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5 Matching questions

  1. nitrogenous bases consist of a double or single ring of __________and ______________atoms
  2. isomers have identical bonding relationships but the atoms are positioned differently around bonds
  3. what are the major differences between dehydration reactions and hydrolysis reactions
  4. what occurs during hydrolysis reactions?
  5. The ______,____and______structtural levels of a protein describe a protein with a single polypeptide chain.
  1. a 1.primary
    2. secondary
    3. tertiary
  2. b polymers are broken down one monomer at a time by the addition of water.
  3. c nitrogen
    c atoms.
  4. d dehydration reactions involve the loss of water and hydrolysis reactions involve the addition of water
    dehydration reactions form polymers hydrolysis reactions break down polymers into monomers.
  5. e cis-trans isomers

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. amino and carbonyl
  2. carbon
    nitrogen
    single or double carbon ring
  3. disulfide
  4. Hydrogen
  5. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. how are structural isomers and stereoisomers different form one another?polymers are large macromolecules composed of many monomers linked together

          

  2. what are lipidsproteins are polymers essential to nearly all life processes

          

  3. 1. starch
    2. metabolic enzymes
    3.triglycerides
    4.DNA
    1. transmission of genetic information to daughter cells
    2. transfer of genetic information into protein
    3. store of genetic information
    4. decoding genetic information

          

  4. Steroids all contain_______fused rings of carbon atoms with one or more polar __ groups attached to the ring structure4
    hydroxyl

          

  5. what are the two enantiomer of glucoseL-glucose and D-glucose