IB Biology - Chemistry of Life

Random Science or biology Quiz

Can you name the IB Biology - Chemistry of Life?

Quiz not verified by Sporcle

 plays        
How to Play
QuestionAnswer
A structural change in a protein that results in the loss of its biological properties is called _____.
Guanine binds to _____?
The process going from DNA to mRNA is called?
Cellulose is a kind of _____saccharide?
This element is the main cation in cytoplasm?
A globular protein that acts to catalyse a chemical reaction is called a/an _____?
RNA has Uracil instead of _____?
Anaerobic respiration occurs in the _____?
Name one factor that affects the rate of reaction at which an enzyme works.
There are ___ different amino acids?
A triplet of mRNA bases is called a _____?
DNA is short for _____?
Another word for 'sugars' is?
We add water to generate this type of reaction?
This element is an essential component of amino acids?
This kind of bonding occurs between water molecules?
A variable R group is an element in this organic compound?
This enzyme separates the two DNA strands?
Photosynthesis is the “plant form” of respiration, correct or incorrect?
There are three important properties of water: cohesive, thermal, and _____?
QuestionAnswer
_____ is the process of making polypeptides.
A one-peptide protein is called a/an _____?
An acid group (COOH) is part of this organic compound?
The genetic code is described as being _____ and universal.
This process is the splitting of water into hydrogen and oxygen via light energy.
The pigment used in photosynthesis is called _____?
A ribesome binds to the mRNA in this process?
The organic bases in DNA bind together with a _____ bond.
Glycolysis produces how many molecule(s) of ATP per glucose?
A _____ binds to an enzyme's active site.
The process of joining two amino acids into a dipeptide is called _____?
This important elements can be found in haemoglobin?
This process occurs in a 5’ to 3’ direction?
Aerobic respiration occurs in the _____?
Ribose is a kind of _____?
The four most common elements in living organisms are carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and _____?
17kJ of energy, per gram, is stored in this compound?
_____ is the main cation in extracellular fluid.
The three main functions of a lipid is energy storage, thermal insulation and _____?

Friend Scores


  Player Best Score Plays Last Played
You You haven't played this game yet.

You Might Also Like...

Extras

Created Nov 28, 2011ReportNominate
Tags:biology, chemistry, life