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Unformatted text preview: Cell & Molecular Biology Course Guide Sathasivan, 2006 WORKSHEET 2 , Biological Molecules Name A. Multiple-choice questions 1. The functional group shown below is found in which of the following macromolecules? Cskt‘bé a»; l. 0 ‘Wk av”— // K (.3 OH (M l\ No H i. a. DNA b. cellulose c. starch H. d. RNA (e) enzymes : 9c:wa L.) mm o p 0% Ammo {tucks 2. The macromolecule consisting of the monomer shown in the figure below is a. starch b. carotenoid c. chitinase d. DNA ©RNA O my area a miss: a»... .r {outwit ' M on .9.’ whorl.- 3. The tertiary structure of a protein islthe a. folding of proteins into an alpha helix and beta sheets. SeMyfi (b; regular. repeated bonding between the -C=O group and the -NH group. (girregular bonding between the side chains of amino acids. / d. folding of several subunits of a complex protein. Gomhmu‘y . e amino acid sequence of a polypeptide. emmg 4. The following polysaccharide has [31.4 linkage and is hard for humans to digest. a. glycogen . b. fructose . starch llulose e. collagen : H ro en bond f0 ti between nucleic acids Azaka tut. H10 chosidic bond formation of carbohydrates / . The hydrophilicflgrgfilnnfi 0f lipids e. The digestion of maltose to glucose vocab-towa‘t‘i. 6. A 14 Carbon-long hydrocarbon chain with a C=C double. bond between the third and fourth carbon and Wand—'53 a. saturated fatty acid. polyunsaturated fatty acid. o c. steroid. 09$- monounsaturated fatty acid. .. e. triglyceride. 175 Cell & Molecular Biology Course Guide Sathasivan, 2006 7. The chemical structure shown below is a major c mponent of a. cell walls. plasma membranes. 0. chromosomes. d. ribosomes. e. DNA. lit 0 ll 'H —c—o—c ac'Ic't ‘l 'l ‘3 *‘t sz» ehoh'pr‘cl H-T—O—Cj Fatty acid 2 i ‘3. H-C O—P—ijFl 8. Some proteases contain amino acids containing -OH groups in their active sites. The following amino acids contain -OH groups in their side chains. . Valine, leucine, isoleucine Serine. threonine, tyrosine S u. (3% 93. c. Glycine, alanine, methionine d. Aspartic acid, glutamic acid e. Lysine. arginine, histidine 9. The major purpose of RNA is to . transmit genetic information to offspring. ‘3 599‘ Rug: ®function in the synthesis of proteins—a leDA: C’ (“5&3 45' " c. make a copy of itself. thus insuring genetic continuity. d. act as a pattern to form DNA.“ CmOfiJ-Y e. form the genes of an organism—cocoa», a“, a“ a“. 3 s \ l w . 10. What Is a gacyiguyggm? {New} = "4‘, ~ of t.- H . A protein wrth tertiary structure W H (t a A lipid made of three fatty acids and glycerol c. A kind of lipid that makes up much of the plasma membrane d. A molecule formed from three alcohols e. A carbohydrate with three sugars 11. All of the following nitrogenous bases are found in DNA EXCEPT ' ‘ ‘" ' ‘ * a. thymine,_ I .. b. adenine. ©1racil. . - ’ d. guanine. e. cytosine. d Kit) ll- 12. All of the following items are found in the bases of RNA EXCEPT Osulfur. b. adenine. c. uracil. a d. phosphate. . a e. cytosine. 176 I I IIUUQ’OP' I acids on the top and the specific examples at r— e bottom. There will be lhree or four levels of this concept map. Include the monomers in each group and the types of bonds in each macromolecule (underline or highlight the macromolecules only). Biological Molecules Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic Acids Monomers Mom; small-£6.25 A AM; no {0 OQwHL‘fib 843 fjl cease.) Bond—connecting 8” c0 5 1' Cub W Ph°$9hoches+ef Monomers (Sousa-emu) Subgroups {6.8.5 Mphbup {5.5 592.7 mm W Energy L RT?) ‘ o\y saw ides To;(d\\/c_e_n{¢\£$ Ewuflmx 5; WW cc, MP) £9. . lmuxspo \ A Energy 5 lam/3:, raga" Affdk" Ho c m: n e5 W'Wwv ‘ 5'?deer 5W0 “L5 D ems t InkemMnLa‘mfi) Examples ax L E: lamb: Cm was > “W5 *1“ Leer-p .9. v we l > M15 Sflmdm €- wskxbfifi. \ 3 EAL? ‘ boom 5 e_ U331 4‘35“ \ 7 & i anagbsev ’f priesme >qu‘4 = ‘ (flecfio‘aat: ’ ‘ Draw one monomer for each group. ' Cwkame Lge eds: Promos: Nadine. fig . H, H‘ O W’ "‘u—L—i » <30 1* A .v f ‘ s13“; 5.: #4 a . on '* H CH2 5 on D“ l "s OH 5 H oil H (seam). . A .5 ‘ . Calumet. filka Am‘m‘ ‘ pm; Nodal-toe s mm C ys’ruML, (fining) IUrl‘ ml‘y ft- mnmu‘ "1 “bras 177 ...
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