Bio 11000 Exam Review - quiz1Biol110Fall2010 1.

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quiz 1 Biol 110 Fall 2010 1. Most of the biologically important molecules are assembled using what type of bonds? A. Hydrogen bonds B. Covalent bonds C. Ionic bonds D. Hydrophobic interactions E. Van der Waals attractions 1. Most of the biologically important molecules are assembled using what type of bonds? A. Covalent bonds B. Hydrogen bonds C. Ionic bonds D. Hydrophobic interactions E. Van der Waals attractions 2. What does the term oxidation describe? A. Any molecule with oxygen in it B. The loss of an electron C. The gain of an electron D. Sharing of electrons E. An oxygen ion with a negative charge 2. What does the term oxidation describe? A. Any molecule with oxygen in it B. The gain of an electron C. Sharing of electrons D. The loss of an electron E. An oxygen ion with a negative charge 3. Because hydrogen-bond forming molecules prefer to form as many hydrogen bonds as  possible, when you mix polar and nonpolar molecules, what is the result? A.
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course BIO 110 taught by Professor Bos during the Fall '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Bio 11000 Exam Review - quiz1Biol110Fall2010 1.

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