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Unformatted text preview: d. raising the temperature of the cell by 20 o C or more. 5. (4 pts) Allosteric molecules regulate enzyme activity by a. changing the enzyme’s shape. b. permanently destroying the enzyme. c. forming covalent bonds at the active site. d. all of the above. 6. (4 pts) The electron excited in photosystem II are used to produce a. glycogen. b. ATP. c. NADH. d. NADPH. CH375 Introduction to Biology 2007-2 Cadet _____________________________ 30 point quiz No. 4 I hour 7. (4 pts) The electron excited in photosystem I are used to produce a. glycogen. b. ATP. c. NADH. d. NADPH. 8. (2 pts) In which organelle does photosynthesis occur? Chloroplast Extra credit (3 points). What is one difference between allosteric regulation of enzyme activity and phosphorylation? Requires and enzyme to add and remove. Longer lasting but slower. Extra credit (2 pts) What compound were you assigned for your enrichment culture?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2008 for the course CH 375 taught by Professor Eslinger during the Fall '08 term at West Point.
- Fall '08