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Which item is a nonessential amino acid in human nutrition?​ a. ​Threonine b. ​Tryptophan c. ​Proline d. ​Methionine e. ​Phenylalanine
c. ​Proline
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Which pair of statements best describes an essential amino acid? It is an amino acid that contains peptide bonds. An example is proline. It is an amino acid that contains nitrogen. An example is aspartic acid. It is an amino acid that cannot be made by the body. It must be obtained from eating certain foods. It is an amino acid that can be produced by the body. Vitamin supplements maintain healthy levels.
It is an amino acid that cannot be made by the body. It must be obtained from eating certain foods.
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When 2 or more plant proteins are combined to compensate for deficiencies in essential amino acid content in each protein, the proteins are called A) nonessential proteins. B) complementary proteins. C) conditional proteins. D) corrected proteins
B) complementary proteins
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if a particular operon encodes enzymes for making an essential amino acid and is regulated like the trp operon, then
the amino acid acts as a corresponder
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The body normally makes tyrosine from the essential amino acid: A. Phenylalanine B. Leucine C. Valine D. Lysine
Without critical essential amino acid to perform their roles many of the body’s life-sustaining activities would come to a halt
The body normally makes tyrosine from the essential amino acid
Phen
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