What important feature(s) of noncovalent bonds makes them so important to life?
They are weak in a cellular environment so they can be made, broken, and reformed easily.
True or false: an ionic interaction, such as the interaction between Na+ and Cl-, is considered a covalent bond.
Imagine walking through a tropical rainforest. You notice that there are different types of trees, birds, insects, and a plethora of other living things. A few weeks later you are taking a walk through the desert and notice that the trees, birds, insects, and many other living things are different than those you saw in the rainforest.Which of the following statements best explains the differences between each of these ecological systems?
Organisms in each ecological system have evolved in that system and have adaptations suited for that environment.
Which of the following components of an amino acid differs from one amino acid to another?
the side chain
In the DNA sequence 5'–TGAC–3', the phosphodiester linkage between the guanine and the adenine connects:
the 3' end of the guanine to the 5' end of the adenine.