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Knowledge Check: Biomolecules
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1. Bonding many amino acids together in a chain would make
A. carbohydrates.
B. lipids.
C. nucleic acids.
D. proteins.
2. Which biomolecules only contain C, O, and H?
A. carbohydrates and proteins
B. nucleic acids and lipids
C. lipids and carbohydrates
D. nucleic acids and proteins
E. proteins and lipids
3. The biomolecule that is responsible for storing genetic instructions is
A. carbohydrates
B. lipids
C. nucleic acids.
D. proteins.
4. The muscle in your arm is made from what biomolecule subunit?
A. nucleotides
B. fatty acids
C. amino acids
D. monosaccharides
5. Which of the following is a function of lipids?
A. Makes up muscle tissues in animals.
B. The primary energy molecule for cells.
C. Main component of cell membranes.
D. Stores genetic information.
6. Which biomolecule contains C, O, H, P, and N?
A. carbohydrates
B. lipids
C. nucleic acids
D. proteins
7. Which feature is special to lipids?
A. Long chains of carbon with hydrogen on each side?
B. Has a phosphate group, a 5-carbon sugar and a nitrogen base.
C. Has a ring of carbon with oxygen and hydrogen attached.
D. Is bonded together with a peptide bond.
8. Bonding many amino acids together in a chain would make
A. carbohydrates
B. lipids
C. nucleic acids.
D. proteins.
Cells pre-assessment
1. The difference between prokaryotic cells (bacteria) and eukaryotic cells (plans,
animals, etc.). is prokaryotic cells
A. don’t have a nucleus and eukaryotes do.
B. don't have genetic information and eukaryotes do.
C. can't preform complex chemical processes and eukaryotes can.
2. Which organelle is the “powerhouse” of the cell?
A. Ribosome
B. Mitochondria
C. Nucleus
D. Lysosome
3. What kind of cell membrane surrounds cells?
A. Lipid
B. Protein
C. Phospholipid
D. Carbohydrate
4. What copies the genetic information so cells can perform their functions?
A. Nucleus
B. DNA
C. RNA
D. Proteins
E. Ribosomes
5. How does water transfer across a cell membrane?
A. Diffusion
B. Active transport
C. Osmosis
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