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What does it mean to be a macromolecule?
a) You must be able to travel throughout the body. b) You must be at least twice the size of a normal molecule. c) You must be a large molecule and have a complex structure. d) You must be able to to carry water.
Which answer correctly shows the order of monomers from smallest to largest?
a) Oligomer -- Monomer -- Polymer b) Polymer -- Monomer -- Oligomer c) Monomer -- Polymer -- Oligomer d) Monomer -- Oligomer -- Polymer
How do monomers bind to form polymers?
a) Hydrogen Bonds b) Dehydration Synthesis c) Covalent Bonds d) Ionic Bonds
What are the 4 classes of organic molecules?
a) Lipids, proteins, glucose, and fatty acids b) Glucose, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. c) Carbohydrates, nucleic acids, lipids, and fatty acids. d) Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.
What is main function of carbohydrates in living things?
a) Major fuel and energy source b) Used in the immune system c) Storage of waste d) Transporting water throughout the body
_______ is a plant storage form of energy and is easily hydrolyzed to glucose units.
a) Glucose b) Starch c) Protein d) Carbohydrates
Which of the following is NOT a function of lipids in living things?
a) Insulating against the cold b) Energy storage c) Absorbing shocks d) Speeding up reactions
What is the main function of phospholipids?
a) They are a main structural component of cell membranes. b) They held transport water throughout the body. c) They regulate reactions on a cellular level. d) They serve as antibodies for the human body.
Which of the following is NOT a function of proteins in the human body?
a) Muscle Contractions b) Immune System Antibodies c) Destroying of damaged cells d) Transporting of substances
How many different amino acids are there in the world?
a) 30 b) 20 c) 24 d) 29
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