What type of biological molecule is an exonuclease?
Exonuclease is an enzyme that immediately starts removing individual nucleotides from the 3' end of a nucleic acid.
An enzyme molecule acts as a catalyst in a biological reaction.
it's a protein
Enzymes are proteins.
DNA is a nucleic acid.
An enzyme is a protein with catalytic abilities.
Triacylglycerol, or more commonly known as triglyceride, is a type of lipid.
Enzymes are proteins that speed up chemical reactions in our body, or in other words a biological catalyst
First of all what is a biological molecule? Its a group of substances that make up and helps with proper functioning of a living organism. There are several different types of biological molecules: - Carbohydrates - Proteins - Salts - Lipids -etc.
in proteins are found peptide bonds
Leaves are made up of many, many types of biological molecules.
Peptide bonding is the fundamental bonding in all types of Proteins.
Proteins that uses the energy of NTP hydrolysis to separate the DNA strands.
mononucleotide...mono means one and nucleotide means biological molecule so simply one biological molecule.
Exonuclease enzymes cleave nucleotides from the ends of DNA molecules. Endonuclease enzymes cleave a phosphodiester bond somewhere within the DNA molecule (not at the ends).
I think its a protein :)
because they arent : )
This molecule is called enzyme.
Many biological molecules contain phosphorus. Too many to list.
The biological significance of a DNA molecule is that it: 1) Controls the synthesis of proteins (as well as enzymes because they are also proteins). 2) Is responsible for carrying hereditary characteristics.
an exonuclease cleaves nucleotides from the end of a polynucleotide chain whereas an endonuclease cleaves nucleotides from within a polynucleotide chain
The class of biological molecule that contains fatty acids is lipids.
Atp - adp
No. Lead is toxic, especially to the brain.
Prostoglandins are lipidic substances.
biological reduction is the addition of electrons(hydrogen atoms) to a molecule.it also increase the potential energy of the molecule
A biological molecule that contains a phosphate group are nucleotides. Nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) consist of a five carbon sugar, an organic base, and a phosphate group.
The largest biological level among the given options is organ
Anything that's not highly conserved which is 99% of biological molecules.
The many ways that monomers of each class of biological molecule can be combined into polymers
Amino acid molecule is a biologically important organic compounds. Protein molecule are large biological molecules that has a long chain of amino acids.
My guess would be a complex carbohydrate. isn't it DNA?
van der waals interaction
The pyloric sphincter will allow any molecule, not just biological ones, to go through because molecules are so much smaller than the opening created by the sphincter when it opens up.
Monosaccharides are the most basic form of sugar and can not be broken down into a smaller form. They are usually colorless, water-soluble, and crystalline solids. Examples of monosaccharides include glucose and fructose.
what type of organic molecule is lactose
As far as I remember, the answer is Adenosine Triphosphate. (ATP)
Actin and myosin are essential proteins in muscle contraction.
There is hundreds of enzymes, but mostly composed of polypeptide molecules.
Which of these classes of biological molecules consits of both small molecule and macromolecular polymers?
it will cause a chemical reaction
Because it forms vital molecules such as DNA and RNA.
The Type of substance of a molecule would be an element.
The type of molecule that is an enzyme is a protein molecule.
the type of organic molecule an enzyme is would be a protien
What is composed of only one type of molecule
restriction endonuclease and exonuclease
Enzymes are biological molecules that enable biological reactions to occur. An enzyme will attach to one molecule and this encourages another molecule to attach to the pair. The enzyme will then dettach itself from the new pair of molecules and be used to form the next pair. Without the enzyme, the reaction wouldn't have been able to happen at all. Not all biological reactions need enzymes, but many do.