bioquiz4 - Question 1 What kind of chemical bonds exist...

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What kind of chemical bonds exist between the nitrogenous bases on opposite strands of the DNA helix? c Hydrogen bonds Covalent bonds Ionic bonds Nonspecific interactions Question 2 DNA is an acidic molecule (deoxyribonucleic ACID). What characteristics would you expect of amino acid side chains that are in proteins and that directly interact with the DNA? They would be charged and acidic c They would be charged and basic They would be hydrophobic They would be uncharged but hydrophilic Question 3 Which of the following macromolecules are held together by covalent bonds between monomers and are synthesized through condensation reactions? Choose all correct answers. Nucleic acids Triglycerides Carbohydrates Proteins Question 4 A monomer that is made of ribose (a 5-carbon sugar), plus a phosphate group, plus a nitrogenous base, would most appropriately be called: c A ribonucleotide A monosaccharide A deoxyribonucleotide A triglyceride Question 5 An enzyme that is frequently used in molecular biology is a special kind of
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