This is an MCQ-based quiz for GRE on the topic of Macromolecules.
This includes the macromolecules which are assembled by joining several smaller units, called monomers, together through a chemical reaction called dehydration synthesis.
What is the difference between the alpha and beta forms of a monosaccharide?
Two monosaccharides can be linked together to form a disaccharide. This linkage is known as a __________ bond.
Glycogen and starch are polysaccharides connected through __________ linkages, and cellulose is connected via __________ linkages.
Which polysaccharide is the primary form of energy storage in plants?
What factor determines whether humans are capable of digesting a polysaccharide?
A phospholipid contains which of the following components? I. Fatty acids II. Phosphate III. Sulfate IV. Glycerol
Fatty acids can vary in length. Which of the following fatty acids chains cannot not be synthesized in the human body?
Which of the following requires a carrier protein in order to be transported through the bloodstream?
Which of the following molecules is amphipathic?
Which of the following lipid classifications has the primary purpose of storing energy for the body?