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100 Which of the following is a phospholipid?
101 Lipids show solubility in which of the following solvents?
102 Lipids have great functional significance in the human body. What are the main functions of the lipids?
103 Lecithin contains ______.
104 Hydrophilic substances are ______ and hydrophobic substances are _____.
105 A triglyceride is:
106 Nitrogenous bases such as choline and serine arc significant part of which of the following?
107 Saponification number describes ______.
108 Lipids show solubility in which of the following solvents?
109 Essential fatty acids show all the characters except______.
110 Fatty acid contains:
111 In water, hydrophobic interactions of phospholipids are:
112 Liposomes are:
113 Glycerol is component of:
114 Oils are:
115 In contrast to eukaryotic mRNA, prokaryotic mRNA:
116 A sample of RNA is sequenced and found to contain 22% adenine. Which of the following conclusions can also be drawn about the sample?
117 For a protein molecule of 2000 amino acids, the mRNA will have a length of how many nucleotides?
118 Most abundant intracellular free nucleotide is:
119 RNA does not contain:
Conjugated molecules (glycolipids, glycoproteins)
Conjugated molecules (glycolipids, glycoproteins)
120 Lipoproteins rich in cholesterol are:
121 HDL is synthesized in:
122 Which of the following statement is not true for compounds like glycoprotein and glycolipids?
123 The basic framework structure of all types of membranes are:
124 Glycosphingolipid are made up of
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Out of syllabus
125 The oldest mineral discovered so far is which of the following, which dates back to 4.4 billion years:
126 Which of the following makes protective coatings around the plant organs
127 Which of the following is a water-soluble vitamin?
128 In DNA molecules, Adenine pairs with which of the following nucleic acid bases?
129 Nontoxic vitamins include which of the following?
130 Reactions in which simple substances are combined to form complex substances are called:
131 Which of the following is water soluble vitamin?
132 The number of water-soluble vitamins is:
1 Which of the following is a trace element?
2 In catabolic reaction ______ free the _______.
3 Which of the following is a chemical link between catabolism and anabolism?
4 Which one is the basic element found in all organic compounds?
5 Interconversion of carbohydrates, proteins and lipids in living cells are an example of:
6 How are high energy phosphate bonds broken down in ATP?
7 The branch of biology which deals with the study of chemical compounds and the chemical processes in the living organisms is called?
8 Reactions in which simple substances are combined to form complex substances are called?
9 Specific heat of vaporization of water is:
10 What percentage of water is found in brain cells?
11 The attraction between water molecules and cell wall of xylem is termed as:
12 In living organisms, the lubricant which provides protection against damage resulting from friction is?
13 The number of calories required to raise the temperature of lg of water from 15 to 16 °C is called?
14 Liposomes are:
15 Glycogen is an example of:
16 What percentage of glucose is normally found in human blood?
17 The covalent bond between two monosaccharide subunits is called?
18 Which of following cannot be hydrolyzed?
19 Animal starch is called:
20 It is not a monosaccharide:
21 Sucrose is present in:
22 It is ______________ is valuable for diabetic control.
23 Glycogen is most abundantly present in:
24 Which of the following is soluble in hot water?
25 Glucose is also called as:
26 Glycosidic bond is present between:
27 Which of the following is a trisaccharide?
28 Glycogen on hydrolysis gives:
29 Cellulose on hydrolysis yields:
30 Carbohydrate catabolism is concerned with the fate of:
31 A complex substance which on hydrolysis yields polyhydroxy aldehyde or ketone subunits is called?
32 Which one gives blue color?
33 To synthesis l0g of glucose, how much energy is essentially required?
34 Glycogen is present in all body except
35 Alpha 1-4 glycosidic linkage is present in:
36 The 5 carbon sugar present in the heart muscle is:
37 Which is true regarding open chain structure of glucose?
38 Rarely occurring monosaccharides observed in some bacteria is?
39 In the molecular formula Cx(H2O)y, the value of x ranges from?
40 How many monosaccharide units do oligosaccharides yield upon hydrolysis?
41 Which one of the following biomolecules is most abundant in animals?
42 This is non-reducing sugar:
43 What type of atom is carbon atom?
44 Which bond provides stability to complex carbohydrate molecule?
45 Which of the following constitute large organic molecules?
46 These are crystalline, water soluble, forming pyranose rings
47 When the glucose level in blood comes down, glucose is synthesized from ________.
48 Which are the most physiologically significant disaccharides?
49 Which of the following is the most complex sugar?
50 (CH2O)n is a general formula of:
51 The functional group that best represents ketoses is?
52 Unit of carbohydrate is:
53 Glycogen is present in all body except:
54 The smallest monosaccharide is:
55 Ribose is a monosaccharide constituent of many_______.
56 This amino acid not found in proteins is
57 The high content of which amino acid confers resistance, stability and insolubility to hairs, nails and skin:
58 Which structure of protein gives information about the folding of a protein?
59 The protein contains bonds:
60 Protein constitutes of what percentage of the total dry weight found in cells?
61 Which structural organization is most common in globular proteins?
62 An enzyme containing 2 chains of polypeptide has:
63 Word Protein is derived from:
64 Keratinized epithelium is present in:
65 Which of the molecules is formed by peptide bond?
66 Which of the following is not an amino acid?
67 What are the distinguishing features of fibrous proteins?
68 Avidin is a protein that:
69 The molecular basis of sickle cell anemia was found by:
70 What are the main distinguishing features of globular proteins?
71 Antibodies play important role against microorganisms and other pathogens to which type of proteins do they belong?
72 Proteins are the polymers of?
73 What type of protein is Fibrin?
74 The total number of amino acids that have been found in tissues and cells are?
75 What are the distinguishing features of fibrous proteins?
76 An insulin molecule is made up of how many polypeptide chains?
77 It is protein in nature:
78 In glycine, R group of amino acids is replaced by?
79 What type of bonding in proteins maintains the integrity of the helical secondary structure?
80 How many bond/s are in a dipeptide?
81 Vegetative source of protein:
82 Which structure of protein gives information about number and sequence of amino acids?
8 :3 Globular structure of protein is due to:
84 Most abundant protein in blood:
85 Abundant protein in human body:
86 Coagulated protein is:
87 How many types of amino acids form proteins in human body?
88 Proteins are polymers of:
89 Number of essential amino acids is?
90 Which of the following is important secondary structure in proteins?
91 Enzymes that are integral part of ribosomes are involved in the synthesis of which of the following molecules?
92 A fatty acid is composed of ______.
93 A compound produced as a result of a chemical reaction of an alcohol with an acid in which water molecule is released is called?
94 Serine is a component of:
95 Choline is component of:
96 Sterols are:
97 Steroid are naturally:
98 These are properties of lipids:
99 Fatty acids containing 18 C atoms and a single double bond are?
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