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This quiz is based on the various aspects of the structure of protein molecules and amino acids.

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1.

The Quaternary structure of a protein is :

  its structure resulting from hydrogen bonds between the C=O and N-H groups of different amino acids.

  its structure resulting from interactions between amino acid side chains.

  its amino acid sequence

  its structure resulting from the union of more than one protein molecule, called subunit proteins.

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2.

The sequence of different amino acids in the polypeptide chain of a protein is called its :

  Quaternary structure

  secondary structure

  primary structure

  tertiary structure

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3.

Successive amino acids in the polypeptide chains that make up a protein are held together by :

  phosphodiester bonds

  peptide bonds

  N-glycosidic bonds

  interprotamine disulfide bonds

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4.

How many different amino acids are found in proteins ?

  27

  infinite

  20

  30

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5.

Each protein has a particular 3D structure which is decided by its:

  tertiary structure

  primary structure

  Quaternary structure

  secondary structure

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6.

Infectious self-reproducing agents consisting only of protein, with no nucleic acids (hypothesized in 1982 by Nobel Laureate Stanley B. Prusiner) are called :

  Prions

  exteins

  proteinoids

  proteomes

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7.

Which of the following is not an aromatic amino acid ?

  Phenylalanine

  Tyrosine

  Serine

  Tryptophan

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