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3.2 Converting to a percentage
From politics to cookery, ratios, proportions and percentages are part of everyday life. This unit is designed to help you become more familiar with how figures can be manipulated, then you can check whether that discount really is as big as they claim!
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1.4 Converting ratios from fractions to decimals
From politics to cookery, ratios, proportions and percentages are part of everyday life. This unit is designed to help you become more familiar with how figures can be manipulated, then you can check whether that discount really is as big as they claim!
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1.2 Development through dialogue

Reading

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Now read Chapter 6, ‘Development through dialogue’, of the set book Words and Minds. As you read, pay special attention to:

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Learning outcomes

After you have completed this unit you should be able to:

  • describe and give examples of how self-assembly enables construction ‘from the bottom up’ in natural materials;

  • explain what is meant by primary and higher-order structure in proteins and give examples;

  • give examples of the range of functions carried out by proteins within cells;

  • describe how a combination of strong and weak bonding within biopolymers and lipids is use
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Introduction

This unit examines how self-assembled structures based on lipids and proteins provide a framework for cellular processes.

This unit is an adapted extract from the Open University course Engineering small worlds: micro and nano technologies (T356).

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