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Amino acids combine to form large organic polymers known as
a) carbohydrates b) proteins c) biomolecules d) nucleotides
What are the small units that make up polymers called?
a) isomers b) plastics c) monomers d) carbohydrates
Compounds that contain the element carbon are called
a) inorganic compounds b) polar molecules c) hydrocarbons d) organic compounds
Which is true of synthetic polymers?
a) they are naturally occurring b) examples are DNA and proteins c) do not occur naturally, are man-made d) made up of glucose monomers
Which of these are NOT natural polymers?
a) styrofoam b) carbohydrates c) DNA d) protein
DNA is a large organic molecule made up of smaller units called
a) polymers b) amino acids c) synthetic polymers d) nucleotides
Where do you NOT find carbohydrates?
a) Plant cell walls b) the nucleus of a cell c) Starchy foods d) Fiber in vegetables
Which molecule stores energy in the cells?
a) lipids b) proteins c) nucleic acids d) carbohydrates
Which molecule contains the genetic information of a cell?
a) lipids b) protein c) nucleic acids d) carbohydrates
Enzymes are an example of which molecule?
a) lipids b) protein c) nucleic acids d) carbohydrates
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