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Biology 1201 Exam 2 Review

Biology 1201 Exam 2 Review - Biology 1201 Dr Pomarico 1...

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Biology 1201 Dr. Pomarico 1 Exam 2 Review Chapter 5 1. Which of the following are  not  polysaccharides? a) glycogen b) starch c) chitin d) hydrocarbon 2. Which of the following are not true of pentoses? 3. Polymerization is a process that 4. Disaccharides can differ from each other in all of the following ways except 5. Which of the follwing is not true of cellulose? a) It differs from starch because of the configuration of glucose and the geometry of the  glycosidic linkage b) it maybe hydrogen bonded to neighboring cellulose molecules to form microfibrils c) few organisms have enzymes that hydrolyze its glycosidic linkages d) its monomers are glucose with nitrogen-containing appendages 
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Biology 1201 Dr. Pomarico 2 —Cellulose has no nitrogen. —Chitin is the only polysaccharide with nitrogen. 6. Plants store most of their energy as 7. What happens when a protein denatures? a) it loses its primary structure b) it loses its secondary and tertiary structure c) it hydrolyzes into component amino acids d) it becomes irreversibly insoluble and precipitates —When you add too much heat to a protein, it’s going to lose its second and tertiary  structure. Everything but the primary chain will be broken. 8. The alpha helix of protein is
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