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Review Of Key Information For 4 Carbon Based Macromolecules.[print questions]

What are 2 functions of a carbohydrate?
a) energy and enzymes
b) grow and heal
c) energy and structural support
d) store energy and cell membranes

When a bunch of monomers are linked together they are known as a:
a) multimer
b) polymer
c) molecule
d) macromer

Which macromolecule are enzymes made from?
a) protein
b) carbohydrate
c) lipid
d) nucleic acid

Which macromolecule stores the most energy?
a) carbohydrate
b) lipid
c) protein
d) nucleic acid

Which macromolecule provides quick energy?
a) protein
b) lipid
c) carbohydrate
d) nucleic acids

What is the basic building block (monomer) of a Nucleic Acid?
a) nucleotide
b) amino acid
c) fatty acid
d) glucose

What is the basic building block (monomer) of a Lipid?
a) amino acid
b) glucose
c) nucleotide
d) fatty acid

What is the basic building block (monomer) of a Carbohydrate?
a) glucose
b) fatty acids
c) nucleotide
d) amino acid

What is the basic building block (monomer) of a Protein?
a) enzyme
b) amino acid
c) fatty acid
d) nucleotide

What are 2 functions of nucleic acids?
a) store genetic info and build proteins
b) monomers and polymers
c) run the cell and build nerves
d) DNA and RNA

Carbohydrates are made of the following elements
a) Carbon, Helium, Oxygen
b) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen
c) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen
d) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorous

Lipids are made of the following elements
a) Carbon, Helium, Oxygen
b) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen
c) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen
d) Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorous

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