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5 Matching questions

  1. what bonding properties of carbon allow for the creation of groups of atoms with distinct shapes and functions?
  2. what regions of a phospholipid bilayer face water and which face the interior of the membrane aways from water?
  3. 1. DNA
    2. RNA
    3. DNA
    4. RNA
  4. isomers are formed with the same atoms but with different bonding relationships
  5. The ______,____and______structtural levels of a protein describe a protein with a single polypeptide chain.
  1. a 1. transmission of genetic information to daughter cells
    2. transfer of genetic information into protein
    3. store of genetic information
    4. decoding genetic information
  2. b 1.primary
    2. secondary
    3. tertiary
  3. c the polar regions face water, and the nonpolar regions face the interior.
  4. d structural
  5. e 1.carbon containing molecules can form isomer.
    2. carbon can form four covalent bonds.
    3. carbon can create double and triple bonds.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. cytosine
    thymine
  2. L-glucose and D-glucose
  3. carbon
  4. lipids are hydrophobic molecules composed primarily of hydrogen and carbon.
  5. polymers are broken down one monomer at a time by the addition of water.

5 True/False questions

  1. which of the following describe sugarThe simplest sugar are monosaccharides
    sugar contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
    sugar store energy in their chemical bonds.

          

  2. the four nitrogenous bases present in DNA are__________,___________,____,and______nitrogen
    c atoms.

          

  3. what four bases are found in RNA?cytosine
    guanine
    uracil
    adenine

          

  4. _____are large molecules made from smaller organic molecules.large molecules that are form by joining smaller molecules together

          

  5. 1. starch
    2. metabolic enzymes
    3.triglycerides
    4.DNA
    1.the linear sequence of amino acids
    2. two or more interacting polypeptides
    3. repetitive folding patterns such as a helix and B pleated sheet
    4. the three- dimensional structure of a polypeptide

          

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