Laboratory Review 3 1. What kind of reaction adds water to break large biomolecules into subunits? 2. What kind of protein is lactase, the biomolecule that speeds up the b reakdown of lactose? 3. What kind of bond forms during a dehydration synthesis reaction involving two acids? 4. If maltose undergoes hydrolysis, what subunits result? 5. As what molecule do plants store glucose? 6. If starch is present, what color will the iodine turn? 7. If a solution contains a large amount of glucose, what color will the Benedict's reagent become? 8. What kinds of biomolecules are in 9. If two fatty acids, glycerol, and a phosphate group undergo a dehydration soluble in water but soluble in alcohol or ether? what biomolecule forms? 10. What is the name used for plant fats? 11. What must be present to successfully break down fats during digestion? 12. If you test an unknown substance with the biuret reagent and it turns purple, what is present? 13. If you test a sample of potato with the biuret reagent, what do you expect the results to be? 14. If you want to test a sample to see if glucose is present, what reagent should you use? Thought Questions 15. If amylase is added to a sample of potato and you test it with Benedict's reagent 10 minutes later, what do you expect the results of the test to be? Justify your reply. 16. After enjoying a meal of fish and chips, you notice your shirt has an oily stain on it. Why won't the oily stain come out when you dab at it with just water? 17. If the sample of water you test with biuret reagent turns purple, what should you conclude about the results of your experiment? Explain.

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Laboratory Review 3
1. What kind of reaction adds water to break large biomolecules into subunits?
2. What kind of protein is lactase, the biomolecule that speeds up the b
reakdown of lactose?
3. What kind of bond forms during a dehydration synthesis reaction involving two
acids?
4. If maltose undergoes hydrolysis, what subunits result?
5. As what molecule do plants store glucose?
6. If starch is present, what color will the iodine turn?
7. If a solution contains a large amount of glucose, what color will the Benedict's reagent
become?
8. What kinds of biomolecules are in
9. If two fatty acids, glycerol, and a phosphate group undergo a dehydration
soluble in water but soluble in alcohol or ether?
what biomolecule forms?
10. What is the name used for plant fats?
11. What must be present to successfully break down fats during digestion?
12. If you test an unknown substance with the biuret reagent and it turns purple, what is
present?
13. If you test a sample of potato with the biuret reagent, what do you expect the results to be?
14. If you want to test a sample to see if glucose is present, what reagent should you use?
Thought Questions
15. If amylase is added to a sample of potato and you test it with Benedict's reagent 10 minutes later, what do you
expect the results of the test to be? Justify your reply.
16. After enjoying a meal of fish and chips, you notice your shirt has an oily stain on it. Why won't the oily stain
come out when you dab at it with just water?
17. If the sample of water you test with biuret reagent turns purple, what should you conclude about the results of
your experiment? Explain.
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Laboratory Review 3 1. What kind of reaction adds water to break large biomolecules into subunits? 2. What kind of protein is lactase, the biomolecule that speeds up the b reakdown of lactose? 3. What kind of bond forms during a dehydration synthesis reaction involving two acids? 4. If maltose undergoes hydrolysis, what subunits result? 5. As what molecule do plants store glucose? 6. If starch is present, what color will the iodine turn? 7. If a solution contains a large amount of glucose, what color will the Benedict's reagent become? 8. What kinds of biomolecules are in 9. If two fatty acids, glycerol, and a phosphate group undergo a dehydration soluble in water but soluble in alcohol or ether? what biomolecule forms? 10. What is the name used for plant fats? 11. What must be present to successfully break down fats during digestion? 12. If you test an unknown substance with the biuret reagent and it turns purple, what is present? 13. If you test a sample of potato with the biuret reagent, what do you expect the results to be? 14. If you want to test a sample to see if glucose is present, what reagent should you use? Thought Questions 15. If amylase is added to a sample of potato and you test it with Benedict's reagent 10 minutes later, what do you expect the results of the test to be? Justify your reply. 16. After enjoying a meal of fish and chips, you notice your shirt has an oily stain on it. Why won't the oily stain come out when you dab at it with just water? 17. If the sample of water you test with biuret reagent turns purple, what should you conclude about the results of your experiment? Explain.

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