Enzymes
Proteins
Lipids
Carbohydrates
Properties of Water
100

What do enzymes end in?

"ase"

100

What are the elements of a Protein? 

Carbon, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, [sulfur]

100

What are the uses of a lipid?

Insulation/Long term energy

100

What are the elements of a carbohydrate?

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen.

100

What is known as the universal solvent?

Water

200

True or False? The substrate goes into the active site. 

True

200

What are some examples of a Protein? 

Muscles, Enzyme, Membrane

200

What are the elements of a lipid?

Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen

200

What does carbohydrates end in?

"ose"

200

What is adhesion?

When water attaches itself to other substances

300

What are the 2 types of reactions of an enzyme?

Catabolic and Anabolic

300

What type of bond makes up a protein?

Peptide Bond 
300

What type of bond makes up a lipid?

Ester Bond

300

What type of bond makes up a carbohydrate?

Glycosidic Bond

300

What is cohesion?

When water attaches itself to water

400

True or False? an enzyme known as the worlds best catalyst.

True

400

What are the polymers of a protein? 

Polypeptide 

400

What are the polymers of a lipid?

Phospholipids and Triglycerides 

400

What are the monomers of a carbohydrate?

Monosaccharide and Disaccharide  
400

What is capilary action? 

When water goes against gravity

500

What is a catabolic reaction?

When the macromolecules split 

500

What are the uses of a protein?

Transport, Storage, Defense, Structure, Motility

500

What are the monomers of a lipid?

Fatty acids and Glycerol 

500

What are the polymers of a carbohydrate?

Polysaccharide 

500

True or False? Water is more dense as a solid.

False 

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