How is an electrostatic attraction affected by solvent (water)? Why is the electrostatic interaction between, say, the side chain of lysine and the side chain of glutamic acid stronger in the hydrophobic interior of a protein than in aqueous solvent?

How is the organism level different from the other levels of life?

A) An organisms is a collection of several tissues that interact to perorm specifc fuctions

B) An organism is a group of similars cells that work together to perform a function

C) An organism is a group of interacting indivduals from one species that inhabit the same geographic area

D) An organism is an individual living thing, such as bacterium, fungus, protist, plant or animal

How does the “develpment” of resistance work? Is this process different from the evolution of resistance? If not, why do we use different language – development versus evolution?

Which of the following would have a higher partition coefficient?

A. Fatty acid 
 B. Protein 
 C. Carbohydrate 
 D. None of the above 
 E. All of the above

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