worksheet 2 S11 review

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Worksheet 2 review version 1) What reactions must occur for glucose monomers in your blood to be converted to glycogen that is stored in your liver? 2) What is the difference between condensation synthesis and hydrolysis? A. Condensation synthesis occurs in plants, and hydrolysis happens in animals. B. Condensation synthesis makes polymers, and hydrolysis breaks them down. C. Hydrolysis occurs during the day, and condensation synthesis happens at night. D. Condensation synthesis can occur only after hydrolysis. E. Hydrolysis creates monomers, and condensation synthesis destroys them. 3) Three fatty acids bonded together with a glycerol are found in A. a phospholipid. B. a chlorophyll pigment. C. an alcohol. D. an enzyme. E. a triglyceride. 4) Which type of molecules will significantly affect fluidity of the cell membrane? A. phospholipids and cholesterol B. proteins and cellulose C. phospholipids and integral proteins D. phospholipids and polysaccharides E. nucleic acids and proteins 5) Why is vegetable oil liquid at room temp? 6) Polysaccharides are composed of ______, linked together by______. Polypeptides are composed of ______, linked together by ______. Nucleic acids are composed of ______, linked together by ______.
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2011 for the course BIO 311C taught by Professor Satasivian during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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