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BME 200 Solution Key 1. The outward appearance of an organism including its physical characteristics and its behavior are considered its: A) Genome B) Genotype C) Phenotype* D) Homeostasis 2. Which of the following is an intensive variable? 3. Bond energy is expressed as a change in this thermodynamic property: 4. Which of the following is not an example of where hydrogen bonding occurs? 5. Which of the following organelles is responsible for protein synthesis? A) Ribosome* B) Nucleus C) Gogli apparatus D) Mitochondrion
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6. If a reaction is at equilibrium, what is the ΔG value? 7. Which formula would you use to determine the maximum velocity for an enzymatic reaction? 8. Which of the following molecules would you not expect to find in high concentrations the
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