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This element is the primary material used to make living organisms.
Carbon
The first electron shell will hold this many electrons
2
Which characteristic does not describe DNA
Uses Uracil
These lipids are liquid at room temperature
Unsaturated
An atom, Atomic number 17, Atomic mass 35, would have how many electrons
17
An oxygen atom will have this many protons
8
Lactose is the comination of gatactose plus this monosaccharide
Glucose
Which of the following functional groups would be used to make protein monomers
Amine
these chemicals have a molecular structure similar to cholesterol
Steroids
This polysaccharide is used by humans for short-term carbohydrate storage
Glycogen
Any chemical that can donate a proton in solution
Acid
Name three monosaccharides
Glucose, Fructose, Galactose
A combination of two or more different types of atoms
Compound
The process in which water is removed jto combine two molecules
Dehydration Synthesis
Any substance capable of removing a proton from solution
Base
These two monomers are used to make lipid polymers
Glycerol and fatty acids
Name the four nucleotides found in DNA
Adenine, Guanine, Cytosine, Thymine
This organic group is primarily used for long term energy storage
Lipids
This molecule is used to provide energy for all living things
ATP