5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- what are the three main properties of carbon that are important in forming organic molecules
- nitrogenous bases consist of a double or single ring of __________and ______________atoms
- how are monomers and polymers related to one another
- what is determined by the expression of genetic information?
- a polymers are large macromolecules composed of many monomers linked together
- b what type of cell is formed(liver or muscle)
the identity of an organism (eg human or mouse)
- c 1. carbon bonds are stable across a broad range of temperatures.
2. carbon can form four covalent bonds with other atoms.
3 carbon can form both polar and nonpolar bonds
- d nitrogen
- e 1. energy storage
2. create a barrier to water loss
3. form hormones important in reproduction
4. plasma membrane structure
5 Multiple choice questions
- when one protein binds to another, this is called a protein- protein interaction
- 1. adenine
- polymers are broken down one monomer at a time by the addition of water.
- only stereoisomer have identical bonding relationships but different structures
only structural isomers contain the same atoms,but with different bonding relationships.
5 True/False questions
what of the following are examples of hydrolysis reactions → A sugar is broken down into fructose and glucose molecules
A strand of DNS is broken down into individual nucleotides
1.monounsaturated fatty acids
2. polyunsaturated fatty acids
3. saturated fatty acid → 1. contain one double bonded carbon
2. liquid at room temperature
3. contain no double bonded carbons
If a protein may contain several different domains and each domain has____function → different
how many polypeptides are involved in the quaternary structure of a protein → at least two polypeptides
which of the following atoms form nonpolar covalent bonds with carbon → nucleic acids