BIO311-HMW1 - Biology 311 Spring 2016 Homework Assignment#1...

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Biology 311 Spring 2016 Homework Assignment #1 A single hard copy of your group’s responses is due at the beginning of next week’s recitation -No emailed copies accepted! Recitation groups will, at random, be asked to present answers to any ONE (1) of the questions below. Thus, when working with your group during the week on these questions, you will need to answer ALL questions and then turn in ONE set of answers per group (make sure all group members’ names are on the submitted set of answers!). When your group presents the three randomly chosen questions you will be scored as follows PER question: 3 points = correct answer, answer explained clearly; 2 point = correct answer, explanation not as clear as it should be or some facts incorrect; 0-1 points = answer incorrect. Your group’s submitted answers will also be graded and returned to you the following week. Multiple choice: for each question, indicate which ONE choice can be used to answer the question correctly. You must also discuss why the chosen answer is correct AND why the other choices are incorrect 1. Which ONE of the following is NOT an example of post-translational regulation of an enzyme’s activity? A. Proteolysis B. Covalent modification C. Regulation of gene transcription - this has no effect on enzymes that have already been created through translation. Will only prevent new enzymes from being formed. D. Allosteric regulation
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