In this protein worksheet, students answer twelve questions about the nature of proteins and their structures including primary, secondary and tertiary structures. They also identify the functional classes of proteins and their functions.
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Cell Membrane & Transport
Young scientists demonstrate their understanding of cell transport on this comprehensive instructional activity. Focusing on cellular structure and the different processes that allow materials to move into, out of, and throughout animal...
9th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Adaptable
7.012 Quiz 1 Answers (Organic Molecules)
The answer key for a nine-page assessment on organic molecule is contained in this resource. Probably the only way to use this resource in your chemistry class, would be to imitate the questions on your own worksheet to assign as a...
11th - Higher Ed Science
Raven Chapter 15 Guided Notes: Genes and How They Work
What does it take to produce all of the proteins that make up a living organism? An amazing series of events! Biology novices review the steps of protein synthesis by breaking down transcription and translation in detail. Colorful...
9th - Higher Ed Science
The Making of the Fittest: Natural Selection in Humans
Sickle cell disease only occurs when both parents contribute the trait, and mostly in those of African descent. Where did it come from? How did it evolve? Tony Allison, a molecular biologist, noticed a connection between sickle cell and...
14 mins 8th - Higher Ed Science CCSS: Designed