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bis103win03finalexam - BIS103-002 Final Exam Winter 2003...

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BIS103-002 Final Exam _____ KEY____________________________ 1 Winter 2003 Last, First Major __________________________________ Student ID # ____________________________________ Final Exam/J. Callis, Instructor March 20, 2003 Check the appropriate boxes below Undergraduate Graduate Audit Completing Incomplete Note: There are 5 questions and a total of 11 printed pages counting the cover sheet. Partial credit will be given. Use only this paper. WRITE YOUR NAME ON THE TOP OF EACH PAGE. Question Value Score 1 15 2 24 3 15 4 16 5 30 TOTAL 100 K= 298° R= 0.0083 kJ x mol -1 x K -1 Faraday's constant (F) is 96.5 kJ x volt -1 x mol -1 Δ G o ' for the reaction ADP + P i ATP + H 2 O = + 31 kJ x mole -1 Δ G o ' = - n F Δ E o ' Δ G o ' = -RT ln Keq Δ G = RT ln c2/c1 + ZF Δ ψ Δ G = 2.3RT Δ pH + ZF Δ ψ Δ G = Δ G o ' + RT ln (products/reactants) HONOR CODE: My signature below affirms that I wrote this exam in the spirit of the honor system of UCD. I neither received nor furnished any "help" during the exam, nor did I use any unauthorized references. Signature: __________________________________ Date ___________ STUDENT AUTHORIZATION: I authorize the University to distribute publicly this graded exam (e.g., handed out in class or left in a bin for me to pick up). Signature ___________________________________ Date ___________
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BIS103-002 Final Exam _____ KEY____________________________ 2 Winter 2003 Last, First 1. (15 pts). The following table integrates catabolism in the major organs/cell types of the human body. Please complete the table USING THE CHOICES FOR EACH COLUMN PROVIDED BELOW. PLACE THE CORRECT LETTER IN EACH BOX. ONE LETTER PER BOX. ORGAN COLUMN A Indicate the compound that serves as the main energy reserve within organ/tissue COLUMN B Preferred substrate for energy production in organ/tissue COLUMN C Possible energy source(s) exported or metabolic end product(s) exported from this organ/tissue Brain Skeletal Muscle Adipose Tissue Liver (well fed state) Liver (under low dietary carbohydrate) POSSIBLE ANSWERS FOR COLUMN A POSSIBLE ANSWERS FOR COLUMN B A. Glucose J. Glucose B. Glycogen K. Lactic acid C. Starch L. amino acids D. Triacylglycerides (TAG) M. fatty acids E. Protein N. None F. Fatty acids G. None H. Glycogen and TAG I. Glycogen and protein ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ POSSIBLE ANSWERS FOR COLUMN C O. Glucose P. Ketone bodies Q. Fatty acids R. Lactic acid S. None T. Glucose and/or ketone bodies U. Glycerol V. Glycerol and fatty acids W. None
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BIS103-002 Final Exam _____ KEY____________________________ 3 Winter 2003 Last, First 2. (24 pts). 2a. (10 pts) Isoleucine is degraded by a series of six steps to propionyl-CoA and acetyl CoA, releasing one CO 2 . Many of the steps are analogous to steps found in the TCA (tricarboxylic acid) cycle and ß-oxidation. The structure of isoleucine is shown below along with the structures of the carbon intermediates in isoleucine degradation. Each intermediate has been given a number
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