Compare the structure of carbohydrates and lipids.
They both contain hydrogen-carbon bonds.
The both contain the elements carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
They're both constructed with long hydrocarbon chains.
They're both used for structures in the body.
They're both made of carbon rings.
Which of the following is a list of monomers?
carbohydrates, nucleic acids, proteins
nucleotides, amino acids, monosaccharides
glucose, amino acids, fatty acids
lipids, proteins, amino acids
Which of the following are biological processes?
lipids, carbohydrates, H2O
dehydration synthesis, protein synthesis, hydrolysis
Which of the following are biological macromolecules?
Which of the following elements are found in a protein?
Why is water considered a polar molecule?
it contains two hydrogen atoms
both ends carry a positive charge
both ends carry a negative charge
each end has a different charge (positive and negative)
it dissolves other polar molecules
What is the maximum number of covalent bonds one carbon atom able to form?
Which of the following describes the role of a phospholipid?
Phospholipids store short term energy for the cell
Phospholipids catalyze (speed up) chemical reactions
Phospholipids form the cell's membrane
Phospholipids carry hereditary information
Which of the following shows foods high in carbohydrates?
eggs, meat, fish, beans
fats, oils, waxes
bread, rice, vegetables, and sugar
Which of the following is liquid at room temperature?
saturated fatty acids
unsaturated fatty acids