MCQ of Biomolecules | Multiple Choice Questions of Biomolecules
MCQ of Biomolecules
Question 1: Cellulose is a
- None of these
Answer: D (None of these)
Question 2: Which of the following is an example of aldopentose?
Answer: A (D-Ribose)
Question 3: Glycosidic linkage is an
- Amide linkage
- Ester linkage
- Ether linkage
- Acetyl linkage
Answer: C (Ether linkage)
Question 4: Which of the following statement is not true?
- Glucose and fructose both are monosaccharides
- The natural glucose and fructose are D-forms.
- The solution having equal molecules of D-glucose and D-fructose is termed as invert sugar.
- Aldohexoses exist in 26 optical forms.
Answer: D ( Aldohexoses exist in 26 optical forms)
Question 5: How many C atoms are there in a pyranose ring?
Answer: B (5)
Question 6: Starch is composed of two polysaccharides which are
- Amyloceptin and Glycogen
- Amylose and Glycogen
- Amylose and Amyloceptin
- Cellulose and Glycogen
Answer: C (Amylose and Amyloceptin)
Question 7: Which one of the amino acids can be synthesised in the body?
Answer: A (Alanine)
Question 8: The number of amino acids required for protein synthesis is
Answer: A (20)
Question 9: In Fibrous proteins, the polypeptide chains are held together by
- Van der Waals forces
- Electrostatic forces of attraction
- Hydrogen bonds
- Covalent bonds
Answer: C (Hydrogen bonds)
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Question 10: Primary structure of protein is
- Sequence in which α amino acids are linked to one another
- Sequence in which amino acids of one polypeptide chain are joined to another chain
- The folding patterns of polypeptide chains
- The pattern in which the polypeptide chains are arranged
Answer: A (Sequence in which α amino acids are linked to one another)
Question 11: Secondary structure of protein refers to
- Sequence of amino acids in polypeptide chains
- Bonds between alternate polypeptide chains
- Folding patterns of polypeptide chain
- Bonding between NH3+ and COO¯ of two peptides.
Answer: C (Folding pattern of polypeptide chain)
Question 12: Denaturation of protein leads to loss of its biological activity by
- Formation of amino acids
- Loss of primary structure
- Loss of both primary and secondary structures
- Loss of both secondary and tertiary structures
Answer: D (Loss of both secondary and tertiary structures)
Question 13: On boiling the egg, what structural changes are taking place in the egg white?
- The colour of the egg changes from colourless to white
- 2º and 3º structures are destroyed but primary structure remain intact.
- 1º, 2º and 3º structures of egg are destroyed.
- A reversible change take place which can be reversed by decreasing the temperature.
Answer: B (2º and 3º structures are destroyed but primary structure remain intact)
Question 14: Which of the following bases is not present in DNA ?
Answer: B (Uracil)
Question 15: The two main differences between RNA and DNA are
- Ribose sugar and thymine in RNA
- Deoxyribose sugar and uracil in DNA
- Ribose sugar and uracil in RNA
- Deoxyribose sugar and guanine in DNA
Answer: C (Ribose sugar and uracil in RNA)
Question 16: In a protein molecule various amino acids are linked together by
- Peptide bond
- Dative bond
- α-Glycosidic bond
- β-Glycosidic bond
Answer: A (Peptide bond)
Question 18: Which of the following statement is not true about RNA?
- It is present in the nucleus of the cell.
- It has always double stranded α- helix structure.
- It controls the synthesis of protein
- It usually does not replicate
Answer: B ( It has always double stranded α- helix structure )
Question 19: Which of the following reaction of glucose can be explained only by its cyclic structure?
- Glucose forms pentaacetate
- Glucose reacts with hydroxylamine to form an oxime
- Pentaacetate of glucose does not react with hydroxylamine
- Glucose is oxidised by nitric acid to gluconic acid
Answer: C ( Pentaacetate of glucose does not react with hydroxylamine )
Question 20: A unit in nucleic acid which contains ‘base sugar phosphate’ unit is called
Answer: A (Nucleotide)
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