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Phospholipids

by Georgina Cornwall, PhD
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    The lecture Phospholipids by Georgina Cornwall, PhD is from the course The Macromolecules of Life.


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    1. Formation of beta pleated sheets and alpha helices through interaction of the amino and carboxylate groups of other amino acids
    2. Association of multiple polypeptide chains to form a protein
    3. Formation of beta pleated sheets and alpha helices through interaction of the R-groups of other amino acids.
    1. Changes in ion concentration
    2. Changes in pH
    3. Changes in temperature
    4. Chaparonins
    5. A stable environment
    1. Phosphate
    2. Nitrogenous base
    3. Sugar
    4. An OH group
    1. Lipids are non polymer macromolecules
    2. Glycerol
    3. Fatty acid
    4. Hydrocarbons
    1. Vegetable based fats
    2. Fatty acids with multiple double bonds in cis transformation
    3. Fully hydrogenated fatty acids
    1. Due to the presence of a hydrophilic head and a hydrophobic tail within the same molecule
    2. Due to the presence of hydrophilic tail and head structures within the same molecule
    3. Due to the presence of a hydrophobic head and a hydrophobic tail within the same molecule
    4. Due to the presence of a hydrophobic head and a hydrophilic tail within the same molecule
    5. Due to the presence of a neutral tail and a hydrophilic head within the same molecule
    1. …cellular membranes
    2. …nucleic acids
    3. …chaperones
    4. …enzymes
    5. …ribosomes

    Author of lecture Phospholipids

     Georgina Cornwall, PhD

    Georgina Cornwall, PhD


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    great
    By Özge K. on 21. June 2018 for Phospholipids

    She talks so clear, understandable.. just a little fast but i havent got bored.. Thank you..

     
    good start
    By Wilmar B. on 23. April 2018 for Phospholipids

    informative. good review for this basic area as it has clinical correlations

     
    Authentic, thorough, relevant information
    By saadia z. on 17. February 2018 for Phospholipids

    An excellent, brief and up to date piece of information, ideal for quick recall