Such reactive molecules are known as…
Many biological molecules contain thousands.
These molecules are called diatomic molecules.
…molecules present in this so-called collision volume.
The molecules settle on the crystal and can then be spied on.
…normal forces existing between molecules—intermolecular forces.
Polymers consist of very long molecules that contain chains of carbon.
When a gene is active it produces messenger molecules that tell cells what to do.
Even prokaryotic cells, though, are big compared with the molecules they contain.
Upon release, the molecules spontaneously return to their normal compact, random arrangement.
Polymers are made by chemical reactions that join lots of small molecules together to make long molecules.
Ribosomal molecules of mRNA determine the order of tRNA molecules that are bound to nucleotide triplets (codons).
Once inside the cell, these molecules are subjected to the action of highly specialized, large, elaborately folded molecules called enzymes.
Examples are water, which contains H2O molecules; methane, which contains CH4 molecules; and hydrogen fluoride, which contains HF molecules.
B and T lymphocytes both have receptor molecules on their cell surfaces, but only B cells manufacture and secrete large numbers of unattached receptor molecules, called antibodies.
Emission from molecules in solution is predominantly bandlike caused by interactions of a relatively great number of excited molecules with molecules of the solvent.
Not all mRNA molecules are therapeutics or enhancements; the fastest-growing category is for molecules that offer transient, drug-like experiences, supposedly with no long-term side-effects.
Molecules that can pass between cells coupled by gap junctions include inorganic salts, sugars, amino acids, nucleotides, and vitamins but not large molecules such as proteins or nucleic acids.
Everything else—the pool of molecules involved in generating energy from food and storing it, the components needed to build the bigger molecules, various other gubbins and the DNA itself—together make up the last 10%.
In addition, other small RNA molecules that existed in symbiosis with autocatalytic RNA molecules underwent natural selection for their ability to catalyze useful secondary reactions such as the production of better precursor molecules.
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