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5 Matching questions

  1. the building blocks of nucleic acids are monomers called
  2. which of the following describes the relationship between condensation reactions and dehydration synthesis
  3. which of the following are categories of macromolecules found in cells
  4. The ability of ____to form four covalent bonds contributes to the diversity of organic compounds that can be formed.
  5. carbon can form four bonds because it has only _______electrons in the outer energy____
  1. a 4
    shell
  2. b 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.
  3. c nucleotides
  4. d carbon
  5. e nucleic acids
    carbohydrates
    proteins
    lipids

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. The N-terminus has a free amino group and the C-terminus has a free carboxyl group.
  3. different
  4. waxes
    fats
    Steriods
    phospholipids
  5. ribose

5 True/False questions

  1. what is an alpha helix?The repeating helical structure that is formed by a polypeptide backbone

          

  2. guanine
    adenine
    cytosine
    thymine

          

  3. 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

          

  4. 1. starch
    2. metabolic enzymes
    3.triglycerides
    4.DNA
    1. moderate branching
    2. unbranched
    3. highly branched

          

  5. nitrogenous bases consist of a double or single ring of __________and ______________atoms1. adenine
    2. guanine
    3. thymine
    4. cytosine

          

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