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33 59 60 Proteins Proteins are the most abundant organic compound in the body. Many amino acids linked together form a polypeptide. One or more polypeptides form a protein. A protein's shape determines which function it performs: • providing structure and protection • promoting muscle contraction • transporting various substances • regulating processes • serving as enzymes (the largest group of proteins, which act as catalysts for crucial chemical reactions). Nucleic acids The nucleic acids DNA and RNA are composed of nitrogenous bases, sugars, and phosphate groups.
But nutritional patterns, health care, and other environmental factors also influence development. 23 Understanding X-linked dominant inheritance 43 44 This diagram shows the possible offspring of a normal parent and a parent with an X-linked dominant gene on the X chromosome (shown by a solid dot). When the father is affected, only his daughters have the abnormal gene. When the mother is affected, both male and female offspring may be affected. Understanding X-linked recessive inheritance This diagram shows the possible offspring of a normal parent and a parent with a recessive gene on the X chromosome (shown by an open dot).
Right hypochondriac, 2. Epigastric, 3. Left hypochondriac, 4. Right lumbar (lateral), 5. Umbilical, 6. Left lumbar (lateral), 7. Right iliac (inguinal), 8. Hypogastric, 9. Left iliac (inguinal); Matchmaker Match the four forms of movement within cells illustrated here with their definitions. 1. ___ A. Movement of sodium from inside the cell to outside, where sodium concentration is greater, and movement of potassium from outside the cell to inside, where potassium concentration is greater 2. ___ 36 B.
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