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test1key2 - MIC170 Test-1 April 16, 2009 I. Choose the most...

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MIC170 Test-1 April 16, 2009 I. Choose the most appropriate one for each of questions 1~5 . 1. (2 points) Typical yeast cell wall consists of about 40% ( ), which is arranged with sugar groups facing out, and 50-60% ( ), which is glucose polymer that forms networks. ( ), a polymer of N -acetylglucosamine, is also present in small quantities. mannoprotein, glucan, Chitin 2. (2 points) “The genome size of the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is about ( ), which encodes about ( ) genes.” 12 Mb, 6,000 3. (2 points) Like in other eukaryotes, proteins in yeast are subjected to a variety of post-translational modifications. Which one below is NOT post-translational modification? splicing (removal of introns) 4. (2 points) The lipid bilayer of the plasma membrane is NOT permeable to glucose 5. (1 point) I believe you have practiced viewing stereo images in our homework the other day. When you look at the stereo image of a polypeptide structure shown below, Its N-terminus looks closer to you (front) and its C-terminus appears in the back. II. (3 points each)
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This note was uploaded on 06/11/2009 for the course MIC 170 taught by Professor Shiozaki during the Spring '09 term at UC Davis.

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