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Graduate Macromolecules
What are the monomers of proteins?
  1. Hydrochloric acids
  2. Nucleic acids
  3. Carboxylic acids
  4. Amino acids
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What is the chemical equation for glucose?
  1. C2H4O2
  2. C4H8O4
  3. C6H12O6
  4. C8H16O8
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Which of the following large organic molecules includes table sugar?
  1. Carbohydrates
  2. Lipids
  3. Proteins
  4. Nucleic acids
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A fat is said to be saturated if                                                          .
  1. There are many double bonds present in the molecule.
  2. There are only single bonds between each pair of carbons.
  3. The fat molecule cannot contain any more covalent bonds.
  4. There are as many double bonds present as possible.
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Lipids are all                .
  1. hydrophonic
  2. hydrophilic
  3. hydrophobic
  4. hydrolytic
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Which would have the highest concentration of C-H bonds?
  1. Saturated fat
  2. Unsaturated fat
  3. Trans fat
  4. Cholesterol
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What is another name for the polymers of carbohydrates?
  1. Triglycerides
  2. Polysaccharides
  3. Polypeptides
  4. Nucleotides
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What might lead to a protein that does not function properly?
  1. Incorrect folding of the amino acid chain
  2. The active site becoming blocked
  3. The active site becoming distorted
  4. All of these
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What makes the "head" of a phospholipid hydrophilic?
  1. The even distribution of electrons across the fatty acids makes the head polar.
  2. The uneven distribution of electrons across the fatty acids makes the head polar.
  3. The phosphate group carries a negative charge, making the head polar.
  4. The phosphate group carries a negative charge, making the head nonpolar
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What is the name of the chemical bond linking monosaccharide subunits in disaccharides?
  1. glycosidic bond
  2. glycodiester bond
  3. hydrogen bond
  4. peptide bond
  5. phosphodiester bond
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