OCR AS BIOLOGY: Biological Molecules and their tests.

OCR AS BIOLOGY F212

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1. Water is susceptible to a type of bonding called;

  • Ionic Bonding
  • Hydrogen Bonding
  • Delta Bonding
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2. Water is therefore a polar molecule

  • True
  • False

3. The Bonds mentioned give water a;

  • Low Cohesion
  • Low Latent Heat of Evaporation
  • High Specific Heat Capacity
  • High Density

4. Proteins are (A) chains of (B)

  • (A) Short (B) Saccharides
  • (A) Long (B) Amino Acids
  • (A) 4 (B) Iron
  • (A) Short (B) Lipids
  • (A) 2 (B) Nucleic Acids

5. These monomers have non-variable groups, what are they?

  • CH4 and CHO
  • CH2 and OH
  • CH4 and COOH
  • NH2 and COOH
  • NH4 and CHO

Comments

Bethanie

Good quiz but some of the questions are quite confusing to what they are actually asking

Tom

Quite a good quiz, it also tests your ability to comprehand what you are asking.

Poppy Woods

Great test thanks it really helped me :)

harry

Ahhhh! I got 77% on my test :D

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tiffany quinn

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Piers Baker

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Josephine

I thought the answer to 6 was just peptide bonds. Not dipeptide bonds.

Byakushix

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alex

Good test 

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Chloe Fellows

cholesterol has an insoluble nature - because its used in cell membranes

haemoglobin has the hydrophobic part on the inside and hydrophilic part on the outside because it needs to be water soluble

Bridie

Really helpful, and loads of questions too which is good!!! Thankyou:)

Swallowtail

A popular and straightforward  quiz to check your understanding of biological molecules and biochemical tests. I have edited some questions to improve clarity.  The correct plural for helix is helices.

Anneka

This is a really great test!

DamonHo

Thank for for making this, really helping me remember what I've learnt. 

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