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Biology/Life Science MCQ 004 for UGC CSIR JRF/NET, ICMR JRF, DBT JRF, GATE, ICAR NET examination Biochemistry: Carbohydrates Part 3 by Easybiologyclass

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Biochemistry: Carbohydrates Part 3 (MCQ)
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Biology/Life Science MCQ 004 for UGC CSIR JRF/NET, ICMR JRF, DBT JRF, GATE, ICAR NET examination Biochemistry: Carbohydrates Part 3 by Easybiologyclass

  1. 1. Save paper… Save trees… For more Questions and Resources for your CSIR/ICMR/DBT/ICAR/UGC/JRF NET Life Science Examination please visit: www.easybiologyclass.com 1 UGC CSIR JRF/NET, ICMR JRF, DBT JRF, GATE, ICAR NET Life Sciences Model Questions (MCQ) 004 Model Question Paper Biochemistry: Carbohydrates Part 3 (MCQ) 1. Which of the following is an example for a trisaccharide? a. Verbascose b. Stachyose c. Raffinose d. Sucralose 2. Chrysolaminarin is ________. a. A storage polysaccharide of green algae b. A storage polysaccharide of brown algae c. A storage polysaccharide of red algae d. A storage polysaccharide of diatoms 3. Which of the following is an example for an artificial sweetener of saccharide origin? a. Sucralose b. Saccharin c. Stachyose d. All of these 4. In a chemical reaction ‘X’ is able to convert Cu2+ ions to Cu+ ions. If ‘X’ is a carbohydrate, which of the following best explains to be the ‘X’? a. ‘X’ is a reducing sugar b. ‘X’ is a non‐reducing sugar c. ‘X’ is a monosaccharide d. Both (a) and (b) e. Both (b) and (c) 5. Which of the following is a reducing sugar? a. Glucose in closed ring form b. Glucose in open chain form c. Sucrose 6. D‐glucose reacts with molecular oxygen (O2) in the presence of the enzyme glucose oxidase to form D‐glucono‐δ‐lactone and ___________. a. H2O w w w .easybiologyclass.com
  2. 2. Save paper… Save trees…   For more Questions and Resources for your CSIR/ICMR/DBT/ICAR/UGC/JRF NET Life Science Examination please visit: www.easybiologyclass.com 2   b. H2O2 c. H2 d. O3 7. Most prominent carbohydrate component of hemicellulose is a. Pectin b. Arabinose c. Arabinoxylan d. Suberin 8. Which of the following is an example for heteropolysaccharide? a. Hyaluronic acid b. Gelatin c. Glycogen d. Both (a) and (b) 9. Glucose on oxidation with bromine water forms a. Glucuronic acid b. Glucosaccharic acid c. Gluconic acid d. Mannose 10. Dextrin is a branched bacterial homo polysaccharide of ________ linked D‐glucose with ______ branches. a. α‐1 – 6 and α‐1 – 3 b. β‐1 – 6 and β‐1 – 3 c. β‐1 – 6 and α‐1 – 3 d. α‐1 – 6 and β‐1 – 3 11. Laminarin is_____ a. A storage polysaccharide of red algae b. A storage polysaccharide of brown algae c. A structural polysaccharide of red algae d. A structural polysaccharide of brown algae 12. Which of the following statements are true about agarose? A. It is a branched polysaccharide B. It is a linear polysaccharide C. It is made up of arabinose D. Agarose is one of the principal components of agar E. Agar is obtained from green algae a. A, B and C b. B, C and D c. C, D and E w w w .easybiologyclass.com
  3. 3. Save paper… Save trees…   For more Questions and Resources for your CSIR/ICMR/DBT/ICAR/UGC/JRF NET Life Science Examination please visit: www.easybiologyclass.com 3   d. D, E and A 13. Caramelization of sucrose yields a. Glucose b. Fructose c. Glucose and Fructose d. Charcoal 14. Which of the following reaction is called Maillard reaction” a. Reaction between amino group and hydroxyl group b. Reaction between amino group and keto group c. Reaction between amino group and aldehyde group d. Reaction between amino group and carboxylic group 15. Bial’s test is used to detect the presence of _____ a. Triose b. Tetrose c. Pentose d. Hexose 16. Which of the following animal possess cellulose? a. Coelenterates b. Sponges c. Tunicates d. Protozoans 17. Glucose residues in amylose are linked by a. α 1 – 4 b. β 1 – 4 c. α 1 – 6 d. β 1 – 6 18. Chitin is a_______ a. Homopolysaccharide of N acetyl glucosamine b. Heteropolysaccharide of N acetyl glucosamine and N acetyl muramic acid c. A complex polymer of many sugars d. A branched homopolysaccharide of N acetyl glucosamine 19. The branch points of amylopectin are connected by a. α 1 – 4 b. β 1 – 4 c. α 1 – 6 d. β 1 – 6 20. Which of the following is an example for homopolysaccharide? a. Cellulose w w w .easybiologyclass.com
  4. 4. Save paper… Save trees…   For more Questions and Resources for your CSIR/ICMR/DBT/ICAR/UGC/JRF NET Life Science Examination please visit: www.easybiologyclass.com 4   b. Starch c. Glycogen d. All of these For correct answers and explanations, click the link below…. http://www.easybiologyclass.com/biology‐mcq‐multiple‐choice‐questions/ Visit www.easybiologyclass.com for more… @@@@@@@@@@@@@@ w w w .easybiologyclass.com

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