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MCB102 Quiz #4 10/25 Question 1 (11 points) pyruvate C malate A oxaloacetate B citrate D phosphoenolpyruvate (PEP) _______________________________________________________ _ The name of the enzyme that catalyzes reaction A is _____ malate dehydrogenase ______________. The electron carrier that is reduced in reaction A is _____ NAD+/NADH ____. -0.25 if no + on NAD _______________________________________________________ _ The name of the enzyme that catalyzes reaction B is ____ citrate synthase ___. -0.5 for synthetase An additional reactant of reaction B is ____ acetyl CoA or water ___________________. What pathway is reaction B part of? Citric acid cycle or Krebs cycle _______________________________________________________ _ The name of the enzyme that catalyzes reaction C is _ pyruvate carboxylase _. -0.5 for decarboxylase An additional reactant of reaction C is ____ carbon dioxide or bicarbonate or ATP ____. The cofactor used by the enzyme of reaction C is ____ biotin _______________. _______________________________________________________ _ The name of the enzyme that catalyzes reaction D is _ PEP carboxykinase _. -0.5 for decarboxykinase or carboxylase An additional product of reaction D is _________ carbon dioxide or GDP _______________.
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MCB102 Quiz #4 10/25 What pathway is reaction D part of? __________ Gluconeogenesis __________. Not gly coneogenesis Question 2 (5 points) What metabolic state stimulates the release of glucagon?
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