1) Significant information is carried by linear sequence of amino acids in proteins. Which of the given below best describe nature of that information.
a) It states the three-dimensional folding and catalytic ability of the protein
b) It can be broadcasted from one generation to next.
c) This information finally dictates metabolic ability of a cell.
d) By using this information needs a complex translation process.
e) Expression of this information needs the input of energy.
2) Energy is released when the match light aviation fuel. Which of the given below make this a reasonable analogy to describe how life generates energy?
a) Both fuel ignition and life are processes which involve redox chemistry.
b) Aviation fuel is derived from biological material deposited underground as oil.
c) Aviation fuel is reasonably stable until it contacts the match – resembling food
that is reasonably stable until catalyzed reactions release its energy
d) The loud noise and gas release resemble human digestion.
e) Aviation fuel can serve as fuel for almost all living things.