Ch 3 Part 3: Question Preview (ID: 13320)


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Glucose is an example of a
a) Carbohydrate monomer b) Protein monomer c) Lipid monomer d) Nucleic Acid monomer
DNA is an example of a
a) Carbohydrate polymer b) Lipid polymer c) Nucleic acid polymer d) Protein polymer
Glycogen, the storage form of glucose in animals, is an example of a
a) Protein polymer b) Nucleic Acid polymer c) Lipid polymer d) Carbohydrate polymer
Enzymes are an example of a
a) Carbohydrate polymer b) Protein polymer c) Lipid polymer d) Nucleic acid polymer
Phospholipids, found in cell membranes, are an example of a
a) Lipid polymer b) Protein polymer c) Nucleic acid polymer d) Carbohydrate polymer
Carbohydrates are made of
a) CHO in a 1:2:1 ratio b) CHON c) CHO CH>O d) CHONP
Proteins are made of
a) CHO in a 1:2:1 ratio b) CHON c) CHO CH>O d) CHONP
Lipids are made of
a) CHO in a 1:2:1 ratio b) CHON c) CHO CH>O d) CHONP
Nucleic Acids
a) CHO in a 1:2:1 ratio b) CHON c) CHO CH>O d) CHONP
The monomers of carbohydrates are called
a) amino acids b) fatty acids c) monosaccharides d) nucleotides
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