Carbohydrates Botany 2019
1. Which of the following are NOT Polysaccharides?
2. Each time a monosacharide is added to a polysacharide chain, a(n) ____________________ is (are) released
nitrogen and hydrogen molecule
3. Sucrose is a ____________________, while amylose is a ____________________
4. Which of the following ranks the molecules in the correct order by size? (from smallest to largest)
5. How is glucose SIMILAR to sucrose, cellulose, and starch?
they contains, C, H, O, and N
they are all simple carbs
they are all monosaccharides
sucrose, cellulose and starch contain glucose
they are ALL used for fuel
6. Foods that are high in fiber mean that they have lots of
7. Cattle and other ruminants can digest and break down cellulose (and thus derive nutrients from cellulose) because
their chambered stomach contains termintes, which can break down the cellulose
their chambered stomach contains microorganisms (bacteria) that can break down the cellulose
the convert the cellulose into starch, which is easily digestable
none of these choices are correct
the chew their food so well that they can break down the cellulose fibers
8. Which of the following terms includes all others in the list?
9. If we linked 1000's of the molecule in diagram 1, we would have built______. (check all that apply)
10. In the diagram. the molecule that is pictured is: (check all that apply)
C6 H12 O6
11. If we linked 2 of the molecules in the diagram, the resulting molecule is a(n): (check all that apply)
C12 H24 O12
12. The molecule in the diagram was assembled by linking 2 simple sugars. This sugar illustrated can be referred to as a(n): (check all that apply)
Diagram 3. Please refer to this diagram to answer the questions that follow.
13. What is the relationship between molecule A and B in diagram 3 above? (check all that apply)
They are both polysaccharides
both are made of alpha glucose molecules
both are found in plants
both are easily digested by humans
both are made from beta glucose molecules
14. What 2 simple sugars are present in this 2 part sugar?
alpha glucose and amylose
alpha glucose and fructose
fructose and cellulose
beta glucose and fructose
not sure I forgot to study!
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