2 nd attempt A& P Exam Master The element present in all organic compounds is: P N O C Cl The overall three dimensional shape of a protein chain is described by which of the following: primary structure secondary structure tertiary structure quaternary structure Answer the following three questions: The building block monomer which makes up the starch biomacromolecule is: amino acids glucose nucleotide fatty acids The building block monomer which makes up a nucleic acid is: amino acids glucose nucleotide fatty acids The biomacromolecule which makes up cholesterol is:
protein polysaccharide lipid nucleic acid Answer the following three questions: The nucleic acid which contains the nitrogen containing base Uracil is: DNA RNA This along with the sugar makes up the backbone of a nucleic acid: phosphate sugar nitrogenous base The term "amphipathic" could be used to describe which type of biomacromolecule: protein polysaccharide lipid nucleic acid Answer the following three questions: Margarine contains this type of fatty acid: Saturated Unsaturated Partially Hydrogenated
Fats that naturally contain double bonds are: Saturated Unsaturated Partially Hydrogenated Phosphate is always found in which type of biomacromolecule: protein polysaccharide lipid nucleic acid Answer the following three questions: A reaction in which an equivalent of a molecule of water is added is called: hydrolysis condensation Overall, this is energy releasing: anabolism catabolism metabolism In words describe an amphipathic phospholipid in as much detail as possible. A polar head (charged phosphate and nitrogen group) connected to a non polar hydrocarbon tail. You are observing two cells under the microscope. They are the same type of eukaryotic cell but one appears much larger. Just based on appearance, which one would you expect to be carrying out respiration at a more active rate the larger or smaller cell? Explain why.
The smaller cell. As a cell gets larger, the rate of metabolism decreases. In order for the cell to transfer wastes and nutrients in/out as it needs, the surface area must increase. Indicate if each of the following five statements are TRUE or FALSE: False Photosynthesis occurs in the mitochondria False Cellular respiration occurs in the golgi complex True During photosynthesis glucose is created. True During cellular respiration oxygen is required to break down food False A by-product of photosynthesis is carbon dioxide Using the figure below identify the following: A: Plasma membrane J: Golgi complex or apparatus F: Ribosome H:
Nuclear membrane or envelope B: Mitochondria
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