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BMBpractice_exam_1-08 - LOGARITHMS T HAT MIGHT BE USEFUL...

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1 LOGARITHMS THAT MIGHT BE USEFUL log 2 = 0.30 log 3 = 0.48 log 4 = 0.60 log 5 = 0.70 log 6 = 0.78 anti log 1 = 10 anti log 2 = 100 anti log 3 = 1000 anti log -1 = 1/10 anti log -2 = 1/100 anti log -3 = 1/ 1000 log 7 = 0.84 log 8 = 0.90 log 9 = 0.95 log 10 = 1.0
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Please choose the best answer for each question. 1.Which of the following is FALSE, regarding prokaryotes? a. Prokaryote genomic DNA is comprised of one double-stranded circular molecule. b. Prokaryote DNA is contained in a region called the nucleoid. c. Archaebacteria and Eubacteria are prokaryotes. d. The bacterium, E. coli, and the yeast, S. cerevisiae are prokaryotes. 2.The four major groups of macromolecules are: a. DNA, RNA, proteins and lipids b. Acids, bases, proteins and carbohydrates c. Proteins, water, lipids and carbohydrates d. Proteins, nucleic acids, carbohydrates and lipids 3. All chiral amino acids have (L) stereochemical designation T F 4. The following mRNA AAAUAUGCUCGGGGAGUGG, when translated, will yield the peptide : ______________________ 5. Which of the following is TRUE? a. DNA is used as a template by the ribosome during translation. b. RNA is transcribed by the ribosome during the synthesis of protein. c. DNA is used as a template during transcription of RNA. d. DNA is used as a template during translation of RNA. 6.Which of the following, regarding lipids, is FALSE? a. Lipids are largely non-polar in nature. b. Cell membranes are made up of lipid polymers. c. Lipids provide structure. d. Lipids act as signaling molecules. 7.Which of the following is FALSE? a. Proteins are polymers of amino acids joined together by ionic bonds b. In aqueous solution, proteins are surrounded by a hydration shell of water molecules c. In aqueous solution, proteins form hydrogen bonds with water molecules. d. In aqueous solution, polar amino acids are most commonly on the outside of a protein, and interact with the solution. 8.Which of the following are TRUE regarding covalent bonds: a. Bonding valence electrons are attracted by both nuclei in the bond b. Bond length depends on the nature of the atoms bonded and the number of electrons participating in the bond. c. Electrons are shared between the bonding pair of atoms. d. All the above are true e. Only a. and c. are true 9.TRUE or FALSE A molecule that has several resonance structures has more structural stability than a molecule that does not. T F 2
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For 11-14, rank the relative strength of the following intermolecular forces from lowest (1), to highest (5) strength, by placing a number, from 1 to 4, in the space provided. 10. __ Double Covalent Bonds
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course PHY 183 taught by Professor Wolf during the Summer '08 term at Michigan State University.

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