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5 Matching questions

  1. The lipid group that serves as energy storage molecules are
    A. Prostaglandins
    B. Waxes
    C. Phospholipids
    D. Steroids
    E. Triglycerides
  2. C6H12O6 + C6H12O6 C12 H22O11 + H2O, represents:
    A. Formation of a peptide bond
    B. A decomposition reaction
    C. Denaturation
    D. Formation of a polysaccharide
    E. Dehydration synthesis
  3. You are asked to make a 1M solution of Sodium Bicarbonate or Baking Soda (NaHCO3) for a DNA extraction lab. How many gram(s) of sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) should be added to 1L of water to make the required solution? Use the table of atomic masses to help you.
    A. 29 g
    B. 62 g
    C. 84 g
    D. 91.1 g
  4. The building blocks of an enzyme are
    A. Nucleotides
    B. Glycerol and fatty acids
    C. Monosaccharides
    D. Phosphate, glycerol, fatty acids
    E. Amino acids
  5. The purine___ always binds with the pyrimidine__ in DNA and RNA.
    A. guanine, cytosine
    B. cytosine, guanine
    C. adenine, guanine
    D. thymine, guanine
  1. a A. guanine, cytosine
  2. b E. Dehydration synthesis
  3. c E. Amino acids
  4. d C. 84 g
  5. e E. Triglycerides

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A. Nucleic acids
  2. E. A nitrogen base
  3. C. Peptide
  4. D. 100 times more acidic
  5. E. Prostaglandins in inflammation

5 True/False questions

  1. A solution of pH 7 compared to a solution of pH 9
    A. Is more basic
    B. Has no OH- ions
    C. Has more H+ ions
    D. Has a higher pH
    E. All of the choices are correct
    C. Has more H+ ions


  2. Which of the following would have glycosidic bonds?
    A. Triglycerides
    B. Monosaccharides
    C. Polypeptides
    D. Polysaccharides
    E. ATP
    B. Adenine


  3. 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. Nitrogen and phosphorus


  4. All of the following are monosaccharides except
    A. Glucose
    B. Glycogen
    C. Fructose
    D. Ribose
    E. Deoxyribose
    E. Prostaglandins in inflammation


  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
    D. 100 times more acidic