It has the same number of protons as electrons.
It has two more protons than neutrons.
It has one more electron than it does protons.
It has one more proton than it does electrons.
Non-polar / hydrophilic
Non-polar / hydrophobic
Polar / hydrophobic
Parched / thirsty
Polar / hydrophilic
Heat Of vaporization
Bond Of Love
As mad as @#$#@%^&
Exergonic/ hydrogen bond
Aminocarboxylation / protein
Functional / hydrogen
A carboxyl group, COOH
A side chain, R
A phosphorous atom, P
An amino functional group, NH2
They release heat. making the reatant monomers move faster
They reduce entropy
Because the condensation and hydrolysis reactions are equally spontaneous.
Because polymers are energetically more stable and have lower potential energy than monomers do.
It is reduced, and tends to act as an electron donor in redox reactions.
It acts as an acid and loses a proton, giving it a negative charge.
It acts as a base and gains a proton, giving it a positive charge.
It remains neutral, like water, and does not have a charge.
Relative to the amino acids found in organisms, its interactions with water will be intermediate.
It is hydrophilic.
It is hydrophobic.
Relative to the amino acids found in organisms, its interactions with water will be very high.
A molecule that has the same formula, but a different structure.
Another copy of the same molecule.
A molecule that is the same except it has an additional side group.
A molecule that has the same structure as the target molecule, but a different formula.
Heat of vaporization
Density at room temperature
It is probably a structural protein found in cartilage or skeletal tissue.
It is probably a structural protein that is involved in cell-to-cell adhesion.
It is probably an enzyme that works through allosteric regulation.
It is probably a cell membrane transport protein–like an ion channel
It is probably an enzyme that works through competitive inhibition.
Facilitated diffusion through a transporter protein
Facilitated diffusion through an ion channel protein
Active transport through a "pump" protein
A recognition protein that identifies cells as belonging to the body
A transport protein that facilitates diffusion of a large molecule across cell membranes
A protein that is toxic to cells by opening channels in membranes
A membrane-bound pump that moves large molecules against a gradient by using ATP
They have more smooth endoplasmic reticulum than rough endoplasmic reticulum.
They have larger nuclei than cells that secrete large quantities of lipids
They contain large quantities of rough endoplasmic reticulum.
They contain large numbers of lysosomes.
Ribosomes that attach to the outer mitochondrial membrane
Ribosomes that attach to the endoplasmic reticulum
Ribosomes that attach to the Golgi complex
They both have their own DNA.
They are capable of reproducing themselves.
They both have multiple membranes.
They are both part of the endomembrane system.
Ribosomes that exit the nucleus through the nuclear pore complex attach to ribosome receptor locations on the endoplasmic reticulum, thus providing a means of communication between the two structures.
The inner and outer bilayers of the nuclear envelope are separated by a space that is continuous with the space inside the endoplasmic reticulum, thus providing direct contact between the two structures
The nuclear lamina anchors the endoplasmic reticulum, providing structural support and communication through direct contact
The nucleolus is present in the nucleus, but communicates directly with the endoplasmic reticulum.
To provide a means of cell-cell interaction
To protect the cell from the effects of a hypotonic environment
To regulate the passage of solutes into and out of the cell
To enable the cell to obtain nutrients from its environment