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What is it called when a portion of a molecule is negative and another portion is positive?
What type of charge does the oxygen portion of a water molecule have?
What type of charge does the hydrogen portion of a water molecule have?
What is it called when water sticks to a different molecule?
What is another word for surface tension?
What is the body’s ability to keep a constant environment called?
What is the entire mixture called when one substance mixes and dissolves in another?
In a solution, what is the substance that dissolves?
In a solution, what is the substance that causes another to dissolve?
What is the scale that measure the hydrogen ions of a solution?
In general, molecules that are based on carbon are called?
In general, what are smaller molecules called that can combine to form larger molecules?
In general, what are the larger molecules called that are formed from smaller molecules?
Which organic molecules contain C, H, O in a 1:2:1 ratio?
Which monomer is a simple sugar?
Which polymer is made from simple sugars?
Which plant polysaccharide is stored in the form of sugar for later energy use?
Which animal polysaccharide is stored in the liver and muscles for later use?
Which plant polysaccharide makes up the tough cell wall of plants?
Which organic molecule is made of glycerol and fatty acids?
Which lipids tend to have much more hydrogen atoms and are solid at room temperatures?
Which lipids tend to have much less hydrogen atoms and are liquid at room temperatures?
Which polymer is made up of amino acids?
Which monomer makes up polypeptides?
Which part of an amino acid is the COOH group of molecules?
Which part of an amino acid is different for all 20 amino acids?
Which proteins are used to lower the energy required to start a chemical reaction?