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Unformatted text preview: AT&T S 8:13 PM 1 0 33% Done 1 of 41 UIC BIOS-352/CHEM-352 SCIENCES COLLEGE OF UNIVERSITY Introductory Biochemistry LIBERAL ARTS AND OF ILLINOIS SCIENCES AT CHICAGO Semester: Fall 2017 Examination #2 INSTRUCTIONS Please put your name on every page There are totally 23 questions on 7 pages (excluding this cover page) The maximum score for this test is 95 points > Circle the correct answer(s) for the multiple-choice or true-false questions For questions 4, 9, 10, 15, 16, and 22 write down you answers in the provided blank spaces Use of any smartphones, computers, and supplementary materials, such as textbooks or notes from lectures, during the examination is strictly prohibited > You have 60 minutes (1 hour) to answer the questions TEST SCORES Page 2 of 12 points Page 3 of 14 points Page 4 of 16 points Page 5 of 15 points Page 6 of 12 points Page 7 of 16 points Page 8 of 10 points Total of 95 points BIOS-352/CHEM-352 Introductory Biochemistry Course Examination #2 Page 1 of 8 STUDENT'S NAME: Question 1 (2 points): One of the enzymes involved in glycolysis, aldolase, requires Zn't-ion for catalysis. Under conditions of zinc deficiency, when the enzyme lacks bound Zn2-ion, it would be referred to as: A. Prosthetic group B. Coenzyme C. Holoenzyme D. Apoenzyme E Substrate...
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