Bio Exams 1-3

Bio Exams 1-3 - Bio Exams 1-3 Exam #1 1) What is the H+...

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Bio Exams 1-3 Exam #1 1) What is the H+ (hydrogen ion) concentration of an aqueous solution that has a pH of 2? 0.01 M 2) Which carbon atoms are joined when glucose is polymerized to form glycogen? Both (1-4) and (1-6) 3) Which of the following is/are animal polysaccharides? Glycogen 4) Which of the following monomers is polymerized to form cellulose? Beta glucose 5) What is the proper term for the chemical bond that is made when fatty acids are joined to glycerol to form a fat (triglyceride)? Ester 6) What type of chemical bond is made when amino acids are polymerized to form a protein? Peptide bonds 7) Which of the following is a property of a saturated fatty acid? No double bonds 8) Which of the following amino acids is not electrically charged? Asparagine 9) Which of the following levels of protein structure does a beta-pleated sheet belong in? Secondary 10) What is the sugar component in RNA? Ribose 11) Which of the following base pairs is not found in DNA or RNA because it is “against the base pair rules”? A-C 12) What is the monomer that is polymerized into DNA? A nucleotide
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This note was uploaded on 04/01/2008 for the course BIOL 111 taught by Professor Rizzo during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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Bio Exams 1-3 - Bio Exams 1-3 Exam #1 1) What is the H+...

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