Quiz 2 - 1. The strongest bond between molecules is A. Van...

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The strongest bond between molecules is A. Van der Waals B. Hydrogen C. Covalent D. Ionic 2. Which form of amino acid is most common at pH 7? A. H 2 N—CHR—COOH B. H 3 N + —CHR—COO - C. H 2 N - —CHR—COO + D. H 3 N + —CHR—COOH 3. The synthesis of polysaccharides and proteins proceeds from their constituent monomers via A. Covalent bond formation through addition of water B. Covalent bond formation through elimination of water C. Van der Waals interactions D. Ionic Bonds 4. Which of the following macromolecules in cells is not formed via polymerization? A. Proteins B. Nucleic Acids C. Phospholipids D. Polysaccharides 5. Phospholipids interact with each other through A. Covalent bonds B. Hydrophobic interactions C. Carbon-carbon double bonds D. Phosphodiester double bonds 6. Disulfide bonds can form between A. 2 cysteine side chains B. 2 proline side chains C. 2 arginine side chains D. 2 glycine side chains 7. The subunit of DNA and RNA is A. Nucleotides B. Amino Acids C. Phospholipids
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course BMEN 2051 taught by Professor S during the Fall '10 term at Minnesota.

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Quiz 2 - 1. The strongest bond between molecules is A. Van...

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