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Rejecting science does not change the science—it merely prevents people from learning and understanding what it says. 8 Your Role as a Biologist Science is a method of answering questions and explaining natural phenomena. You have already encountered a few of the many questions biologists ask when they study living things. Throughout this course, you will be asked to answer such questions as, To what environment is this organism adapted? What is being released into my environment that could be hazardous to my health?
18 PROLOGUE Biology and the Molecular Perspective Reviewing Ideas 1. Explain the relationships among technology, biology, and ethics. 2. Give some examples of how biology affects your life. 3. How does an understanding of cells and molecules relate to treating or preventing AIDS? 4. How are hypotheses, observations, and experiments used in science? 5. What are the principles behind the theory of evolution by means of natural selection? 6. How did Darwin use the methods of science to develop his theory?
Cells make proteins by linking building blocks called amino acids. Amino acids are small molecules that contain carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen atoms; two also contain sulfur atoms. 21 shows the general structural formula for an amino acid. Amino acids have a central carbon atom to which is attached a hydrogen atom, an amino group (—NH2), an acid group (—COOH), and a variable group, symbolized by R, which may be one of 20 different atoms or groups of atoms. 22a that in the amino acid glycine, R is an H atom, and in alanine, R is a —CH3 group.