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5 Matching questions

  1. A fat is called _____ if all carbons of the fatty acid chain are single bonded to 2 other carbons and 2 hydrogens.
    A. Unsaturated
    B. Polyunsaturated
    C. Monounsaturated
    D. Saturated
    E. None of the choices are correct
  2. What part of a phospholipid forms hydrophobic tails?
    A. Fatty acids
    B. Glycerol
    C. Phosphate
    D. Alcohol
    E. All of the choices are correct
  3. Which of the following would have glycosidic bonds?
    A. Triglycerides
    B. Monosaccharides
    C. Polypeptides
    D. Polysaccharides
    E. ATP
  4. One nucleotide contains
    A. One phosphate
    B. One pentose sugar
    C. One nitrogen base
    D. All of the choices are correct
    E. None of the choices are correct
  5. The building blocks of an enzyme are
    A. Nucleotides
    B. Glycerol and fatty acids
    C. Monosaccharides
    D. Phosphate, glycerol, fatty acids
    E. Amino acids
  1. a A. Fatty acids
  2. b D. Polysaccharides
  3. c E. Amino acids
  4. d D. Saturated
  5. e D. All of the choices are correct

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A. Phosphate-carbohydrates
  2. B. Starch
  3. E. Prostaglandins in inflammation
  4. E. Triglycerides
  5. C. Has more H+ ions

5 True/False questions

  1. The purine___ always binds with the pyrimidine__ in DNA and RNA.
    A. guanine, cytosine
    B. cytosine, guanine
    C. adenine, guanine
    D. thymine, guanine
    A. guanine, cytosine


  2. Which pertains to DNA but not to RNA?
    A. Contains ribose
    B. Contains adenine
    C. Contains thymine
    D. Contains uracil
    E. Contains nucleotides
    E. Have high-energy bonds between phosphates


  3. Organic chemicals always have a basic framework of the element _____ bonded to other atoms.
    A. Carbon
    B. Nitrogen
    C. Oxygen
    D. Hydrogen
    E. Phosphorous
    A. Carbon


  4. A student forgot to label a beaker containing a DNA solution and a beaker containing a glucose solution. If chemical analysis was performed to identify the contents of each beaker, which of the following would be found in the beaker of DNA but not in the beaker with glucose?
    A. Amino acids
    B. Hydrogen and oxygen atoms
    C. Nitrogen and phosphorus
    D. Fatty acids
    E. Carbon atoms
    C. 84 g


  5. Most biochemical macromolecules are polymers, which are
    A. Chains of hydrophobic molecules
    B. Chains of electrolytic molecules
    C. Chains of repeating monomers
    D. Chains of repeating carbohydrates
    E. Chains of hydrogen bonds
    C. Chains of repeating monomers