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A peptide having molecular mass more than 10,000 u is called a

$(a)\;Carbohydrate\qquad(b)\;Pretein\qquad(c)\;Glucose\qquad(d)\;Polypeptide$

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Answer : Pretein
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The formation of peptide bonds can continue until a moleucle containing several hydrates thousands amino acids is formed . By convention , a peptide having molecular mass upto 10,000 u is called polypeptide , while a peptide having a molecular mass more than 10,000 u is called a protein .
answered Mar 16, 2014 by yamini.v
 
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