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Bio Ch 3 Test Yourse

Carbon requires how many electrons to complete it outer shell? 4
An amino acid is to protein as a ____ is to nucleic acid. nucleotide
Carbon chains can vary in "length, number of double bonds, and branching pattern"
Organic molecules containing carbodyl groups are acidic
Biological macromolecules are polymers that are formed when ____ are joined by a _____ reaction monomers; dehydration synthesis
A triglyceride contains glycerol and three fatty acids
Variatins in 3-D shapes among proteins are due to bonding between the R groups
Carbon and oxygen can be found in "glucose, amino acids, and starch"
The polysaccharide found in plant cell wall is cellulose
Phospahtes can be found in both DNA and RNA
All ____ are proteins enzymes
Cholesterol is the precursor of testosterone and estrogen
Amino acids in proteins are joined by peptide bonds
Saturated fatty acids and unsaturated fatty acids differ in "the number of carbon-to-carbon bonds, consistencty at room temp and the nubmer ofhydrogen atoms present"
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