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Activity 3: Macromolecules Matching

Directions: For each of the following pictures, words, or phrases, indicate if it refers to carbohydrates
(C), lipids (L), proteins (P), or nucleic acids (NA)
Example: sugar C
Starch ___

Fatty acids ___

Energy source ___

Oils ___

Glucose ___

Structure ___

Monosaccharide ___

Nucleotide ___

Glycogen ___

Fats ___

Enzymes ___

Glucose ___

DNA ___

Glycogen ___

Amino acids ___

Energy storage ___

RNA ___

Insulation ___

Speed up reactions ___

Activity 4: Analogies
Directions:
1. Determine the relationship between the first two underlined terms.
2. Fill in the last blank so there is the same relationship between the last two underlined terms
as there is between the first two
Example: Carbohydrate is to sugars and starches, as lipid is to fats and oils.
1. Monosaccharide is to carbohydrate, as nucleotide is to ______________________.

2. Monosaccharide is to carbohydrate, as fatty acid is to _______________________.

3. Monosaccharide is to carbohydrate, as amino acid is to ______________________.

4. Carbohydrate is to monosaccharide, as nucleic acid is to _____________________.

5. Lipids are to fatty acids, as proteins are to _________________________________.

6. Nucleotide is to DNA, as monosaccharide is to _____________________________.

7. Carbohydrates are to energy source, as lipids are to ________________________.

8. Proteins are to enzymes, as nucleic acids are to ___________ and ____________.

9. Proteins are to amino acids, as carbohydrates are _________________________.

Activity 5: RAFT
Role = Macromolecules
Audience = Other Macromolecules
Form = Dialogue between the four types of macromolecules - a carbohydrate, a lipid, a
protein, and a nucleic acid (you can write this on the lines below or use the blank page to create
a comic strip)
Topic = The macromolecules are arguing over who is the best and the most important for living
things. In the dialogue, they also talk about what they are made of and what they look like!
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HW 29: pH
Name ________________________

Biology I
Date ____________________

Directions: Label the pH scale below with the following words: acid, neutral, base

Directions: Fill in the last column by determining if the items are acidic, basic, or neutral
Item
pH value
Acidic, Basic, or Neutral?
Lemon juice
2
Baking soda
8
Coffee
5
Ammonia
11
Orange juice
3
Vinegar
4
Water
7
Bleach
10
Tomato juice
3
Oven cleaner
11
Saliva (spit)
7
Drain cleaner
13
Sweat
7
1. Give 3 examples of acids:
2. Give 3 examples of bases:
3. Give 3 examples of neutral substances:
4. What types of items seem to be acidic?
5. What types of items seem to be basic?
6. What types of items are neutral?