BIOLOGY MCGRAW HILL 03

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    1. How is a polymer formed from multiple monomers?

    From the growth of the chain of carbon atoms

    By the removal of an —OH group and a hydrogen atom

    By the addition of an —OH group and a hydrogen atom

    Through hydrogen bonding
    b. By the removal of an —OH group and a hydrogen atom
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    2. Why are carbohydrates important molecules for energy storage?

    The C—H bonds found in carbohydrates store energy.

    The double bonds between carbon and oxygen are very strong.

    The electronegativity of the oxygen atoms means that a carbohydrate is made up of many polar bonds.

    They can form ring structures in the aqueous environment of a cell.
    a. The C—H bonds found in carbohydrates store energy.
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    3. Plant cells store energy in the form of _________, and animal cells store energy in the form of ___________.

    fructose; glucose

    disaccharides; monosaccharides

    cellulose; chitin

    starch; glycogen
    d. starch; glycogen
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    4. Which carbohydrate would you find as part of a molecule of RNA?

    Galactose

    Deoxyribose

    Ribose

    Glucose
    c. Ribose
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    5. A molecule of DNA or RNA is a polymer of

    monosaccharides.
    amino acids.
    nucleotides.
    fatty acids.
    b. nucleotides
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    6. What makes cellulose different from starch?

    Starch is produced by plant cells, and cellulose is produced by animal cells.

    Cellulose forms long filaments, and starch is highly branched.

    Starch is insoluble, and cellulose is soluble.

    All of the choices are correct.
    b. Cellulose forms long filaments, and starch is highly branched.
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    7. What monomers make up a protein?

    Monosaccharides
    Amino acids
    Nucleotides
    Fatty acids
    c. Amino acids
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    8. A triglyceride is a form of _______ composed of ___________.

    lipid; fatty acids and glucose

    lipid; fatty acids and glycerol

    carbohydrate; fatty acids

    lipid; cholesterol
    b. lipid; fatty acids and glycerol
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