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Dictionary » P » Prolamines

Prolamines

prolamines

proteins insoluble in water or neutral salt solutions, soluble in dilute acids or alkalies, and in 50 to 90% alcohol; e.g., gliadin, zein, hordein; all have relatively high proline contents.


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IBO 2003 questions- please help me out

... 1. Somatotropin(only present in higher vertebrates, but it's structure is very important as it is a hormone, it needs to fit in the receptor) 4. Prolamines(they just store stuff, doesn't really matter what they look like). B. Agreed with blcr11 C. Which cells will grow in the medium with PG as ...

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by MrMistery
Tue May 13, 2008 6:16 pm
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: IBO 2003 questions- please help me out
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IBO 2003 questions- please help me out

... evolutionary conservativeness of their primary structure: 1. Somatotropin. 2. Catalytic subunit of a DNA – polymerase. 3. Histone H1. 4. Prolamines (storage proteins of cereals). (A hint will do - how will i go about it?) B: Nucleoside phosphates can be interphosphorylated enzymatically. ...

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by tittu
Mon May 12, 2008 2:34 pm
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: IBO 2003 questions- please help me out
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