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2005.03.22 Exam II - Name 1 General Biochemistry...

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1 Name: ____________________ General Biochemistry Examination II Tuesday, March 22 nd , 2005 4:00-6:00 PM ! Put your name and identification number on the answer sheet. ! Mark only one answer for each question on the answer sheet. ! Use only the pencil provided for the examination. ! Do not fold or bend the answer sheet. ! Make sure you have ??? question pages. ! Read each question carefully. 1. Regarding malonyl CoA, all of the following statements are correct except A. It is synthesized by a mitochondrial enzyme B. It inhibits entry of long chain fatty acids into the mitochondria C. It is synthesized by a biotin containing enzyme D. It is synthesized from acetyl CoA E. Its synthesis is enhanced by high ATP/AMP 2. How many ATPs can be generated in each cycle of beta-oxidation of a saturated fatty acid (eg from stearoyl CoA to palmitoyl CoA)? 3. The cofactor for the redox steps of fatty acid biosynthesis is 1. NADH 2. NADPH 3. FADH 2 4. Ascorbate 4. In comparing fatty acid biosynthesis and beta-oxidation, all of the following statements are true except
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2 5. The glycerol backbone of triacylglycerides is derived from A. Glucose B. Lactose C. Citrate D. Acetyl CoA E. Acetoacetate 6. Which are involved in absorption and digestion of lipids from the diet? 1. Lipoprotein lipase 2. .Hormone sensitive lipase 3. Pancreatic Lipase 4. Chylomicrons 5. LDL 7. Which of the following steps in fatty acid degradation requires energy? For questions 8-11. Match: (choices may be used more than once) A. Carnitine B. Beta-hydroxybutyrate C. Citrate D. Fatty acid synthase E. Acetyl CoA carboxylase F. Palmitic acid G. Malonyl CoA H. FADH I. NADH J. NADPH K. Thiokinase
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