Monomers, Polymers and Carbohydrates

Tessa McDougall
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As biology topic 1, carbohydrates and monomers and polymer. I hope this helps
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Question 1

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what is a monomer?
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  • A small chemical compound
  • A small chemical unit
  • A Large chemical unit
  • A large chemical compound

Question 2

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what is a polymer?
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  • A small chemical compound
  • A large chemical compound
  • A large chemical unit
  • A small chemical unit

Question 3

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A polymer is formed by what?
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  • Multiple monomers joined by chemical bonds
  • Monomers and polymers joined by chemical bonds

Question 4

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what is a condensation reaction?
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  • when two polymers bond and there is a by product of water
  • when polymers and monomers bond and there is a byproduct of water
  • when a polymer is broken into two monomers by adding water
  • when two monomers form to make a polymer and there is a by product of water

Question 5

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what is a peptide bond?
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  • A chemical bond between two amino molecules
  • When a amino and carboxyl are broken as the result of h2o being added
  • A chemical bond between two molecules when the carboxyl and amino react
  • A chemical bond between two molecules when the carboxyl and amino react and release h2o

Question 6

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What is hydrolysis?
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  • when two polymers bond and water is extracted
  • When water is added and two polymers are broken
  • when water is added and two monomers bond to make a polymer
  • when a polymer and a monomer bond and water is extracted

Question 7

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What is a monosaccharide?
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  • Polymers that form to make carbohydrates
  • Monomers that form to make carbohydrates
  • Complex carbohydrates that can be broken down to make sugar
  • Large carbohydrates formed by many Polymers

Question 8

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two Monosaccharides bond to produce a?
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  • Polysaccharide
  • Large Monosaccharide
  • Disaccharide

Question 9

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What is a Glycosidic Link / Glycosidic bond?
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  • A bond between two disccharides releasing a h2o molecule
  • A bond between many Polysaccharides adding a h2o molecule
  • A bond between two monosaccharides releasing a h2o molecule

Question 10

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What is a Polysaccharide?
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  • many disaccharides and monosaccharides joined by glycosidic bonds
  • many monosaccharides joined by peptide bonds
  • many monosaccharides joined by glycosidic bonds
  • many polysaccharides joined by glycosidic bonds

Question 11

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Which two of these are characteristics of polysaccharides?
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  • Soluble in water
  • Insoluble in water
  • Crystal formations
  • Chain formations
  • sweet
  • very difficult to break down

Question 12

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Lactose (Disaccharide) is made from which to monosaccharides?
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  • Glucose and Fructose
  • Fructose and Galactose
  • Glucose and Galactose
  • Glucose and Glucose

Question 13

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[blank_start]Starch[blank_end] is used as an energy store for [blank_start]plants[blank_end], it is made from [blank_start]alpha[blank_end] glucose molecules, it forms a [blank_start]helix[blank_end] structure, is [blank_start]insoluble[blank_end] and has two distinct components, amylose and amylopectin.
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  • Glucose
  • Starch
  • Cellulose
  • Lactase
  • Animals
  • Humans
  • plants
  • Bacteria
  • alpha
  • Beta
  • Alpha and beta
  • Straight
  • Crystal
  • Ring
  • Helix
  • insoluble
  • soluble

Question 14

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Glucose is..
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  • used to make plant cell walls and is made from alpha glucose
  • used as an energy store for animals and plants and it made from beta glucose
  • used as an energy store for humans and animals and it made from alpha glucose
  • used as an energy store for humans and animals and is made from beta glucose

Question 15

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Cellulose is (pick 4)
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  • Used to make animals cell walls
  • Used to make plant cell walls
  • Used as an energy store
  • made from alpha glucose
  • made from beta glucose
  • branched and unbranched
  • unbranched
  • soluble and easy to break down
  • strong and hard to break down

Question 16

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The cause of lactose intollerance is
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  • your body not producing enough lactose
  • your body not producing enough lactic acid
  • your body not producing enough lactase

Question 17

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Baby mammals never suffer from lactose intollerance
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  • True
  • False
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