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Biology311-Homework2 - Biology 311 Spring 2016 Homework...

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Biology 311 Spring 2016 Homework Assignment #2 A single hardcopy of your group’s responses is due at the beginning of next week’s recitation—No emailed copies accepted! Please staple your answer sheets together. For your written responses, you must also DISCUSS WHY the chosen answer is correct AND why the other choices are incorrect. Points will be deducted, otherwise. I realize that some questions are less well suited to this rule and will be considered on a case-by-case basis by me. 1. High-energy compounds, such as 1,3-bisphosphoglycerate and phosphoenol pyruvate, have relatively ______________ phosphate transfer potential with _________ standard free energy change values. A) high; negative B) low; negative C) positive; high D) negative; low E) zero; negative 2. In metabolism , ATP hydrolysis typically involves A) Simple hydrolysis in which the released inorganic phosphate is not a reactant B) formation of a phospho-substrate intermediate ...The answer is not A b/c simple hydrolysis is for muscle contractions and protein conformation C) an input of energy… release of energy not input D) production of light energy E) none of the above
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