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bisc300-03final - BISCEDDL Final Exam lEIlEfUE MULTIPLE...

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Unformatted text preview: BISCEDDL Final Exam lEIlEfUE MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIDHE: CIRCLE THE LETTER OF THE ONE BEST ANSWER. OTHER ANSWERS SHOULD EASILY FIT IN THE SPACES PREVIDED. YOUR FULL NAME OR SOC SEC NO: Page Questinnfi Pt5 2 1—2 5 .5 5—5 5 4 5h11 12.5 5 12—15 5.5 5 15-15 5 1 15—22 1 5 23 5 5 24 5 _____f__ lu 25 15 11 25 1 12 21555 5 15 51-35 5 14 5—35 1 TOTAL 100 BISCEEIIDL. Final Exam. [$1303. p. 1 of I4. _ Du nol 113! more answers than the numb-er requcsisd. Your name. initials. er logo. 1} Wastewater Treatment. [2 points total} Name and briefly describe the two overall purposes for treating wastewater. 2} Antibiotic resistance. {3 points} a patient is in the hospital being treated.for an infection. It is determined that the infection is caused by two different bacteria, a Gramwpositive bacterium resistant to vancomycin and a Gramnnegative bacterium resistant to tetracycline. after several days of antibiotic therapy, the Gram-negative organism is now resistant to both drugs. How could this happen? Include details of a possible mechanism in your answer. EEC-EDD}... Fine] Exam. 12! IEECB. p. 3 of 14. Do not list more answers than the number requested. Your name, initials. or logo. 3. :1 pt} What kind of meetomoleeule is diphtheria toxin? A. DNA B. Lipopolysaocharide Polysaocharide Protein {TIL—JD . RNA 4. {1 pet What kind of maeromoleoule is the target of diphtheria toxin? A. DNA E. Lipopolysaooharide .C. Polysaooharide D. Protein E. RNA o. #1 Ft? The name of the target of diphtheria toxin is E. 1i Ft: The target of diphtheria toxin is directly involved in: A. Cell-to-cell signaling 5. DNA replication B. DNA repair D. Transcription E+ Translation 1. :1 pt} what does diphtheria toxin do to its target? A. It HDEerihosylates it. B It binds nonoovalently to it. C It dephosohoryletes it. D. It hydrolyzes (cleaves! iL+ E it oxidizes it. r1] It Lransloeates it. B. [1 pt total] ta} [9.5 pti The action of diphtheria toxin involves a small molecule named [AEEREVIATIGN UK}. {hi tfl.5 pt} What is the role of that small molecule? BISCSGULFinfll Exam. HERMES. [1.4 of 14. Do not lisl mun: answers than the number requested. Your name. initials‘ fli‘ logo. 9. (3.5 ptfl tfltai, 0.5 pt per entry: Fill in the first :qlumn of the table. Your answers must be spelled enrrectly or nearly cerrectly. De net give “B cell“ for the first entry. Do nut uee abbreviations. BLOOS CELL FUNCTION GR DESCRIPTIGN Granuincytfl having a nucleua with 3 to 5 lnbes Immediate precursor 0f platelets Immediate precursnr Df.macrnphages Bland clotting 1U. {4 9:5] List the 4 Higna or sympzams of the Lnflammatnry reapnnse (Latin UK] . ll. [5 pts} List 5 anatomical defenses :“1“ Line of Defense”] other than -nermal flare. BISCSGDL. Final Exam. 12:12:03. 11.5 of I4. Do not list more answers than the number requested. Your name. initials. or logo. l2. [4.5 pts total. fl.25 pt per entryl. Fill in the table. List the anatomical sites where normal flora (normal microbiotal virtually always occur in healthy adults and list one example of normal flora per site. Give the full scientific name or the genus name as done in the picture of a lady tFig. 26.13 of the textbook. Your answers must .he spelled and Earmatted correctly. ANATDMICAL SITE NORMAL FLORA 13. :1 pt] Shade the constant reqioniel of this Ig molecule: 14. [1 pt] Shade the variable regiontsl of this lg molecule: BISCHflflL. Final Exam- IEHEME. p, f; 3f 14. Do not list more answers than the number requested. Your namfi. initials".1 or logo. 15, (1 pt}, Shade the heavy chaints} of this 19 molecule: 16. {1 pt? Shade the light ohainflfi? of this 1g molecule: 1?. l2 ptal Heatly draw stripes to Show where all of the CURE of this Ig molecule are located [one stripe per CDR]. NamEfnumher each CUR properly. 1%. {3 pte: At the base of each arrow, write the AEEREVIAEIDH, properly formatted, for each part of the fg molecule. EI'SCBGEIL. Final Exam. IEIIEMB. p. T of 14. Do not list more answers than the number requested. Your name. initials. or logo. 19- {2.5 pts} List the classes [isotypesi of lo and the name of the heavy chain for each; CLASS {ISOTYPEJ HEAVY CHAIN 20. £2.5 pts total: :ai (1 pt] Give the three—letLEr abbreviation for the antibody class tisbtype] shown here. Your answer must be properly formatted in order to receive credit. {bi {0.5 pt] The name of this protein subunit is lei :1 pt} The number of antigen-binding pockets {sites} in this To {the whole thing: is 21. [1 pt] Give the three—letter abbreviation for the antibody elass tisotype: that is most abundant in serum and crosses the placenta. Your answer must be properly formatted in order to receive credit. 22. i1 pt: Give the three—letter abbreviation for the antibody elass iisotype} that is most important in hypersensitivity tallergyJ. Your answer must be property formatted in order to receiva oredit. BISCSDDL. Fina] Exam. [313%. p. B of 14. Do not list more answers than the number mguesled. Your name. initials. or logo. 23. {9 pta totali 1}“.- .Tf'ar 'iii n' .rI-J ."l i s r .r j =- L. {a1 :3 pte} Clearly label the 3 cleavage products in the figure. {hi i1 pt} Cleavage oooure preferentially in the {ONE WDRfl] region of the Ig. ioi i1 pt] Briefly explain why cleavage occurs preferentially in that region. id: :4 pte} Describe THO different functions of the noneshaded {lowermost} cleavage product. {Your answers can apply to leotypee other than the one depic ted . J- BISCSUflL. Fins] Exam. IEJIEIDE. p. 9 of 14. Do not Eisi more answers than the number requested. Your name, initials. or logo. nucteua 24. #9 pts total} @ C This figure illustrates an E} important part of our immune system. A and E are strains of the species Streptococcus pneumoniae. @As‘ i] fiP-i’@—i .—> / A H; D F' is} [I pti Judging by the shape of its nucleus. C is a {ENE MORE; NOT AN RBBREUIATEDNE. in} il pti n is s none nose]. It} {1 pti E is a (one none]. {a} {1 pt: F is a toss nonsi. {e} {1 pt: which is true? A. Strain A is avirulent, whereas strain E is virulent. E. Strain h is virulent, whereas strain E is auirulent. {f} {2 pts: Briefly explain why C interacts with Strain A, but not Strain E. {g} {2 ptEl C would interact with B, if the animal had previously survived an infection with B. Why is that the case? What surface molecule of C is important for that fact? BISCEfiflL. Final Exam. [Efiflffll 11. ID [if I4. De not list mere ensurers Ihan the number requested. Your name, initials. er iege. 25. ill] pta totalll flrrl'ijan ‘Fffijmzni' (peptlde'i tel [l pti What type of cell is A? (He epeeiEie.i (hi [1 pti What type of cell is B? (Be epetificJ tel [1 pt] C is the {NOT AN ABEREVIATIDNJ _ [CH (2 pts} D is afan cleSE molecule iAEBRE‘JiATIflNS OK] . iei (1 pt] E is (fl :1 pt] F is fig: :3 ptel What will A new do to E? Be as specific as you can about the mechanism and meleeulee involved. EISCEDDL. Final. Exam. 12Il2ffl3. p. 1| cf 14. Dc not 1151 more answers than the: number rcqucslcd. Your name. initials, or lngn. 25. {1' pts total: {a} {l ptll What type of cell is 1? [Be specific.) tb} [2 pta] B is afar: class molecule [ABBREVIATIONS UH] _ {Gil :1 pt} :2 is . {d3 13 pts: What will 1!. mm; dc tc the virus—infected cell? Be as specific as ycu can abcuL the mechanisms: and the mclaculets} involved. 315C309]... Final Exam. 123121113. 9. 12 of 14. Do not list more anewers than the number requested. Your name+ initials, or logo. 21". [1 pt: You were not shown [lithl‘fmetl this before, but you can figure . it out. The object depicted at 5 right is specific for: A. Aerobic respiration B. Earhon fixation E. Iron respiration D. Molybdenum respiration E. Nitrogen fixation F. Photosynthesis '23. (1 pt] What enzyme or enzyme complex uses the molecule shown at right? H1: 25. [1 pt: What ishabhrevietion for the molecule shown at right? havfieclfrcrifl (EJELTVHE)- BE. :3 ptsj Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? “All free energy consumed by living things arises from solar energy that is trapped by the process of photosynthesis.” Exglein your answer. BISCHGGL. Final Exam. 131303. 1:. 13 ul‘ 14. Do not list more answers than Lhe number requested. Your name. initials. or isgs. 31+ H pt} What is the name of the pathway CHfi3C} shown here?‘ I fl -ooc—e—oI-I rU—I | C—‘T—FD _ I rTsro® H—c—oH | 32. :2 Pts} wear Ili=0 metre?)- enzymes are uniqua to 4 this pathway? H—‘i—mi (Abbreviations DKJ H—C—CJ'H Indicate en the figure 1 where each unique CHJU® ens e acts. {II-[10 1!“ ijulnssr‘Jj-bflyhnsphatn | ‘ ® 5 Ho—C—H thulnsefirphosphale 33. :1 Pt} Circle the \ ”m" 3-Fhos pheg1ycerate II I1 payoff DE the Sugarrcarrnngenmnt: _ pat hway . 1.3~E|£F11Lesplloglyi rate NADFH Chg-coraldehyde—fi-phosPI-uate 341. {1 pt: What term firmer:- applies to any HADP+' organism that can carry out this pathway? 35. E2 pts total: This question concerns the microorganism the: has been used to make bread, wine.r and beer for thousands of years. flail “3.5 131:: What is the common name of the organism? to! :1 pt} Give the scientific name of a species of the organism, properly formatted. {Eli {5.5 p'L‘J What domain of the Tree of Life contains the organism? 36. (1 pt} Give an exampie of a recombinant human protein that is currently for sale. BISCBUGL. Final Exam. 1'2! 12ml 5:. 14 of 14. Do not list more answers than the number requested. ‘four name. initials, or logo. 3?. [5 pts} Name 5 diffsrsnt foodstuffs {other than bread, bear. and wins} that are produced using microorganisms. Mushrooms are not microorganisms. 33. :2 pts total: is} El pt] Who: microbial productr discovered in 1925. is arguably the most important discovery in ZUflicentury medical and industrial microbiology? (hi :1 pt: Who-discovered it? ...
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