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Biological Macromolecules part 3 Concept review
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by John Lundy
| 15 Questions
Note from the author:
A short review assignment looking at the 4 main macromolecules
1
1 pt
What kind of sugars are these?
  • Monosaccharides
    Answer by dragging items here
  • Polyamories
    Answer by dragging items here
2
1 pt
Which categories of amino acid would you expect to find on the surface of a soluble protein, and which
would you expect to find in the interior?
Hint: ask the teacher or read the book for this one
  • Exterior/surface
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  • Interior
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4
1 pt
What distribution of amino acids would you expect to find in a protein
embedded in a lipid bilayer?
Hint: ask the teacher or read the book for this one
  • Within the Lipid bylayr
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  • at the sruface/outside the lipid bylaery
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  • Both
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7
1 pt
Dehydration synthesis leads to formation of
a. monomers
b. polymers
c. water and polymers
d. none of the above
8
1 pt
An example of a monosaccharide is ________.
a. fructose
b. glucose
c. galactose
d. all of the above
9
1 pt
Plant cell walls contain which of the following in
abundance?
a. starch
b. cellulose
c. glycogen
d. lactose
10
1 pt
Saturated fats have all of the following characteristics
except:
a. they are solid at room temperature
b. they have single bonds within the carbon chain
c. they are usually obtained from animal sources
d. they tend to dissolve in water easily
11
1 pt
The monomers that make up proteins are called
________.
a. nucleotides
b. disaccharides
c. amino acids
d. chaperones
12
1 pt
A nucleotide of DNA may contain ________.
a. ribose, uracil, and a phosphate group
b. deoxyribose, uracil, and a phosphate group
c. deoxyribose, thymine, and a phosphate group
d. ribose, thymine, and a phosphate group
13
1 pt
Explain what happens if even one amino acid is
substituted for another in a polypeptide chain. Provide a
specific example.

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