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A negative b. A neutral c. A positive d. Either neutral or positive e. Either neutral or negative charge at neutral pH. 4. Which of the following (if any) is always hydrophilic? a. Nucleic acids b. Proteins c. Lipids d. one of the above Short Answer 5. Explain why lipids arc amphipathic. 6. What causes some proteins to be hydrophobic, others to be hydrophilic, and others to be acidic? Topic Test 3: Answers I. False. Francis Crick stated the "central dogma" for information flow in biology in the 1960s as D A H RNA ---) protein.

The phosphodiester bond has a. A negative b. A neutral c. A positive d. Either neutral or positive e. Either neutral or negative charge at neutral pH. 4. Which of the following (if any) is always hydrophilic? a. Nucleic acids b. Proteins c. Lipids d. one of the above Short Answer 5. Explain why lipids arc amphipathic. 6. What causes some proteins to be hydrophobic, others to be hydrophilic, and others to be acidic? Topic Test 3: Answers I. False. Francis Crick stated the "central dogma" for information flow in biology in the 1960s as D A H RNA ---) protein.

6. Mesophile, neutrophile, osmotolerant. I Whal is requiredjor a baclenum 10 be considered alive? I W~lisbaw~Mgrow~? I Whal changes occur in baclerial physiology and melabolism during Ihe growlh phase of a balch cullure?

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