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bisc300-Midterm2_1999 - BISC 300L Midterm 2 Name Note...

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BISC 300L Midterm 2 11/10/99 Name _____________________________ Note: Questions 1-4 are from Dr. Susskind, the rest from Dr. Fuhrman 1. (6 pts) Fill in the blanks to define these types of metabolism. Type of metabolism Energy source Carbon source Chemolithoautotrophy ________________________ ________________________ Chemoorganotrophy ________________________ ________________________ Photoautotrophy ________________________ ________________________ 2. (2 pts) Name two types of ORGANIC compounds (other than sugars or polysaccharides) that bacteria can use as a CARBON AND/OR ENERGY source. (Note: CO 2 is not organic.) 3. (6 pts) Match the word or phrase in Column 2 with the most appropriate phrase in Column 1. Column 1 Column 2 ____ Calvin cycle enzyme A. Anoxygenic photosynthesis ____ Calvin cycle product B. FeMo-co ____ Dinitrogenase cofactor C. Fructose-6-phosphate ____ Fermentative product D. Ethanol ____ One cyclic photosystem E. Oxygenic photosynthesis ____ Z scheme F. RubisCO
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2 4. (6 pts) Match the abbreviated reaction in Column 2 with the most appropriate phrase in Column 1. Column 1 Column 2 ____ Aerobic respiration A. Fe 2+ \ Fe 3+ ____ Anoxygenic photosynthesis B. Fe 3+ \ Fe 2+ ____ Iron-oxidizing bacteria C. H 2 O \ O 2 ____ Iron-respiring bacteria D. H 2 S \ S o ____ Nitrogen fixation E. N 2 \ NH 3 ____ Oxygenic photosynthesis F. O 2 \ H 2 O 5. (12 points) Draw a diagram showing the life cycle of a TEMPERATE bacteriophage, such as lambda. Be sure to include both the lytic and lysogenic part of the cycle, and how these are connected. Include short labels (a sentence or less) to describe each step in the
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