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Name: ___ Student # ______________________________ BIOL1003 Introductory Biology Midterm 1-2008 Version 2 You will have 1 hr and 10 min to complete this exam. This exam has 7 pages . This exam contains 40 multiple choice questions . Each question has only one correct answer . Each question is worth 1 mark . Additional marks will NOT be deducted for incorrect responses. RECORD YOUR ANSWERS ON BOTH THE SCANTRON ANSWER SHEET AND DIRECTLY ON THE QUESTION SHEET. EXAM PAPER Put your NAME AND STUDENT NUMBER on this question sheet. Hand in the question sheet along with your scantron sheet. It will act as a BACK UP for any disputes concerning the scantron answer sheet. Please insert the scantron sheet into the question sheet. Circle the correct answer on the question paper. SCANTRON ANSWER SHEET Fill in the section for your student number and name by both filling in the bubble and writing in the space provided. Fill in the exam version - THIS VERSION IS VERSION 1 . DO NOT USE A PEN - YOU MUST USE A PENCIL. The numbers run down the answer sheet. Check that your answers on the questions sheet match the answers on the scantron answer sheet. ALL EXTRANEOUS PENCIL MARKS MUST BE ERASED COMPLETELY FROM THE SCANTRON ANSWER SHEET
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1. Which of the following elements are found in all 4 types of macromolecules? a. Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorous and sulfur. b. Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and phosphorous. c. Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen. d. Carbon and hydrogen. e. Carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. 2. Which of the following functional groups makes a sugar molecule soluble in water. a. Phosphate group. b. Carboxyl group. c. Amino group. d. Methyl group. e. Hydroxyl group. 3. A polar covalent bond is formed between. ... a. The oxygen atom and each of the t two hydrogen atoms of a water molecule. b. The slightly negatively charged hydrogen of one water molecule and the slightly positively charge oxygen atom of another water molecule. c. A slightly positively charged hydrogen atom of a water molecule and a slightly negatively charged atom of a nitrogen atom in a molecule of ammonia. d. The carbon and hydrogen atoms in organic molecules. e. Any two hydrogen atoms. 4. Which of the following side chains found in amino acids would be positively charge at the neutral ph found in a typical cell. a. –CH 2 OH. b. –CH 2 SH. c. –CH 2 CH 3 . d. –CH 2 COOH e. –CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 CH 2 NH 2 . 5. A solution with a pH of 9.
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