Energy QuizSchedule: After deadline. Ended 09/12/2016 12:01 AM EDTAttempt 1 of 2Started: 09/06/2016 2:51 PM EDTSubmitted: 09/06/2016 3:11 PM EDTScore: 100%Points: 100 out of 100 Question 1Points: 10 out of 10A cell in your pancreas is synthesizing human insulin protein by joining together amino acids. What input do you think this reaction requires?None of these choices. WaterCarbon dioxide ATP FeedbackCorrect! This is an anabolic reaction and requires energy from ATP, which binds to the enzymes involved, catalyzing the process.
Question 2Points: 10 out of 10ATP is formed from ADP by the addition of _____ to ADP.waterphosphate sodium ionsphotonsFeedbackCorrectQuestion 3Points: 10 out of 10Energy is released whenATP is converted to ADP and Pi.ADP and Pi are joined to form ATP.Feedback
Correct. ATP is high in energy particularly because of the unstable bond with the third phosphate group. When this bond is broken, energy is released: ADP and P are lower in energy than the ATP they replace.Question 4Points: 10 out of 10Which of the following options best describes how energy flows through a consumer? organic molecules →anabolic reactions →ATP →catabolic reactionsinorganic molecules →ATP →organic molecules →anabolic reactions and other cellular workorganic molecules →catabolic reactions →ATP →anabolic reactions and other cellular workATP →anabolic reactions →organic molecules →catabolic reactions →anabolic reactions and other cellular workFeedbackCorrect. ATP transfers energy from specific catabolic reactions to anabolic reactions and other work. Question 5Points: 10 out of 10
True or False: If its phosphate groups were uncharged, ATP would not be especially high in energy compared to ADP TrueFalseFeedbackCorrect, ATP is a high energy compound because its formation requires like charges to be brought close together. If the phosphates were uncharged, much less energy would be required.Question 6Points: 10 out of 10What type of energy cannot be used by living organisms to do work?HeatPotential energyLight energyKinetic energyFeedback
Yes! Heat is a low-quality energy that cannot be used to do work.Question 7Points: 10 out of 10Select whether 'forming a peptide bond between amino acids to make protein' is an example of a catabolic or anabolic proess.CatabolicAnabolicFeedbackCorrect, since this process makes larger molecule from smaller components, it is anabolic.Question 8Points: 10 out of 10Animals create energy by converting glucose to ATP during cellular respiration: true or false?FalseTrueFeedbackCorrect. Animals convert the chemical energy in glucose to another from of chemical energy, ATP.
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