1. Chem (monomers)

    Hi I'm having major problems with monomers in proteins. One what is a monomer Two what is it doing in a protien? Much thanks, Rosie A "monomer" is a single unit of a polymer and a polymer is just a bunch of monomers (single units) hooked together. Teflon

    asked by Rosie on April 15, 2007
  2. monomers

    a polysaccharide is made up of which monomers? a protein is made up of which monomers a triacylglycerol is made up of which monomers? a polysaccharide is made up of which monomers? Polysaccharides are made of monosaccharides and/or disaccharides, which in

    asked by sarah on September 18, 2006
  3. Biology

    How is a protein different from a complex carbohydrate? a.The monomers that make up a protein vary whereas the monomers that make up a complex carbohydrate are all the same. b.Proteins function as energy storage polymers whereas complex carbohydrates

    asked by Steve on August 15, 2015
  4. biology

    How is a protein different from a carbohyrate? a. The monomers that make up a protein are called amino acids whereas the monomers that make up a complex carbohydrate are called simple sugars (monosaccharides.) b. Proeins function as energy storage polymers

    asked by Anonymous on August 17, 2018
  5. AP BIO

    2. Suppose the DNA molecule were composed of six monomers. In addition to the monomers A, T, C and G, two other monomers, O and P, were present. Furthermore, O and P were known to pair only with each other. Which of following statements regarding this kind

    asked by Tom on March 14, 2010
  6. chemistry

    Is teflon a dimer? I know that it is an addition polymer, but I don't know if that classifies it as a dimer. No. A dimer is two monomers hooked together. Teflon is a polymer;i.e., many monomers hooked together. I tried to find the molar mass of teflon was

    asked by DavidG on May 1, 2007
  7. biology

    Identify and explain examples of monomers and polymers in carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids.

    asked by Alicia on September 29, 2018
  8. Chemistry

    what happens in a condensation reaction head-to-tail joining of monomers side-by-side joining of monomers cross-linking of monomers*** substitution of halogen

    asked by Amy on May 25, 2016
  9. Biology

    What role do vesicles play in processing the proteins in the Golgi Apparatus? a. They create the proteins.(No) b. They modify the proteins. (No) c. They store the proteins. (Maybe) d.They transport the proteins. (Maybe)

    asked by David on October 15, 2013
  10. Biology

    What role do vesicles play in processing the proteins in the Golgi Apparatus? a. They create the proteins.(No) b. They modify the proteins. (No) c. They store the proteins. (Maybe) d.They transport the proteins. (Maybe)

    asked by David on October 15, 2013
  11. Bio

    Which membrane proteins are involved with the transport of molecules that otherwise would be unable to enter the cell? a) linker proteins b) glycoproteins c) carrier proteins d) peripheral proteins e) receptor proteins

    asked by Sarah on October 16, 2014
  12. Chemistry

    Which of the following is a condensation reaction? Two monomers combine when one adds to the double bond of another. Two monomers break away when one forms a double bond. Two monomers break away with the addition of a water molecule. Two monomers form a

    asked by Sarah on May 10, 2012
  13. biology

    Explain how both nucleic acids and proteins are polymers.Be sure to describe the monomers that make up the polymers.

    asked by Anonymous on August 21, 2014
  14. Chemistry

    Identify the major macronutrient by weight in each of the following key ingredients. Olive oil Carbohydrates Fats Proteins Buttermilk/milk Carbohydrates Fats Proteins Neither Distilled vinegar Carbohydrates Fats Proteins Plain Greek yogurt Carbohydrates

    asked by qwerty on October 10, 2013
  15. chemistry

    The monomer structure of polystyrene is shown below: (a) Would you expect polystyrene to be a stiff or a pliable polymer? 1)Stiff 2)Pliable (b) What kind of synthesis is used in the production of polystyrene from styrene monomers? 1)Addition polymerization

    asked by kkr on December 17, 2012
  16. Chemistry

    H8P1: Polystyrene The monomer structure of polystyrene is shown below: (a) Would you expect polystyrene to be a stiff or a pliable polymer? I)Stiff II)Pliable (b) What kind of synthesis is used in the production of polystyrene from styrene monomers?

    asked by qpt on December 18, 2012
  17. monomer of a protein

    What is the monomer of a protein? could you possibly give me an example? Thanks! What is an amino acid? Answer...a monomer of a protein.

    asked by nicole! on June 23, 2006
  18. chemistry help

    How does too little acid cause gastric distress? A. More than enough acid is present to digest proteins, resulting in inadequate digestion of proteins. B. The pH of the stomach becomes so high that proteins are not digested properly. C. The pH of the

    asked by emma on September 10, 2016
  19. AP Bio

    Antibodies are A. proteins or polysaccharides usually found on the cell surface of invading bacteria or viruses B. proteins that consist of two light and two heavy polypeptide chains C. proteins circulating in the blood that tag foreign blood cells for

    asked by Mary on March 19, 2008
  20. chemistry

    please can u help i need to a structure of a polymer and i dentify the monomer unit and include three monomer units,from the compound CH2=CH-CH-OH CH3 AND STATE THE POLYMERIZATION INVOLVED IN FORMING THE POLYMER,please help i have tried ,but i cant make

    asked by jane on March 6, 2007
  21. science

    what is not a major function of the plasma proteins in blood

    asked by kay on October 10, 2009
  22. biology

    Which is a form of active transport? A. Proteins open up channels in the cell membrane. B. Proteins push molecules through the cell membrane. C. Proteins create openings on another side of the cell membrane. D. Proteins enter and exit the cell freely. i

    asked by Lilly on October 24, 2017
  23. Chemistry

    Which of the following explains why there are so many differences in the properties of peptides and proteins? A) several amino acid sequences are possible for proteins and peptides B) some proteins are enzymes while others are not C) proteins and peptides

    asked by Jake on May 29, 2014
  24. Chemistry

    I have one more question DrBob, I have draw a structure of this polymer CH2=CH-CH-OH ' CH3 and identify the monomer units. Would the mononer unit be this: CH2-CH-CH-O ' CH3 AND WOULD THIS POLYMERIZATION BE A CONDENSATION TYPE? Paula--I am not an organic

    asked by Paula on February 20, 2007
  25. Science

    ______ is a major component of bones and the proteins that build muscles.

    asked by Stephanie on December 2, 2012
  26. science

    Blank is a major component of bones and the proteins that build muscles

    asked by johanna on December 22, 2014
  27. organic chem

    One characteristic of monomers that form addition polymers that is not common in monomers which form condensation polymers is: a. the presence of alkyl side chains b. the presence of two functional groups. c. the presence of pi bonds. d. None of the above.

    asked by Lucinda on August 5, 2010
  28. Biology

    a) What is a major structural advantage that eukaryotic cells have over prokaryotic cells? Why is this so important? My answer: The organelles in eukaryotic cells allow them to perform more complex functions than prokaryotic cells, which don't have these

    asked by mysterychicken on February 2, 2010
  29. american history

    jefferson davis confederacy was facing problems getting ready for the war.what was his major 2 problems?

    asked by mia on June 18, 2010
  30. Biology

    Which statement is NOT true about the proteins in the plasma membrane? -Proteins may be attached to the inner surface of the plasma membrane. -The hydrophobic portion of a protein is embedded within the membrane. -Some peripheral proteins are connected to

    asked by Anonymous on November 5, 2017
  31. Biology

    1. Which elements are most abundant in living organisms? A. hydrogen, carbon, calcium, potassium, oxygen, and phosphorus B. oxygen, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, hydrogen, and carbon C. carbon, potassium, iron, magnesium, hydrogen, and nitrogen D. oxygen,

    asked by Elma on October 24, 2019
  32. enviromental science

    Describe the major problems in today's large cities and the cause of these problems

    asked by rod on March 3, 2010
  33. Environmental Science

    Describe the major problems in today's large cities and the cause of these problems?

    asked by lisa on February 24, 2010
  34. chemisrty

    hello how would i draw a monomer CH2-CHCH=CH2 I have to draw three monomer units can anyone help

    asked by bex on March 15, 2007
  35. environmental science

    What can be done to help solve problems about major problems in large cities?

    asked by amanda on February 24, 2010
  36. chemistry

    I have a compound ch3 = ch- ch - oh ch3 the ch3 is under the first ch from the left, i have to identify the monomer unit and draw a structure showing three monomer unit any help i have a compound CH3= CH - CH - OH and another CH3 under the first CH from

    asked by bex on February 26, 2007
  37. Biology

    39. Proteins are manufactured from the "blueprints" found on DNA. After they are translated, they are moved through a system of internal membranes before being distributed throughout the rest of the cell. At some point in this process, they are modified to

    asked by mysterychicken on February 24, 2010
  38. Biology

    39. Proteins are manufactured from the "blueprints" found on DNA. After they are translated, they are moved through a system of internal membranes before being distributed throughout the rest of the cell. At some point in this process, they are modified to

    asked by mysterychicken on February 24, 2010
  39. Chem

    CH2 = CH - CH - OH ............| ...........CH3 Draw the structure of this polymer and identify the monomer unit. Should show three monomer unit State the type of polymerization involved in forming this polymer Hi Lacey, do you know the answers for part a,

    asked by Lacey on March 12, 2007
  40. Environmental Science

    1. How has the size and location of big cities changes since the year 1900? 2. Describe the major problems in today's large cities and the cause of these problems. 3. What can be done to help solve these problems? 4. You may never live in a big city, but

    asked by lisa on February 24, 2010
  41. Science plz help

    Explain the basic parts of a major theme in molecular biology: the pathway of DNA to RNA to proteins. Include a general idea of what occurs at each stage

    asked by Sara on January 23, 2015
  42. Human services

    Where would I look for information on problems that infant daycare have. I know abuse and negalect are two major problems, but I need resources to back up the information that I know.

    asked by Patiance on January 26, 2011
  43. CHEM 1B

    Carboxylic acids are stronger acids than alcohols A. This is because the carboxy anion is delocalised. B. This is because the hydrogen atom is delocalised. C. The O-H bond in carboxylic acids is very strong. D. This statement is not true One characteristic

    asked by Lucinda on August 7, 2010
  44. Honors Chemistry

    "Would it be possible to have an addition polymer synthesized from a monomer that has only single bonds? Why or why not?" ==> I know that an addition polymer can only be synthesized from a monomer that has double bonds, but my textbook did not explain why.

    asked by Emily on May 20, 2010
  45. Biology

    Can proteins like GFP slow transcription of other essential cellular proteins?

    asked by Matt on October 16, 2009
  46. college

    what causes denaturation in proteins distinquish between permanently and temporarily denatured proteins

    asked by Tiny on October 27, 2009
  47. Comunications

    Prescribe solutions for business communication problems. This sounds like the subject of a major paper. In general, most communication problems are solved by telling the truth, being very clear about your objectives, and considering the sensibilities of

    asked by Dan on January 3, 2007
  48. human biology need help

    The Golgi body receives proteins from the (A) __________, "packages" those proteins and "ships" them to other areas of the cell, or to the (B) ________ for secretion.

    asked by Ann on March 11, 2014
  49. human biology please help

    The Golgi body receives proteins from the (A) __________, "packages" those proteins and "ships" them to other areas of the cell, or to the (B) ________ for secretion.

    asked by Ann on March 11, 2014
  50. science

    Why are proteins necessary in your body? What are polymers that build up to make proteins?

    asked by Erin on December 9, 2011
  51. sci 230

    The DNA creates new proteins but once the proteins are created, can they work by themselves

    asked by meshelle on April 17, 2009
  52. cellbio

    Griffith's experiments along with Avery, MacLeod and McCarty helped to determine the transforming factors of Pneumococcus bacteria. Using heat-killed S-strain bacteria and one particular fraction of the cell lysates, they were able to demonstrate that

    asked by Josh on July 21, 2006
  53. Biochemistry

    25mg of glycogen is supplied – what is its’ percentage purity? The glycogen sample was hydrolysed to glucose monomers with 2ml of 2M sulphuric acid in water. The hydrosylate was then neutralised and made up to 10ml total volume. The glucose content was

    asked by Anonymous on November 26, 2019
  54. biology

    Studies peg the number of proteins in the human body to be around 10,000 to several billions. This diversity is a result of the differences in the structure of proteins. Which property of proteins affects its structure? A. shape of amino groups B. sequence

    asked by mac on September 12, 2019
  55. Biology

    Hormones are _____? a) produced only in response to environmental stress b) are all under the control of the pituitary gland c) signals that must interact with DNA in order to be effective d) always proteins I feel like it is b) because hormone receptors

    asked by Lauren on April 28, 2014
  56. Biology

    Hormones are _____? a) produced only in response to environmental stress b) are all under the control of the pituitary gland c) signals that must interact with DNA in order to be effective d) always proteins I feel like it is b) because hormone receptors

    asked by Lauren on April 28, 2014
  57. A & P

    The skin plays a major role in A. retention of oxygen and excretion of carbon dioxide. B. absorption of vitamin A and certain drugs. C. storage of fatty tissure for energy. D. synthesis and storage of proteins. I didn't understand this question at all.

    asked by Diana on February 1, 2014
  58. BUSINESS

    1. You've told Dan, a new contact, that you're looking for a qualified sales representative. Now you want to find out if there's any way you can help his business. What's an effective way to approach the question? A. Give him your business card and tell

    asked by Beatrice on February 11, 2014
  59. Biology/Chemistry

    What kind of isomers can amino acids form? Which isomer is present in most living organisms? don't major compounds of living organisms consist of modifications of hydrocarbons Although D amino acids can be found in nature, only the L isomers are used to

    asked by Raj on February 21, 2007
  60. science

    Should we eliminate fats from our diets altogether and increase proteins? What are some of the benefits that unsaturated fats and proteins provide when included in a balanced diet?

    asked by connie on July 1, 2009
  61. SCIENCE

    1. Receives proteins and materials from the ER, packages them, and distributes them. 2. Has passageways that carry proteins and other materials from one part of the cell to another. Need help making these 2 sentences in a flattering discription

    asked by HAYDEN on September 6, 2016
  62. Biology

    What are the differences between proteins produced in free ribosomes versus proteins produced in the rough endoplasmic reticulum?

    asked by Cammy on April 28, 2014
  63. Biology

    Which of the following is a function of the nucleus? a. stores DNA b. stores sugars c. builds proteins d. packages proteins

    asked by Clueless on September 1, 2018
  64. Civics

    Major local civic problems

    asked by GIFT on January 16, 2019
  65. CIVIC EDUCATION

    WHAT ARE THE MAJOR LOCAL CIVIC PROBLEMS?

    asked by IBRAHIM UMAR on November 19, 2015
  66. art

    what are the major local civic problems?

    asked by kgd Nk on May 29, 2013
  67. social studies

    what was major cause of problems with the sharecropping system

    asked by anon on February 26, 2017
  68. chemistry

    Hi, Is the molecular formula different when it is in a gaseous state? Cheers ;) Sometimes yes, sometimes no. H2O, for example, is thought to be in a group of 6 as a liquid at room temprature, a group of 4 at higher temperatures, and single H2O molecules as

    asked by bertie on February 6, 2007
  69. Science Question

    Griffith's experiments along with Avery, MacLeod and McCarty helped to determine the transforming factors of Pneumococcus bacteria. Using heat-killed S-strain bacteria and one particular fraction of the cell lysates, they were able to demonstrate that

    asked by sara on July 22, 2006
  70. managerial finance

    Can you please give me couple name of companies that went bankrupcy or that had bad financial problems. Thanks Calpine, Inc American Home Bally Total Fitness Enron is the first name that comes to mind. This site lists several other major companies with

    asked by emma82 on August 13, 2007
  71. chemistry

    What is the molar mass of one LA monomer?

    asked by meg on February 22, 2011
  72. polymers

    is polymethylpentene monomer's toxic?

    asked by Brad on April 6, 2009
  73. algebra homework help

    student missed 11 problems on a Chemistry test and received a grade of 65%. If all the problems were of equal value, how many problems were on the test? Round off your answer to the nearest integer. X= # of problems 11= # of missed problems 65% of correct

    asked by jennifer on October 12, 2016
  74. Civic

    What are the major local/world civic problems

    asked by Excel on February 27, 2019
  75. OChem

    A disaccharide has how many monomers? I think it is two?

    asked by Bri on August 30, 2015
  76. biology

    what are the monomers of lipids?

    asked by payton on September 26, 2007
  77. Biology

    Which is NOT a major function of proteins? A. Provides cell structure B. Stores energy for the cell C. Functions as regulator molecules in cellular activity D. Functions as carrier molecules is it D

    asked by Amy on July 10, 2013
  78. chemistry

    What is the monomer and polymer structure of DNA?

    asked by Liz on May 23, 2014
  79. biology

    What type of monomer does ATP represent?

    asked by biology on September 25, 2013
  80. biology

    insulin is formed by which type of monomer? please could somebody help me! thank you!

    asked by sam on October 11, 2007
  81. Biology

    What monomer makes up a nucleic acid?

    asked by Anonymous on September 27, 2009
  82. seventh grade science

    what is a monomer what is a polymer what is the structure of a protein

    asked by david on October 25, 2008
  83. science

    for many years pellagra was believed to be an infectious disease promoted by unsanitary conditions. it was common in sanatoriums and orphanages but only among the patients and not the staff. a study of the diets showed that suffers of pellagra rarely ate

    asked by anonymous on October 4, 2012
  84. PreAP English Grade 10

    Ok. I am having major problems with the homework questions about King Arthur. Does anyone want to help me?

    asked by Michele on October 8, 2007
  85. environmental science

    Describe the major problems in today's large cities

    asked by Chelsea on February 24, 2010
  86. Civics

    list the major local/world civic problems

    asked by MERCY on December 28, 2018
  87. Biology

    How many different kinds of monomers are there in starch?

    asked by Cindy on October 19, 2008
  88. Biology(Organic Compounds)

    How many different kinds of monomers are there in starch?

    asked by Matt Eaton on February 22, 2008
  89. chemistry

    What are the monomers of aspartame? I can only get one, which is methan ol, but what are the others?

    asked by Lindsey on May 10, 2008
  90. biochem lab

    any help with any of these questions is appreciated. Why was lysozyme pipetted with the Drummond micropipetter? Why can we crystallize lysozyme at room temperature when most proteins require 4 degrees celcius? Why can lysozyme experiments be set up without

    asked by stew on April 30, 2008
  91. Biology

    Describe how a monomer is the basic unit of all macromolecules.

    asked by Lexi on May 12, 2014
  92. hemistry

    does glucose sometimes act as a monomer? explain your answer

    asked by nancy on September 2, 2011
  93. Biology

    Describe how a monomer is the basic unit of all macromolecules.

    asked by Lori on April 28, 2014
  94. Biology Help

    Describe how a monomer is the basic unit of all macromolecules. Thank you! :)

    asked by Tabby on April 16, 2014
  95. Geography

    Following the breakup of the Soviet Union, what are some of the major problems faced by many of the new countries? Thanks.

    asked by Tim on October 13, 2011
  96. History

    Why were there major health problems in the British Caribbean between 1838-1876?

    asked by Nneka on November 29, 2011
  97. Civic education

    Mention ten major world and local civil problems

    asked by Esther on November 18, 2018
  98. History

    Why were there major health problems in the British Caribbean between 1838-1876?

    asked by Nneka on October 16, 2011
  99. chemistry

    Why is HCl required in the stomach? A. To transport proteins into the small intestines B. To help absorb other acids in the stomach C. To catalyze the digestion of carbohydrates D. To aid in the digestion of proteins

    asked by jessie on September 12, 2016
  100. chemistry

    What functional group(s) must be present in a monomer of a condensation reaction?

    asked by Alex on May 7, 2008