Principles Of Biology - Quiz On Chapter 3 (lecture Handouts: Part Of 4 And 5)

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This quiz is designed to help the student see where they stand in regards to the upcoming quiz on chapter 3 and see what areas they need to improve on.   This quiz comes right off of the handouts from the Professor as well as the lectures that we had in class.

  
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1.  The 3 monosaccharides we need to know are _____________, _____________, and _____________.   (don't use "and" in your answer, but do use commas)
2.  The disaccharide maltose is formed when you add ____________ + _____________ together.  (don't use "and" in your answer, but do use commas)
3.  Amino acid is the monomer of the _____________ polymer.
4.  A long chain of repeating subunits is called a ______________.
5.  _____________ is a protein made up of 4 polypeptide chains.
6.  ____________ means to "fear water"
7.  The organic molecules that make up the cell are called _________________.
8.  The 3 disaccharides we need to know are ______________, _______________, and _______________.   (don't use "and" in your answer, but do use commas)
9.  The molecular formula for the 3 monosaccharides we need to know is _______________.
10.  Through dehydration synthesis a _________________ bond is formed.
11.  The monomer of the polymer carbohydrates is _________________.
12.  Which of the 4 macromolecules is not a polymer?
13.  The disaccharide lactose is formed when you add _____________ + _____________ together.  (don't use "and" in your answer, but do use commas)
14.  A single subunit is called a _______________.
15.  The covalent bond that holds the monomers of polymers together is formed by the chemical process called _______________.
16.  One type of monomer is _____________.
17.  There are _________ macromolecules.
18.  True or False:   Some proteins may require several polypeptide chains for their complete structure?
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B.
19.  _____________ has only one monomer: glucose; is used as energy storage by plants and stains purple with iodine as an indicator.
20.  ____________ means to "love water"
21.  In the drawing of the amino acid the left group is called the ___________ group.
22.  What type of bond holds the monomers of polymers together?
23.  When 2 amino acids join together through dehydration synthesis they form a _____________.
24.  Long chains of repeating monosaccharides are called ________________.
25.  The monomer of the polymer proteins is _________________.
26.  The disaccharide sucrose is another name for _______________.
27.  The process by which the covalent bonds between monomers are broken is called __________.
28.  In the drawing of the amino acid the "R" stands for the _____________.
29.  True or False: As the size of the carbohydrate increases it becomes less soluble?
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B.
30.  ___________ has only one monomer: glucose; is more highly branched in structure than starch; animals use this for energy storage and it is stored in the liver and skeletal muscle.
31.  Why does the covalent bond hold the monomers of polymers together?
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32.  _____________ is the sequence and number of amino acids in a polypeptide chain.
33.  Poly means _______________.
34.  True or False:   Are proteins a polymer?
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B.
35.  Oligo means _______________.
36.  What distinguishes one amino acid from another?  
37.  The specific bond that holds amino acids together is called a ______________ bond.
38.  In the drawing of the amino acid the right group is called the ___________ group.
39.  The 4 macromolecules that make up the cell are called ______________, ______________, ______________, and ________________.
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B.
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D.
40.  What are the 2 properties of carbohydrates?
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B.
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41.  Which monosaccharide repeats in a long chain to form the homopolysaccharides starch, glycogen, OR cellulose?
42.  The disaccharide lactose is another name for ______________.
43.  Mono means _________________.
44.  _________________ all consist of only one monosaccharide that repeats.
45.  The monomer of the polymer nucleic acids is ___________________.
46.  ____________, _____________, and ____________ are all examples of homopolysaccharides.  (don't use "and" in your answer, but do use commas)
47.  Milkshakes and malt liquor are made from the disaccharide _____________.
48.  Which macromolecules are also polymers? (don't use "and" in your answer, but do use commas)
49.  ____________ has only one monomer: glucose; structural polysaccharide found in plant cell walls; is the most abundant organic molecule on earth; non-nutrient (not digestible by many animals including humans v. grazing animals) (think corn kernels skin) and serves as dietary fiber.
50.  The disaccharide sucrose is formed when you add ___________ + ____________ together.  (don't use "and" in your answer, but do use commas)
51.  A _____________ bond is a form of covalent bond.
52.  _____________ amino acids make up the proteins in the human body.
53.  2 monosaccharides joined together by a covalent bond is called a _______________.
54.  True or False:  A protein may be complete when it consists of a single polypeptide chain?
A.
B.
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