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Water Macromolecules Quiz


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The element is found in all organic compounds

A. Iron

B. Carbon

C. Nitrogen

D. Oxygen


True or False

Macromolecules are tiny molecules that cells need?

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Water is the universal solvent

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Water is a universal solvent because

A. It can be found anywhere

B. Floats when frozen

C. It freezes when it gets cold

D. Dissolves most substances


Water is necessary to

A. Give cells/systems energy

B. Build cell parts

C. Give cells/ system long term energy

D. Helps cells with chemical processes


Which macromolecules stores energy, insulates us, and make up the cell membrane

A. Lipids

B. Carbohydrates

C. Proteins

D. Nucleic Acids


What are the single sugars that are the building blocks of carbohydrates?

A. Monosaccharides

B. Nucleotide

C. Fatty Acid

D. Lipid


A protein is a macomolecule that is used to

A. give cells/systems energy

B. build cell parts

C. give cells/ systems long term energy

D. helps cells with chemical processes


Acids have more what?

A. OH ions

B. H+ ions

C. OH- ions

D. All of the above


The ph scale is a range of

A. 1-7

B. 1-15

C. 0-14

D. 1-20


What word describes when water is attached to other substances?

A. Cohension

B. Capillary Action

C. Adhesion

D. Surface tension


Proteins have monomers called

A. Nucleotides

B. Amino Acids

C. Monosaccharides

D. Glycerol and fatty acids


When reading the nutrition facts on the food packaging, total fats is a measure of

A. Carbohydrates

B. Water

C. Lipids

D. Proteins


A substance that is being dissolved is the

A. Solution

B. Solvent

C. Solute

D. Suspension


A carbohydrates is a macromolecule that is used to

A. give cells/systems energy

B. Build cell parts

C. Give cells/systems long term energy

D. Helps cells with chemical processes


A solvent is

A. A substance that does not dissolve

B. A compound being dissolved

C. the substance in which the solute dissolves

D. None


Carbohydrates are made of

A. CHO

B. CHON

C. CHONP

D. CHONS




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