Type of evolution by which organisms evolve differences when they are isolated in different environments

Type of evolution by which organisms evolve differences when they are isolated in different environments

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  1. Natural selection is a type of evolution that allows organisms to adapt into the environment they're in for survival. 

  2. hydroxyl -oh

    alcohols, always polar, can form hydrogen bonds with h2o molecules

    carboxyl -cooh  

    cargoxylic acids, has acidic properties which is a source of hydrogen ions, found in cells in ionized for with a charge of oh-1

    carbonyl > co

    ketone if within skeleton, aldehyde if group is at the end of skeleton, k & a may be structural isomers, it determines 2 sugars (ketose & aldose)

    amino -nh2

    amines, acts as a base, it can pick up h+ ions from surrounding solution, ionized with charge of 1+

    methyl ch2

    addition to rna/dna affects and gene expression

    phosphate -opo3 ²⁻

    organic phosphates, contributes to negative charge to, molecule that it is a part of, and potential to react with h20

    sulfhydryl -sh

    thiols, cross-linking stabilize the protein, and it is structure

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