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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Disaccharide
  2. Hydrogenentation
  3. Hydrophilic
  4. Cellulose
  5. Sugar-Phosphate Backbone
  1. a double sugar, is constructed from two monosaccharides through a dehydration reaction
  2. b a repeating pattern of sugar-phosphate-sugar-phosphate, with the bases hanging off the backbone like appendages
  3. c the most abundant organic compound on Earth, forms cable-like fibrils in the tough walls that enclose plant cells and is a major component of wood
  4. d which literally means "water loving"; hydrophilic molecules adhere to water to their surface
  5. e the process that the manufacturer can convert unsaturated fats to saturated fats by hydrogen

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. small molecules
  2. in animals they serve as a primary source of dietary energy; in plants, they are used as a building material to for much or the plant body
  3. very different from fats in structure and function; the carbon skeleton of a steroid is bent to form four fused rings
  4. the bond between adjacent amino acids
  5. long chains of sugar units--polymers or monosaccharides

5 True/False questions

  1. Atherosclerosisthe process of digesting giant molecules to make their monomers available to your cells, which can then rebuild the monomers into your own brand of macromolecules.

          

  2. Organic Chemistrycompounds that contain carbon

          

  3. Dehydration Reactionthe process of cells linking monomers together

          

  4. Hydrophobicwhich literally means "water loving"; hydrophilic molecules adhere to water to their surface

          

  5. Nucleotidesare information storage molecules that provide the directions for building proteins

          

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