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5 Matching questions

  1. 1. primary
    2. quaternary
    3. secondary
    4.terteary
  2. 1 starch
    2 cellulose
    Glycogen
  3. how are nucleotides linked together to form nucleic acids
  4. how many polypeptides are involved in the quaternary structure of a protein
  5. the building blocks of nucleic acids are monomers called
  1. a the phosphate group of one nucleotide is covalently linked to the sugar of the second nucleotide
  2. b 1.the linear sequence of amino acids
    2. two or more interacting polypeptides
    3. repetitive folding patterns such as a helix and B pleated sheet
    4. the three- dimensional structure of a polypeptide
  3. c nucleotides
  4. d 1. moderate branching
    2. unbranched
    3. highly branched
  5. e at least two polypeptides

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A sugar is broken down into fructose and glucose molecules
    A strand of DNS is broken down into individual nucleotides
  2. 1.carbohydratre
    2. protein
    3. lipid
    4. nucleic acid
  3. 1. contain one double bonded carbon
    2. liquid at room temperature
    3. contain no double bonded carbons
  4. carbon
  5. dehydration synthesis is specific type of condensation reaction involving the loss of a water molecule.
    condensation reactions and dehydration synthesis occur when two or more molecules combine to form a larger molecule.

5 True/False questions

  1. _____are large molecules made from smaller organic molecules.carbohydrates
    lipids
    proteins
    nucleic acids

          

  2. which of the following atoms form nonpolar covalent bonds with carbonhydrogen
    carbon

          

  3. which of the following are categories of macromolecules found in cellscarbohydrates
    lipids
    proteins
    nucleic acids

          

  4. what type of bonds is responsible for the base pairing between two strands of DNA in the double helix?Hydrogen

          

  5. 1. DNA
    2. RNA
    3. DNA
    4. RNA
    1.the linear sequence of amino acids
    2. two or more interacting polypeptides
    3. repetitive folding patterns such as a helix and B pleated sheet
    4. the three- dimensional structure of a polypeptide

          

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