Quiz_Number_Seven_Fall_2010 (1)

Quiz_Number_Seven_Fall_2010 (1) - Exam Name_

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Exam Name___________________________________   MULTIPLE CHOICE.  Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.  1) 
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Which of  the  following  is not a  componen t of a  nucleic  acid (the  monomer  used in  the  synthesis  of the  DNA  molecule)
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1) 
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A) 
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a protein  B) 
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a sugar  C) 
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a phosphate  group  D) 
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a nitrogenous  base  E) 
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All of the above  are components of nucleic acids.    2) 
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Which of  the  following  polysacch arides  is  indigestib le by  humans  but  digestible  by  microorga nisms that  live in the  digestive  tracks of  termites? 
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2)  B s u c ro se  cel lulose 
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glycogen  D) 
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triglycerides  E) 
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starch    3) 
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How are  polysacch arides and  polymers  related? 
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3)  P o l y m e r s   a r e   o n l y   m a d e   b y   a dd iti on  w hil po ly sa cc ha ri de ar m ad by  co nd en sa tio n.  Po lys ac charides are polymers  made of saccharide  monomers. 
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Polymers are  condensed polysaccharides.  D) 
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Polysaccharides  are made of individual polymers as monomers.  E) 
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none of the  above    4) 
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What  functional  groups  are found  in all  amino  acids? 
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4)  a m i n e s   a n ca rb ox yli ac id ph enols and amines 
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alcohols and  amides  D) 
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ketones and  aldehydes  E) 
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aminos and  acids    5) 
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A simple  carbohydr ate is  ________
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5)  C o n e   t h a t   c a n n o t   b cl ea ve int s m all er  co m po ne nt co m posed of disaccharides 
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either a  monosaccharide or a disaccharide  D) 
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a carbohydrate  that can be easily digested  E) 
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composed of  monosaccharides    6) 
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Which of  the  following  statement s best  describe  cells  within  biological  systems? 
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This note was uploaded on 12/26/2010 for the course CHM 1020 taught by Professor Miles during the Fall '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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