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5 Matching questions

  1. isomers have identical bonding relationships but the atoms are positioned differently around bonds
  2. rank the following polysaccharides of glucose in order od most branched form to least branches form.
  3. the sugar found in ribonucleotides of RNA is____________
  4. what of the following are examples of hydrolysis reactions
  5. what regions of a phospholipid bilayer face water and which face the interior of the membrane aways from water?
  1. a cis-trans isomers
  2. b the polar regions face water, and the nonpolar regions face the interior.
  3. c A sugar is broken down into fructose and glucose molecules
    A strand of DNS is broken down into individual nucleotides
  4. d 1. glycogen
    2. starch
    3. cellulose
  5. e ribose

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. when one protein binds to another, this is called a protein- protein interaction
  2. what type of cell is formed(liver or muscle)
    the identity of an organism (eg human or mouse)
  3. deoxyribose
  4. hydrogen
    carbon
  5. DNA and RNA

5 True/False questions

  1. why do phospholipids arrage into bilayersthe bilayers is the most energetically favorable arrangement in aqueous solution.
    the hydrophillic ends attract water while the hydrophobic ends exclude water

          

  2. unsaturated fat have _________melting point that saturated fatscarbon
    nitrogen
    single or double carbon ring

          

  3. the optimal distance between two atoms within a molecules is the van der waalsradius

          

  4. 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

          

  5. The ability of ____to form four covalent bonds contributes to the diversity of organic compounds that can be formed.carbohydrates
    lipids
    proteins
    nucleic acids

          

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