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2008%20Quiz%201%20%26%202 - QUIZ #1 1. What is NOT TRUE...

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QUIZ #1 1. What is NOT TRUE about polar covalent bonds? (A) Water contains 2 polar covalent bonds. (B) Electrons of the bond are shared equally. (C) Are required for hydrogen bonds (D) Are not required for van der Waals interactions (E) Are strong chemical bonds 2. The bonds broken when water vaporizes are (A) hydrogen bonds (B) ionic bonds (C) polar covalent bonds (D) nonpolar covalent bonds (E) all of the above 3. The structural level of a protein least affected by disruption of hydrogen bonding: (A) Primary (B) Secondary (C) Tertiary (D) Quaternary (E) Affects all levels 4. An amino acid does not contain (A) a carboxyl group (B) an amino group (C) a hydrogen atom ( D) a phosphate group (E) a side chain 5. ____________________ acts as a basic functional group. (A) Hydroxyl (B) Carbonyl (C) Carboxyl (D) Amino (E) Sulfhydryl
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QUIZ #2 1. The carbonyl group of a monosaccharide is NOT required for 1. glycosidic bond formation 2. distinction of aldose or ketose 3. ring formation 4. α and β
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course BIOL 212 taught by Professor Shen during the Spring '08 term at Iowa State.

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