Question 11 / 1 ptsFor a reaction to be spontaneous it must show a net decrease in both energy and entropy. TrueFalse Entropy in a spontaneous reaction must increase Blooms Level: 1. Remember Gradable: automatic LO: 06.01.04 Distinguish between exergonic and endergonic reactions in terms of the energy of the reactants and products and the free energy change. Section: 06.01 Energy and Chemical Reactions Topic: Metabolism Question 21 / 1 ptsThe process of breaking glycogen down to glucose is an example of: ____. Blooms Level: 2. Understand
Gradable: automatic LO: 06.03.01 Describe the concept of a metabolic pathway and distinguish between catabolic and anabolic reactions. Section: 06.03 Overview of Metabolism Topic: Metabolism Question 31 / 1 ptsOnce ATP donates its phosphate to a coupled reaction it becomes ADP. The ADP can be convertedback to ATP in a(an) ____ reaction. Regeneration of ATP Blooms Level: 3. Apply Gradable: automatic LO: 06.01.05 Describe how cells use the energy released by ATP hydrolysis to drive endergonic reactions. Section: 06.01 Energy and Chemical Reactions Topic: Metabolism Question 41 / 1 ptsThe charge on amino acids in the active site of an enzyme would be affected by ___.pH
temperature salt concentration antibiotics substrate concentration pH affects the charge on amino acid side chains Blooms Level: 3. Apply Gradable: automatic LO: 06.02.02 Describe how enzymes bind their substrates with high specificity and undergo induced fit. Section: 06.02 Enzymes and Ribozymes Topic: Metabolism Question 51 / 1 ptsYou measure the amount of enzyme activity in the presence of compound X and note that as you add more substrate the amount of enzyme activity increases. This indicates that the compound X is a _____.
Activator. Enzyme. Enzyme inhibitors Blooms Level: 3. Apply Gradable: automatic LO: 06.03.04 Compare and contrast the three ways that metabolic pathways are regulated. Section: 06.03 Overview of Metabolism Topic: Metabolism Question 61 / 1 ptsAutophagy is an important process that removes worn-out organelles, recycles components, then release them into the cytosol. TrueFalse Autophagy removes worn-out organelles Blooms Level: 1. Remember Gradable: automatic LO: 06.04.03: Describe how the components of cellular organelles are recycled via autophagy. Section: 06.04 Recycling of Organic Molecules Topic: Metabolism
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