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Fill in the blanks with a single word. Spelling is important! After water, the most abundant type of molecules found in living organisms are {organic} compounds. All of these compounds contain the following element: {carbon}. A compound that is made up of carbon and hydrogen exclusively is called a(n): {hydrocarbon}. These compounds do not dissolve in water because they are {hydrophobic}. They are also fuels that undergo combustion in the presence of {oxygen}. Answer Key: organic, carbon|C, hydrocarbon, hydrophobic|nonpolar|non*polar, oxygen|O|O2|air Question 2 of 12 Score: 0.8 (of possible 0.8 points) MATCH EACH FUNCTIONAL GROUP WITH ITS CORRECT NAME: Choices - use a choice only once A. -NH 2 B. -CH 3 C. =CO D. -OH E. -COOH Match each of the following to a choice 1. AMINO 2.HYDROXYL 3.CARBOXYL 4.CARBONY L Answer Key: 1 - A, 2 - D, 3 - E, 4 - C Question 3 of 12 Score: 0.8 (of possible 0.8 points) MATCH THE BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES BELOW WITH THEIR RESPECTIVE BUILDING BLOCKS:
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Choices - use a choice only once A. CARBOHYDRATES B. DNA/RNA C. NONE OF THESE CHOICES D. LIPIDS E. PROTEIN Match each of the following to a choice 1. FATTY ACIDS 2.AMINO ACIDS 3.NUCLEOTIDES 4.MONOSACCHARIDES Answer Key: 1 - D, 2 - E, 3 - B, 4 - A Question 4 of 12 Score: 0.5 (of possible 0.5 points) A HYDROLYSIS OR DECOMPOSITION REACTION OCCURS WHEN WHEN CELLS BREAK LARGE MOLECULES INTO SMALLER MOLECULES OR ATOMS. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS BEST DESCRIBES THESE REACTIONS?: A.ANABOLIC, ENDERGONIC, AND PRODUCE WATER B.CATABOLIC, EXERGONIC, AND REQUIRE WATER C.ANABOLIC, EXERGONIC, AND PRODUCE WATER D.NONE OF THESE CHOICES E. ALL OF THESE STATEMENTS F. ANABOLIC, ENDERGONIC, AND REQUIRE WATER
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G.CATABOLIC, EXERGONIC, AND PRODUCE WATER
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