WGU C785

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WGU C785 Biochemistry Unit Exam Questions And Answers(This is all 67 of the unit exam questions for Biochemistry)
  • WGU C785 Biochemistry Unit Exam Questions And Answers(This is all 67 of the unit exam questions for Biochemistry)

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  • Which level of protein structure is disrupted through the hydrolysis of peptide bonds? Quaternary Tertiary Primary Secondary Primary The primary structure of a protein is the sequence of amino acids held together by peptide bonds. Peptide bonds are formed by dehydration reactions and disrupted by hydrolysis. A mutation in the beta-hemoglobin gene, which results in the replacement of the amino acid glutamate in position 6 with the amino acid valine, leads to the development...
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WGU C785 FINAL EXAM WITH CORRECT ANSWERS(Biochemistry Units 2-7)
  • WGU C785 FINAL EXAM WITH CORRECT ANSWERS(Biochemistry Units 2-7)

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  • What is the basic structure of an amino acid? What do they look like? amino group (NH2 or NH3), carboxyl group (COO or COOH), alpha carbon (C), and variable group How do you identify the 3 different types of side chains: non-polar/hydrophobic, polar, and charged? Non-polar/hydrophobic - end with CH or "can't have" water. Polar - end with OH, SH, or NH. Charged - end with a charge what kinds of bonds do each of the 3 different types of side chains make? ionic, hydrophobic/non-...
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BioChem C785 - WGU - Module 3 - all questions and answers
  • BioChem C785 - WGU - Module 3 - all questions and answers

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  • Hb (hemoglobin) binds to CO (carbon monoxide) with a higher affinity than oxygen and stabilizes the R (relaxed) state True When hemoglobin changes from the T to the R, it has a high affinity for oxygen True When hemoglobin changes from the R to T, it has a low affinity for oxygen True Cooperatively refers to structural changes that increases the affinity for oxygen in hemoglobin When the oxygen concentration is high, the heme shape is planar. When the oxygen conce...
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BioChem C785 - WGU - Module 4 - all questions and answers
  • BioChem C785 - WGU - Module 4 - all questions and answers

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  • The polysaccharide cellulose is composed of sugar monomers linked through beta linkages, with their CH2OH groups in opposite direction relative to the neighboring monomer. True Nutrient that can not be broken down to a substance that can participate in the production of ATP via aerobic cellular metabolism Vitamin E Glycolysis produces 2 ATP molecules, through what process are these ATP molecules made? Substrate level phosphorylation What product of beta oxidation is able ...
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WGU 785 Final Exam Latest 2021/2022 With Complete Solution
  • WGU 785 Final Exam Latest 2021/2022 With Complete Solution

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  • WGU 785 Final Exam Latest 2021/2022 With Complete Solution
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BIOCHEM C785 study guide PA
  • BIOCHEM C785 study guide PA

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  • Complementary DNA and/or RNA molecules pair with each other by hydrogen bonding during replication, transcription, or translation. Which of the following pairs of molecules are complementary? (Select all that apply) tRNA and mRNA mRNA and template DNA During DNA replication the parent strands ______ and DNA polymerase______. separate, creates the new DNA strands The following sequence is one strand of the DNA that makes up the SNCA gene that codes for alpha-synuclein, a protein ...
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C785 Biochemistry preassessment with complete solution
  • C785 Biochemistry preassessment with complete solution

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  • Assuming 100% reaction efficiency, how many DNA copies are created after the completion of four complete PCR cycles? 16 What is the function of DNA polymerase in the process of PCR? It recognizes the primers and uses the available dNTPs to replicate the template DNA sequence. What are possible blood types of the parents of a patient with blood type AB? A and B 115 116 117 118 − Amino Acid Number Tyr Gly Thr Pro − Amino Acid Sequence TAC GGG ACA CCA − DNA Sequence ...
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WGU Biochem OA Review With Complete Solution.
  • WGU Biochem OA Review With Complete Solution.

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  • Males and Females are equally affected Autosomal The process of copying DNA in the lab Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) What is needed for Polymerase Chain Reaction? Template DNA, Nucleotides (dNTPS), DNA Polymerase, and DNA Primers What are the three steps of a Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)? Denaturing, Annealing, Elongating What is the first step of a Polymerase Chain Reaction? Denaturing (DNA is heated up to separate it) What is Annealing? Cooling th...
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BioChem C785 - WGU - Module 1 - all questions and answers
  • BioChem C785 - WGU - Module 1 - all questions and answers

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  • DNA replication is semiconservative, which allows each of the 2 strands to serve as a template for the new strands true Recall that the DNA polymerase must bind a double-stranded polymer before it can start making its own DNA polymer. What helps the DNA polymerase to overcome this problem in DNA replication? RNA primers Several components of cigarette smoke, including benzopyrene, insert themselves into the DNA and lead to several types of mutations such as frameshift mutations, ...
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WGU 785 Final Exam With Complete Solutions
  • WGU 785 Final Exam With Complete Solutions

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  • Hemophilia Pedigree - Father has hemophilia, mother does not. What is the outcome for their kids? His daughters would be carriers. This is x-link recessive. Autosomal: Dominant: Autosomal: males and females equally affected. Dominant: non-carrier parents polymerase chain reaction (PCR) The process of copying DNA in the lab. Uses Template DNA, Nucleotides (dNTPS), DNA Polymerase, and DNA primers. 3 Steps of PCR 1. Denaturation: DNA is heated to 95C to separate it. 2. A...
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