Top Biochemistry Quizzes & Trivia

Biology is the study of life and all things living, while chemistry is the study of how chemicals are structure and how they interact. But where does one discipline end, and the other begin? Biochemistry describes the border between biology and chemistry – the structures and reactions of the very special group of chemicals called biomolecules that allow life on earth to exist.

Do you know a carbohydrate from a cytosine, and can you tell an amino acid from a fatty acid? If you’ve fallen asleep in class a few too many times to remember what all of those things are, you may have a tryptophan or melatonin problem …and you may want to use our biochemistry quiz to bone up on your biomolecule background.

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  • Nucleotides consist of which three structures?
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  • What are the four most common elements found in living things?
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  • Identify three monosaccharides.
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  • Which one does not belong?
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  • This represents what biomacromolecule?
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  • Which would NOT be a correct match?
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  • What is the relationship between glucose, mannose and galactose?
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  • What is used to identify reducing sugars and in the past was used to test for diabetes mellitus?
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  • What is a storage form of carbohydrate in plants?
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  • Which of the following is not an acyclic volatile oils?

  • He is the one who coined the term Pharmacognosy.

  • This obtained in the partial hydrolysis of starch during the germination of barley. (use in preparation of beer)

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