BIOL150 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lysine, Alanine, Pyrimidine

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The substance that would be expected in the hydrolyzed protein would be individual amino acids because the peptide bonds between them would be hydrolyzed. In the unhydrolyzed protein the peptide bonds would be not be broken and it would result in a longer chain of amino acids. The substance that would be found in the unhydrolyzed nucleic acids would be dna and. Rna because the phosphodiester bonds between them break releasing individual nucleotides. In a hydrolyzed nucleic acid the phosphodiester bonds wouldn"t break which would result in longer nucleic acid chains. If the procedure was partially successful then in the hydrolyzed nucleic acid it would look like the unhydrolyzed nucleic acid because not all of the phosphodiester bonds have not broken up into their individual nucleotides. If the hydrolyzed protein was partially successful it would look like the unhydrolyzed protein because not all of the peptide bonds are broken and it would result in longer chains of amino acids.

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