Water (H20) is an [organic or inorganic] compound.
Cl2 [is or is not] a compound.
H20 [is or is not] a compound.
Methane (CH4) is an [organic or inorganic] compound.
Cl2 [is or is not] a molecule.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) is an [organic or inorganic] compound.
Products are found on the [right or left] side of the arrow in a chemical reaction.
The bond that holds two amino acids together is called a [?] bond.
The assembly of protein from its amino acid constituents involves the [addition or removal] of water, and is called [?].
An amino acid is a [monomer or polymer] of a protein.
Because proteins are essentially chains of amino acids linked together by [?] bonds, a protein might also be called a [?].
The disassembly of protein into tis component amino acids is called [?] and involves the [addition or removal] of water.
Starch serves as a means of storing glucose in [plants or animals].
A molecule of maltose is formed from two molecules of [?].
Glucose and fructose [are or are not] identical molecules.
monosaccharides; sucrose; disaccharide
A molecule of glucose and a molecule of fructose, bot of which are [?], combine to form a molecule of [?], which is a [?].
Cellulose is a [?].
Glycogen serves as a means for storing glucose in [plants or animals].
The chemical formula for both glucose and fructose is [?].
The chemical formula for sucrose is [?].
Cellulose and glycogen differ in the way that [?] molecules are bonded together.
The chemical formulas for sucrose and maltose [are or are not] identical.
glycerol; fatty acids
Triglycerides are made f one molecule of [?] and three [?].
Lipids in general are [hydrophilic or hydrophobic].
The primary lipid found in cell membranes is [?].
Steroid hormones are derives from [?].
Steroid hormones [are or are not] hydrophobic.
Fats are stored in the body in the form of [?].
The fact that double-stranded DNA forms a double helix was discovered by [?] and [?].
adenine; cytosine; guanine; thymine
The four DNA nucleotides bases are (list in alphabetical order) [?], [?], [?], and [?].
RNA [is or is not] a double stranded molecule.
RNA nucleotides [do or do not] contain the exact same bases as DNA nucleotides.
In DNA, guanine forms a base pair with [?], whereas adenine forms a base pair with [?].
The nucleic acid "backbone" is made up of (list in alphabetical order) [?] and [?].
The sugar in DNA is [ribose or deoxyribose].
In RNA, adenine can form a base pair with [?].