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posted Sep 28, 2017, 6:47 AM by Kelly Allen
Journal:If the average number of amino acids in a protein is 480, and there are 20 different amino acids, how might you figure out how many possible unique combinations of amino acids you might be able to get? Explain.

Class: Continue notes on Nucleic Acids (see slides 17-21 of 9/26 attachment)
Work on Molecular Modeling activity

HW: Read Ch. 2
Ch. 2 test Fri. 10/6
Amino Acid Tales extra credit due Fri. 10/6 (see 9/26 attachment)
Book Club #2 Tues. 10/10