What are proteins?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 17th Jul, 2014, 04:18: PM
Proteins are polypeptides, i.e. macromolecules formed of a linear chain of amino acids linked to each other by peptide bonds.
Answered by | 17th Jul, 2014, 06:18: PM
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- Define a homopolymer.
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- Expand the term RuBisCO.
- Name the protein which is most abundantly found in the biosphere.
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