Top Protein Quizzes & Trivia

Eggs and yogurt and cheese, beef and bacon and beans: do you have enough protein in your diet? Proteins are one of the four main biomolecules that allow life to exist as we know it, but how much do you know about this fundamental building block of living things?

Can you name the twenty-one amino acids found in the proteins of animals like you and me? Do you know the levels of protein structure that give them their shape and let them perform their functions in your body?

What are the jobs proteins do for us on a biological level, and what’s the difference between an essential and non-essential amino acid? What kinds of “non-protein” roles do proteins play in your body? Brush up on this biomolecule by taking our protein quizzes!

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Quizzes: Metabolism  |  Amino Acid  |  Acid  |  Molecular Biology  | 

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  • What is the most likely result to the change in DNA seen here?

  • By what process does a cell copy DNA before it divides?

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  • Region of DNA where RNA polymerase binds and transcription begins
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  • Ribosomes that generally make proteins for use within the cell
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  • On what cell organelle does protein synthesis occur?
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  • What type of RNA molecule is made in the nucleus and carries the information to the place where proteins are made?
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  • Three bases on a tRNA molecule are called a:
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  • The atomic weight is only an average of relative weights of an atom and its isotopes, and it may vary from the weight of a specific isotope.
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  • Emulsions and colloids are the same thing.
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  • Chemical properties are determined primarily by neutrons.
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