CHEM 1515 Blackboard Final - Please Write Your Name

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Unformatted text preview: Please Write Your Name Here:__________________________________________ PLEASE READ THESE DIRECTIONS ! Bubble in the VERSION (A,B,C or D) on your Scantron. Write the Exam Number (Upper right hand corner of exam) on your Scantron. Check the last page for questions. There are 42 Questions: 40 = 100%. Choose the BEST answer for each question. Please read each question carefully and accurately. Take your time and good luck! 1 Which is a major component of cartilage ? A) glycogen B) chitin C) chondroitin sulfate D) acid mucopolysaccharides 2 Is there a gene(s) for Cholesterol ? A) No; but there are genes for other lipids. B) Yes; a gene specifies the structure of cholesterol. C) No; but there are genes for the enzymes which synthesize cholesterol. D) Yes; I think they are available at the GAP. 3 The Bases in polynucleotides are linked to each other by : A) phosphodiester bonds. B) peptide bonds. C) glycosidic bonds. D) ishkabibble bonds. 4 Histones are : A) acidic proteins used to cover DNA. B) basic proteins used to cover DNA. C) a mixture of acidic and basic proteins used to cover DNA. D) the cause of hemorrhoids; a pain in the butt. 5 Which Purine is found in RNA ? A) Guanine B) Uracil C) Thymine D) Cytosine 6 Which is the correct order when these molecules are arranged by size from the smallest to the largest ? A) polynucleotide - oligonucleotide - dinucleotide - mononucleotide B) mononucleotide - dinucleotide - oligonucleotide - polynucleotide C) mononucleotide - oligonucleotide - polynucleotide - dinucleotide D) dinucleotide - mononucleotide - oligonucleotide - polynucleotide 7 Humans can synthesize : A) glycogen, but not starch B) glycogen and starch C) glycogen and cellulose D) starch, but not glycogen 8 Glucose is stored in the human liver as : A) a beta-1,4-poylsaccharide.A) a beta-1,4-poylsaccharide....
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course CHEM 1515 taught by Professor Bertsilverman during the Summer '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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CHEM 1515 Blackboard Final - Please Write Your Name

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