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Which of the following would you eat if you wanted to consume the most calories per gram?
a) Proteins b) Lipids c) Carbohydrates d) Nucleic Acids
Which of following terms is also used when referring to enzymes?
a) Amylase b) Sucrose c) Hydrochloric Acid d) Glycogen
Which of the 4 groups of organic compounds would be your body's source of long-term energy storage?
a) Proteins b) Lipids c) Carbohydrates d) Nucleic Acids
Based on the word structure, which of these can be identified as a carbohydrate?
a) Lipase b) Pepsin c) Lactose d) Sodium Bicarbonate
Which of the 4 groups of organic compounds do enzymes belong?
a) Proteins b) Lipids c) Carbohydrates d) Nucleic Acids
What is another term used when referring to lipids?
a) Fats b) Sugars c) Salts d) Carbs
Which of the 4 groups of organic compounds would be your body's primary source of energy?
a) Proteins b) Lipids c) Carbohydrates d) Nucleic Acids
By definition, all organic compounds share which of the following chemical elements?
a) Nitrogen b) Phosphorus c) Carbon d) Oxygen
Which of the 4 groups of organic compounds includes genetic material?
a) Lipids b) Proteins c) Carbohydrates d) Nucleic Acids
Which of the following biochemical compounds can be found in the cell membrane and serve as a selective barrier?
a) proteins b) lipids c) carbohydrates d) nucleic Acids
How often can a single enzyme be reused?
a) unlimited b) 3 c) 2 d) 1
Which of the following terms can also be used when referring to enzymes?
a) carbohydrates b) biological catalysts c) lipids d) non-biological compounds
What term is used to refer to the specific temperature or pH range that an enzyme functions at its best?
a) the best b) minimal c) hypo-range d) optimum
Where does the enzyme and the substrate attach?
a) enzyme function area b) reaction location c) active site d) substrate complex
What is the function of all enzymes?
a) speeds up chemical reactions b) slows down chemical reactions c) break down poisons within the body d) create new substances
Who is the greatest team in college football?
a) Clemson Tigers... yeah right b) Georgia Bulldogs... hardly c) I abstain and cannot bring myself to choose what I know is considered the correct answer. d) South Carolina Gamecocks, of course
How many types of reactions is a single enzyme suited to properly function?
a) unlimited b) 3 c) 2 d) 1
How many calories from fat would someone consume if they were to eat a candy bar than contained 20 g of lipids?
a) 80 b) 20 c) 180 d) 100
How man calories from protein would someone consume if they were to eat an egg that contained 6 grams of protein?
a) 24 b) 6 c) 63 d) 12
Which term is used to describe what happens to enzymes that are negatively affected by pH and temperature changes?
a) malfunctioning b) functionality dispersement c) metastasize d) denaturing
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