1. Integration of Integration of new terms and definitions.

  2. Introduce the learners to amino acids, peptide bonding, and the roles of proteins in metabolic functions.

  3. Identification of patterns, analysis of data for patterns.

  4. Real world applications (relate scientific concepts to real and recent events).

This packet should help a learner seeking to understand the basic structure and function of proteins.

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This video gives an introduction to proteins, including what they are, what they are made of, and what they are useful for. It also covers the four levels of protein structure, including primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary.

Protein Review Questions

This slide show contains 5 questions to test your knowledge on the material covered in the previous slide show. The answers are provided at the end.

Source: Self Created by Kelsey Perreault