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Sept3_chapts4-6_FULL - Dimitri Blondel Department of...

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Unformatted text preview: Dimitri Blondel Department of Biology University of Florida Office hours: Thursdays, periods 7 – 9 Location: 619 Carr Contact: [email protected] (BSC2010 in subject line!) Chapter 4 questions 1. Which one of the following molecules has a carboxyl functional group? A) R-NH 2 B) R-COH C) R-COOH D) R-OPO 3-2 E) R-SH 2. Which of the following functional groups is associated with a release of energy that cells can harvest to perform many functions? A) Amino B) Phosphate C) sulfhydryl D) hydroxyl E) carboxyl Chapter 4 questions 1. Which one of the following molecules has a carboxyl functional group? A) R-NH 2 B) R-COH C) R-COOH D) R-OPO 3-2 E) R-SH 2. Which of the following functional groups is associated with a release of energy that cells can harvest to perform many functions? A) Amino B) Phosphate C) sulfhydryl D) hydroxyl E) carboxyl Chapter 4 questions 1. Which one of the following molecules has a carboxyl functional group? A) R-NH 2 B) R-COH C) R-COOH D) R-OPO 3-2 E) R-SH 2. Which of the following functional groups is associated with a release of energy that cells can harvest to perform many functions? A) Amino B) Phosphate C) sulfhydryl D) hydroxyl E) carboxyl Chapter 4 questions 3. Which is an organic molecule? A) Ne B) O 2 C) CH 4 D) NaCl E) H 2 4. Carbon atoms are the most versatile building blocks of the molecules used by living organisms because __________. A) Carbon is the central atom of carbon dioxide, a necessary molecule for photosynthesis B) Carbon is the central atom in urea, a molecule used by many living organisms to transport wastes from the body C) Each carbon atom acts as an intersection point from which a molecule can branch off in up to four directions D) Carbon can combine with hydrogen to form hydrocarbons E) All of the above Chapter 4 questions 3. Which is an organic molecule? A) Ne B) O 2 C) CH 4 D) NaCl E) H 2 4. Carbon atoms are the most versatile building blocks of the molecules used by living organisms because __________. A) Carbon is the central atom of carbon dioxide, a necessary molecule for photosynthesis B) Carbon is the central atom in urea, a molecule used by many living organisms to transport wastes from the body C) Each carbon atom acts as an intersection point from which a molecule can branch off in up to four directions D) Carbon can combine with hydrogen to form hydrocarbons E) All of the above Chapter 4 questions 3. Which is an organic molecule? A) Ne B) O 2 C) CH 4 D) NaCl E) H 2 4. Carbon atoms are the most versatile building blocks of the molecules used by living organisms because __________. A) Carbon is the central atom of carbon dioxide, a necessary molecule for photosynthesis B) Carbon is the central atom in urea, a molecule used by many living organisms to transport wastes from the body C) Each carbon atom acts as an intersection point from which a molecule can branch off in up to four directions D) Carbon can combine with hydrogen to form hydrocarbons E) All of the above Chapter 4 questions 5. What is ATP’s importance in the cell?5....
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2010 for the course BSC 2010 taught by Professor Bowes during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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