Which set of functional groups is always found in sugars?
The _____ has an oxygen atom single-bonded to hydrogen and single-bonded to a carbon-containing group.
What type of reaction causes the formation of sugar molecules larger than monosaccharides?
Proteins in our skin, hair, and nails are called what?
Identify the secondary structure that is
NOT held together by hydrogen bonds.
What atoms are connected by a peptide bond?
What is the shorthand for a carbon-containing substance in organic chemistry?
Which of the following statements correctly describes the behavior of the sickle cell hemoglobin?
Choose the structure that represents the order of amino acids in a protein.
What does N-terminus refer to?
Carlos just finished an exhausting workout. Which of the following carbohydrates can be readily used by his body as a source of fuel?
The breakdown of protein secondary, tertiary, and quaternary structure is called _____.
Which of the following is a function performed by proteins?
Lactose is composed of a glucose molecule and a galactose molecule, therefore, lactose is classified as a _____.
Which of the following is true about organic molecules?
Which of the following roles do lipids NOT play in our bodies?
A single sugar is called a 'monosaccharide.'
'_____saccharide' refers to a three sugar polymer.
Which of the following reactions forms peptide bonds?
Which amino acid is involved in formation of disulfide bonds?
Which of the following makes proline a 'special' amino acid?
_____ hold fats together in biological systems and bond fatty acids to glycerol.
When a protein makes it easier for a biological reaction to happen, it is acting as _____.
A peptide bond is the linkage between:
How many kinds of amino acids can the human body use?
All of the following statements are true about lipids, EXCEPT that _____.
How is the tertiary structure of protein different from that of a quaternary structure?
Why does soap remove grease from pans when we wash dishes?
What is the functional group that is formed when glycerol reacts with carboxylic acids to form triglycerides?
Cellulose & proteins are types of
What holds high density polyethylene together?
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