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SU07SS2%20BILD1%20Midterm - BILD1/SU07(SS2 MIDTERM EXAM...

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BILD1/SU07(SS2)/ MIDTERM EXAM NAME:_________________________ Santoso BILD 1—MIDTERM EXAM PRINT YOUR NAME LEGIBLY ON EVERY PAGE! ALL STUDENTS READ THE FOLLOWING WAIVER: By signing this waiver, I give permission for this exam to be returned to me in class. This may expose my score to other students. If I do not sign this waiver, I acknowledge that this exam will not be returned in class but rather must be picked up in Room 6310 of the Natural Sciences Building on a later date and time. Exams not picked up by the end of the Summer quarter will be discarded. _______________________________________ ______________________ (Student signature) (Date) NAMES OF STUDENTS SITTING ON EITHER SIDE OF YOU: ____________________________________ _____________________________________ PAGE: POINTS: 1. ______ ( 12 total) 2. ______ ( 9 total) 3. ______ ( 11 total) 4. ______ ( 11 total) 5. ______ ( 12 total) 6. ______ ( 14 total) 7. ______ ( 6 total) 8. ______ ( 13 total) 9. ______ ( 12 total) TOTAL ______ ( 100 total) PAGE 1
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BILD1/SU07(SS2)/ MIDTERM EXAM NAME:_________________________ Santoso PROBLEM 1: FUNCTIONAL GROUPS A. Name the six (6) functional groups that are most important in biology, as discussed in lectures (no need to draw the structures) (6 points): 1. __________________________ 2. __________________________ 3. __________________________ 4. __________________________ 5. __________________________ 6. __________________________ B. The following are real-life molecules. Circle and name any of the six biologically-most important functional groups as described above. (There may be more than one of any functional groups; and not all functional groups may be represented.) (6 points) Daidzin, a nutritional supplement. Folic Acid, one of B-vitamins. PAGE 2
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BILD1/SU07(SS2)/ MIDTERM EXAM NAME:_________________________ Santoso PROBLEM 2: CARBOHYDRATES A. Cellulose and starch are two examples of polysaccharides. Name the monomer that makes up both cellulose and starch: (1 point) _______________________ B. Name the main functions of the two polysaccharides. (2 points) Cellulose: ___________________________________ Starch: _____________________________________ C. The monomers of cellulose and starch are isomers of each other, differing in the location of hydroxyl group at one of the carbons. Complete the drawings of the monomers below, and identify their specific names. (4 points) D. What is the covalent bond that is formed by the dehydration process between two monosaccharides? (Select one) (2 points) a. phosphodiester bond b. glycosidic bond c. peptide bond d. ether bond e. none of the above f. all of the above g. answers (b) and (d) PAGE 3 The monomer of cellulose is called: ____-____________ The monomer of starch is called: _____-_____________
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BILD1/SU07(SS2)/ MIDTERM EXAM NAME:_________________________ Santoso PROBLEM 3: LIPIDS A. Glycerol and fatty acid are two major components of fats and phospholipids.
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