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Macromolecules - Unit 1.

Which macromolecule has the elements of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen?
a) protein
b) nucleic acid
c) carbohydrates
d) lipid

Which macromolecule is the cell membrane MOSTLY made of?
a) proteins
b) lipids
c) simple carbohydrates
d) complex carbohydrates

What is the monomer of proteins?
a) fatty acids
b) monosaccharide
c) nucleic acids
d) amino acids

Carl places iodine on his food and the food turns black. Which macromolecule is he testing for? Was it present in his food?
a) simple carbohydrates; no
b) complex carbohydrates; yes
c) protein; yes
d) protein; no

Which macromolecule stores and transmits (sends) genetic information?
a) nucleus
b) nucleic acid
c) carbohydrates
d) proteins

Which macromolecules are organic?
a) nucleic acids
b) proteins and carbohydrates
c) all of them
d) proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates

What is the monomer of the macromolecule that has the elements of carbon and hydrogen?
a) fatty acids
b) lipids
c) nucleotide
d) amino acid

What are the elements of carbohydrates?
a) carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
b) carbon and hydrogen
c) carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen
d) carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, and phosphorus

Which of the following are functions of lipids?
a) Give short term energy and builds muscles
b) Store long term energy and insulation
c) Stores and transmits genetic information
d) Speeds up chemical reactions

Enzymes are examples of which macromolecule?
a) nucleic acid
b) carbohydrate
c) lipid
d) protein

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