests a possible copying mechanism. What about DNA';s structure facilitates copying? The strands of the double helix are complementary. Although DNA is the main hereditary material in all life-­forms, it lacks one important characteristic of being a candidate for the first life-­form. Why have researchers rejected the idea that DNA was found in the first life-­form? It does not function as a catalyst http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 5/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet A segment of nucleic acid that contains the sugar ribose and the nitrogenous bases A, G, U, and C would be called _____. ribonucleic acid (RNA) An RNA molecule that can catalyze chemical reactions is called a(n) _____. ribozyme Which of these scientists was not directly involved in the discovery of DNA';s structure? Sidney Altman Who was directly involved in the discovery of DNA';s structure? Francis Crick Rosalind Franklin Maurice Wilkins James Watson RNA and proteins combine in cells to form structures called ribosomes. Ribosomes contain the active site for peptide bond formation. Based on their chemical structures, do you think protein or RNA molecules actually form the active site within the ribosome? It could be either, because both molecules have catalytic properties. http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 6/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet Why do researchers think the first self-­replicating molecule was RNA? RNA has the capacity to provide a template and is known to catalyze reactions (although no existing self-­replicating molecules of RNA have been discovered). Many researchers who study the origin of life propose that the first life-­ form capable of templating its own replication and catalyzing self-­ replication was made of _____. RNA The work of Bartel';s group on the ribozyme RNA replicase supports which conclusion? An RNA world could produce molecules that could self-­replicate If a strand of DNA has the nitrogen base sequence 5';-­ ATTTGC-­3';, what will be the sequence of the matching strand? 3';-­TAAACG-­ 5'; http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 7/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet If a DNA double helix is 100 nucleotide pairs long and contains 25 adenine bases, how many guanine bases does it contain? 75;; 100 nucleotide pairs are a total of 200 nucleotides. Because of base pairing, if there are 25 adenine there must also be 25 thymine. This leaves 200-­50 = 150 nucleotides to be divided evenly between guanine and cytosine. The two strands of a DNA double helix are held together by _____ that form between pairs of nitrogenous bases. hydrogen bonds;; Nitrogenous base pairs are joined by hydrogen bonds. A nucleotide is composed of a(n) _____. phosphate group, a nitrogen-­containing base, and a five-­carbon sugar Teeth and bones are made up of calcium phosphate crystals. Sometimes, fluoride ions interact with these crystals. The best way to determine the three-­ dimensional arrangement of the crystals and fluoride ions is to use _____. X-­ray diffraction;; X-­ray crystallography provides information about molecular structures. http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 8/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet What is X-­Ray diffraction? ... A scientist is studying the arrangement of neurons and glial cells in brain tissue. She labeled structures with specific fluorescent tags. Which technique would provide the best spatial images of the tissue? confocal microscopy;; Confocal microscopy is used to produce three-­ dimensional images of tissues What is confocal microscopy? ... An entomologist is comparing the minute surface structures on beetle antennae from various species. Which microscope would give him the greatest resolution? scanning electron microscopy;; SEM would provide the best detail on the antennal structures What is scanning electron microscopy? ... You are collecting information on Paramecium swimming motions in various solutions. Which type of microscope should you use? compound light microscope;; With this microscope, the Paramecium motions can be seen. http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 9/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet This figure illustrates the structural similarities and differences between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. What type of microscope was used to produce the images? transmission electron microscope;; The details inside the cells are visible by TEM;; these include membranes and organelles. What is a transmission electron microscope? ... Which statement is most accurate regarding similarities and differences between proteins and nucleic acids? Proteins and nucleic acids both have a backbone and are formed by condensation reactions Semi-­conversative replication means that half of the helical structure is old and the other half is new Why would have DNA came after RNA? DNA is more stable due its double-­helices Primary Structure of DNA sequence of deoxyribosenucleotides;; bases include adenine, thymine, cytosine, and guanine http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 10/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet Secondary Structure of DNA Two anti-­parallel strands twist into a double helix, stabilized by hydrogen bonding between complementary bases (A-­ T &; G-­C) and hydrophobic interactions. Tertiary structure of DNA None Quaternary Structure of DNA None Primary structure of RNA sequence of ribonucleotides;; include A, U, G, C Secondary structure of RNA most common are hairpins, formed when a single strand folds back on itself to form a double-­helix ";stem"; and a single-­stranded ";loop"; Tertiary structure of RNA folds that form distinctive three-­ dimensional shapes. Quarternary Structure of RNA associations between several RNA molecules http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 11/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet first step of RNA synthesis complementary bases are added to 3'; end of growing strand and polymerize. second step of RNA synthesis continued base pairing and polymerization form a complete complementary strand third step of RNA synthesis complementary and template strands separate, forming independent molecules what are substrates? reactants first step of enzyme action Initiation: Reactants bind to the active site in a specific orientation second step of enzyme action transition state facilitation:interactions between enzyme and substrate lower the activation energy required. third step of enzyme action termination: products have lower affinityfor active site and are released. Enzyme is unchanged after the reaction. http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 12/13 10/5/2014 CHAP 4 flashcards | Quizlet Competitive inhibition is when another molecule with a similar shape to the substrate occupying the activate site enzymes lower activation energy ... http://quizlet.com/6823007/chap-4-flash-cards/ 13/13 ...
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