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Principles Of Biology Chapter 2 And 3

44 Questions  I  By Akparker
Biology Quizzes & Trivia
This is based on the college level course Principles of Biology 1. This particular quiz pertains to chapters 2 and 3 of the book Essential Biology.

  
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1.  What charge does the subatomic particle proton have?
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2.  What charge does the subatomic particle neutron have?
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3.  What charge does the subatomic particle electron have?
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4.  What are the subatomic particles?
5.  Which subatomic particle is involved with forming chemical bonds?
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6.  What are the levels of organization of living things?
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7.  What is the term for atoms that are electrically charged as a result of gaining or losing electrons?
8.  Which is the reactant?Ex.A+B ---> C
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9.  Which is the product?Ex.A+B ---> C
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10.  What is the process of smaller things built up to larger?Ex.A+B ---> C(Sm) (L)
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11.  What is the process of larger things breaking down to smaller?Ex.C ---> A+B(L) (Sm)
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12.  What elements make up water?
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13.  What type of bond holds the atoms of the molecule together?
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14.  What are the properties of water?
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15.  The fluids of organisms are _______ solutions.
16.  What is the tool used to measure the hydrogen ion (H+) concentration in a solution?
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17.  What is the chemical compound that releases H+ to a solution?
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18.  What compound accepts H+ and removes it from solution?
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19.  What pH level makes a solution chemically neutral?
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20.  How many bonds does carbon form?
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21.  How many bonds do hydrogen form?
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22.  In correct order, what does HONC stand for?
23.  The organic molecules that make up a cell are very large. What are they called?
24.  What are the 4 macromolecules that make up the cell?
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25.  What are the 4 elements that are most prevalent in biology?
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26.  A _____ is a long chain of repeating subunits. Also known by being large molecules made by stringing together many smaller molecules.
27.  3 of the macromolecules are also polymers. Which 3 are they?
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28.  Mono means:
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29.  Poly means:
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30.  Oligo means:
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31.  What is the name for the smaller molecules that are strung together to form polymers?
32.  If the polymer is a carbohydrate what are the monomers?
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33.  If the polymer is a protein what are the monomers?
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34.  If the polymer is a nucleic acid then what are the monomers?
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35.  What are the functional group(s) of an amino acid?
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36.  What type of bond holds the monomers of polymers together?
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37.  The covalent bond that holds the monomers of polymers together is formed by the chemical process of ________.
38.  The process by which the covalent bonds between monomers and polymers are broken is called ______.
39.  How many amino acids make up the proteins in the human body?
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40.  In carbohydrates what are the monosaccharides that contain 6 carbon sugars?
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41.  Starch, glycogen, and cellulose are called homopolysaccharides because they all consist of only one monosaccharide that repeats. What monosaccharide is it?
42.  As the size of the carbohydrate increases it becomes _____ soluble.
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43.  Almost all carbohydrates are ______, which means "water-loving".
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44.  In contrast to carbohydrates, lipids are ______, which means that they do not mix with water ("water-fearing").
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