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______________________ c. Phosphorus (P) exists as many isotopes. One isotope is called P32, based on its atomic weight. The atomic weight can be calculated by adding up the number of protons and the number of neutrons. How many neutrons does P32 have? ______________________ d. How many electrons does the magnesium ion Mg2+ have? (The 2+ indicates that the magnesium atom has lost two electrons). ______________________ 2. There is much more variety in proteins than in complex carbohydrates. Explain why.

Gov/pmc/articles/PMC1479806/ 2. Proteins are the “nanomachines of life,” accomplishing all of the functions needed to keep us alive. For decades scientists have tried to create synthetic proteins of a particular shape to serve a particular function, such as blocking the sites the cholera toxin uses to create diarrhea. But, despite extensive efforts, scientists still have no way of predicting the final shape of a protein based on its amino acid sequence. Without this information, it is difficult to develop proteins to serve a particular purpose.

A structure that assembles amino acids into proteins ______________________ 3. A set of membranes involved in packaging proteins for export ______________________ 4. A small saclike structure used to transport substances within the cell ______________________ 5. A membranous organelle that generates ATP ______________________ 6. A small saclike structure that degrades waste products ______________________ 7. The site of DNA storage ______________________ 4. DESCRIBE METHODS BY WHICH SUBSTANCES ENTER AND LEAVE CELLS THAT DO NOT REQUIRE CELLULAR ENERGY See Exercise 3-6.

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