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Carboxyl group
a) -OH b) -COOH c) -OPO3 d) -NH2
amino group
a) -COOH b) -OH c) -CH3 d) -NH2
Methyl group
a) -CH3 b) -OH c) -COOH d) -OPO3
Phosphate group
a) -OH b) -COOH c) -OPO3 d) -NH2
Hydroxyl group
a) -NH2 b) -COOH c) -OPO3 d) -OH
Connects monomers to form a polymer
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reaction c) d)
Produces water as a byproduct
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reaction c) d)
Breaks up polymers, forming monomers
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reactions c) d)
Water is used to break bonds between monomers
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reactions c) d)
Joins amino acids to form a protein
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reactions c) d)
Glycerol and fatty acids combine this way to form a fat
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reactions c) d)
Occurs when polysaccharides are digested to form monosaccharides
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reactions c) d)
-H and -OH groups form water.
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reactions c) d)
Nucleic acid breaks up to form nucleotides
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reactions c) d)
Water breaks up forming -H and -OH groups on separate monomers.
a) Hydrolysis b) Dehydration reactions c) d)
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