Final Exam 2008

Final Exam 2008 - Name Student # BCHM 2024 Final...

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Name Student # BCHM 2024 Final Examination, May, 2008 1. The major electronegative atoms in functional groups of biologically important molecules are: A. Chlorine and fluorine D. Nitrogen and carbon B. Hydrogen and carbon E. Nitrogen and oxygen C. Hydrogen and oxygen F. Sulfur and carbon 2. Fatty acids dispersed in a buffer at pH 7.0 form: A. Fluid mosaic membranes D. Monolayers B. Liposomes E. Endosomes C. Micelles F. None of the above 3. Phospholipids dispersed as in question # 2 form which of the structures listed as choices for question # 2? B Use the following choices to answer questions 4 through 10: A. Zero D. 3 G. 8 B. 1 E. 4 H. 10 C. 2 F. 6 4. Complete aerobic catabolism of one mole of glucose to carbon dioxide and water results in reduction of how many moles of NAD + ? H 5. Complete aerobic oxidation of one mole of glucose to carbon dioxide and water results in reduction of how many moles of FAD? C 6. How many moles of GTP are formed from GDP plus inorganic phosphate upon complete aerobic oxidation of one mole of glucose? C 7. How many moles of carbon dioxide are released upon complete aerobic oxidation of one mole of glucose? F 8. The net gain of ATP when one mole of glucose is converted to pyruvate is? C
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2008 for the course BCHM 2024 taught by Professor Keenan during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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