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3. Identify the following molecule: 4. Identify the following molecule: 5. The bond between the two monosaccharides in maltose is referred to as the ____________ bond, while the bond between ribose and adenine in ATP is called a ______________bond. 6. When the carbonyl group on a ketone reacts with a hydroxyl group as shown below, what is the addition product called? 5
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7. The formation of D-2-deoxyribose from D-ribose is classified as a/an ___________ reaction. 8. Which polysaccharide(s) is/are described as containing glucose monomers, α(14) linkages, with α(16) branching? 9. N-acetylglucosamine is NOT a component of which of the following polysaccharides? 10. Who provided significant experimental data about DNA composition and structure that allowed for the development of the double helix model? 11. Which is NOT true about the double helix model of DNA? 12. A topoisomerase could 13. Select the components and bonding present in RNA 6
14. Name the following structure, represented by a shorthand drawing: P5’ 15. In the Meselson-Stahl experiment in which E. coli grown for many generations in “heavy” nitrogen medium (15N – G0) was switched to “light” nitrogen medium, 14N, for one generation, G1,

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