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1 Practice Questions Macromolecule Quiz

2 ________ are the building blocks of _______________ A. Polymers, monomers B. Protein, amino acids C. Monomers, Polymers D. Polymers, Dimers

3 Which of the following is not a type of macromolecule found in the human body? A. Protein B. Carbohydrates C. Calcium D. Nucleic Acids E. Lipids

4 BONUS QUESTION Which of the following scientists studies animals? A. Botanist B. Geologist C. Zoologist D. Archeologist

5 Which of the following is the monomer of nucleic acids? A. Fatty acids B. Amino acids C. Monosaccharides D. Nucleotides

6 Which of the following is the monomer for protein? A. Amino acids B. Nucleic acids C. Monosaccharides D. Fatty Acids

7 A chain of nucleotides makes up … A. Protein B. RNA or DNA C. Triglycerides D. Polysaccharides

8 If iodine turns black or purple in a solution, the solution must contain… A. Simple carbohydrates B. Protein C. Lipids D. Complex carbohydrates

9 What food would be best to eat the night before a race? A. Carbohydrates for energy B. Lipids for energy storage C. Protein for energy D. Nucleic acids

10 Which of the following is true about fats? A. They contain unsaturated fats B. They are liquid at room temperature C. They are most likely to be found in animal meat D. They are most likely to be from plant matter

11 Why do we need fats? A. Stores energy B. Insulation C. Protection of organs D. All of the above

12 Why do lipids not mix with water? A. Part of the fat molecule is hydrophobic B. Lipids are soluble in water C. Water is lipophobic D. They don’t get along

13 Monosaccharides that bond together make up… A. Disaccharide B. Polysaccharide C. Protein D. A and B

14 Fatty Acids bond together to form… A. Triglycerides B. Nucleic acids C. Protein D. Carbohydrates

15 A protein is made up of A. Nucleic acids B. Monosaccharide C. Amino acids D. Fatty acids

16 What reagent was used to test for the presence of protein? A. Biuret reagent B. Benedict’s reagent C. Iodine D. Sugar

17 What type of fat is better for your body? A. Saturated B. Unsaturated C. No fat D. Trans Fat

18 BONUS QUESTION What element contains 7 protons? A. Hydrogen B. Oxygen C. Nitrogen D. Sodium

19 What role do proteins play in the body? A. Transport oxygen B. Aid in hair and nail growth C. Skin pigmentation D. Repair muscles E. Energy F. A through D are correct

20 What food contains a high amount of carbohydrates? A. Pasta B. Bread C. Grains D. All of the above

21 If a dry food was placed on a paper towel and wet looking spots appeared, what might you assume is in the food? A. Carbohydrates B. Starch C. Protein D. Lipids E. Nucleic Acids

22 What foods contain nucleic acids? A. Any food that was once living B. Any food with protein C. Any food with lipids D. All foods

23 Which of the following is a monomer? A. Protein B. Amino acid C. Triglyceride D. Polysaccharide

24 What type of monomer makes up a triglyceride? A. Fatty acid B. Nucleic acid C. Monosaccharide D. Amino acid

25 What reagent is used to test for simple carbohydrates? A. Biuret’s B. Benedict’s Solution C. Iodine D. Paper towel test

26 What type of food would have a healthier type of lipid? A. Avocado B. Bacon C. Burger D. Pork

27 What type of macromolecule makes up the majority of the cell membrane? A. Carbohydrates B. Protein C. Lipids D. Nucleic Acids


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