Biomolecules and Enzymes Quiz

Sophia Juba
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Sophia Juba
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A short quiz on Biomolecules and Enzymes for review.

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Question 1

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What are the 4 main bio-molecule classes?
Answer
  • Carbohydrates, DNA, Lipids, Proteins
  • Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids, Oil , Meat
  • Carbohydrates, Nucleic Acids, Lipids, Proteins
  • Bread, RNA, Oils, Eggs

Question 2

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Check all examples of Carbohydrates.
Answer
  • Bread (Starch)
  • Sugar
  • Steak
  • Simple Sugars including Glucose, Fructose and Galactose
  • Simple Sugars including Glucose, Fructose and Lactose
  • A Ham Sandwich

Question 3

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True of False: Carbohydrates monomers are called polysaccharides and their polymers are called monosaccharides.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 4

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Lipids are....
Answer
  • Examples of lipids are fats, oils and waxes. Lipids are generally not soluble in water. They are primarily made of carbon. Their monomers are glycerol and fatty acids and the polymers are lipids themselves.
  • Examples of lipids are fats, water and waxes. Lipids are generally soluble in water. They are primarily made of carbon and oxygen. Their monomers are fatty acids and the polymers are lipids themselves.
  • Examples of lipids are fats, oils and waxes. Lipids are generally not soluble in water. They are primarily made of carbon and hydrogen. Their monomers are glycerol and fatty acids and the polymers are lipids themselves.
  • Examples of lipids are fats, and oils. Lipids are generally not soluble in water. They are primarily made of oxygen and hydrogen. Their monomers are lipids and the polymers are glycerol and fatty acids.

Question 5

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Enzymes are proteins that lower activation energy and speed up chemical reactions in cells.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

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Check all the correct functions of proteins:
Answer
  • Control the rate of reactions to regulate cell processes. (Enzymes)
  • Form cell structures.
  • Transport genetic information.
  • Transport material in and out of cells.
  • Help maintain homeostasis.
  • Help fight disease.
  • Give energy to the body.

Question 7

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Nucleic Acids are acids inside the nucleus.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 8

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What is the function of Nucleic Acids?
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  • To store acid in the nucleus.
  • To store and transmit genetic information, including DNA and RNA.
  • To store and transmit acids.
  • To create DNA and RNA

Question 9

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Nucleic Acids monomers is DNA and RNA and the polymers are nucleotides.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 10

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Select the monomer and the polymer of proteins.
Answer
  • Monomers: Amino Acids
  • Monomers: Proteins
  • Polymers: Proteins
  • Polymers: Amino Acids
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