Macromolecules Practice Question Preview (ID: 23910)


Remediation Practice.

The function(s) of proteins is/are
a) short term energy storage
b) long term energy storage and cell membrane structure
c) catalyze reactions (enzymes), structure, and communication
d) storage of genetic information

The function(s) of lipids is/are
a) short term energy storage
b) long term energy storage and cell membrane structure
c) catalyze reactions (enzymes), structure, and communication
d) storage of genetic information

The function(s) of carbohydrates is/are
a) short term energy storage
b) long term energy storage and cell membrane structure
c) catalyze reactions (enzymes), structure, and communication
d) storage of genetic information

The polymers of nucleic acids are
a) polysaccharides
b) triglycerides
c) polypeptides
d) DNA and RNA

The polymers of proteins are
a) polysaccharides
b) triglycerides
c) polypeptides
d) DNA and RNA

The polymers of lipids are
a) polysaccharides
b) triglycerides
c) polypeptides
d) DNA and RNA

The polymers of carbohydrates are
a) polysaccharides
b) triglycerides
c) polypeptides
d) DNA and RNA

The monomers of nucleic acids are
a) monosaccharides
b) fatty acids
c) amino acids
d) nucleotides

The monomers of lipids are
a) monosaccharides
b) fatty acids
c) amino acids
d) nucleotides

The monomers of proteins are
a) monosaccharides
b) fatty acids
c) amino acids
d) nucleotides

The monomers of carbohydrates are
a) monosaccharides
b) fatty acids
c) amino acids
d) nucleotides

The elements found in proteins are
a) CHO in a 1:2:1 ratio
b) CHO where there is more CH than O
c) CHON
d) CHONP

The elements found in nucleic acids are
a) CHO in a 1:2:1 ratio
b) CHO where there is more CH than O
c) CHON
d) CHONP

The elements found in carbohydrates are
a) CHO in a 1:2:1 ratio
b) CHO where there is more CH than O
c) CHON
d) CHONP

The elements found in lipids are
a) CHO in a 1:2:1 ratio
b) CHO where there is more CH than O
c) CHON
d) CHONP

The function(s) of nucleic acids is/are
a) short term energy storage
b) long term energy storage and cell membrane structure
c) catalyze reactions (enzymes), structure, and communication
d) storage of genetic information

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