Intro to Bio SG, ch. 5

Intro to Bio SG, ch. 5 - C hapter 5 P retest A dehydration...

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Chapter 5 Pretest A dehydration reaction (or condensation reaction) is the process in which _____. The four main categories of large biological molecules present in living systems are _____. Sucrose is formed when glucose is joined to fructose by a(n) _____.
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glycosidic linkage peptide linkage phosphodiester linkage ionic bond ester linkage Plant cell walls consist mainly of _____. peptidoglycan cellulose chlorophyll chitin None of the choices is correct. The characteristic that all lipids have in common is that _____.
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ANSWER: they are all acidic when mixed with water they do not have a high energy content none of them dissolves in water they all contain nitrogen they are all made of fatty acids and glycerol Palm oil and coconut oil are more like animal fats than are other plant oils. Because they _____ than other plant oils, they may contribute to cardiovascular disease. contain more sodium are less soluble in water contain more double bonds contain fewer double bonds contain less hydrogen
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Some regions of a polypeptide may coil or fold back on themselves. This is called _____,
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