EPOB 1210 old EXAM 2

EPOB 1210 old EXAM 2 - EPOB 1210 old EXAM 2 Dr Schmidt This has been the 15678th visit to this site since Sept 26 1996 Choose THE BEST answer to

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EPOB 1210 old EXAM 2, Dr. Schmidt This has been the 15678th visit to this site since Sept. 26, 1996. Choose THE BEST answer to each question. 1. What do both mitochondria and chloroplasts have in common? A) ATP is produced. B) DNA is present. C) Ribosomes are present. D) Only b and c are correct. E) a, b and c are correct. 2. Which of the following would be found in an animal cell, but not in a bacterial cell? A) DNA. B) cell wall. C) plasma membrane. D) ribosomes E) mitochondria 3. In glycolysis and the Krebs Cycle, an oxidation/reduction reaction involving a substrate and NAD+ would lead to A) the substrate being reduced and NAD+ being oxidized to NADH B) the substrate being oxidized and NAD+ being reduced to NADH C) the substrate being reduced and NAD+ being reduced to NADH D) the substrate being oxidized and NAD+ being oxidized to NADH 4. Lactic Acid Bacteria are A) Gram + bacteria that we consume by the billions in vinegar B) Gram - bacteria that we consume by the billions in vinegar C) Gram + bacteria that we consume by the billions in yogurt D) fermentative bacteria that convert alcohol to lactic acid 5. Which of the following synthesizes steroids and phospholipids? A) mitochondria B) Golgi complex C) smooth endoplasmic reticulum D) lysosomes 6. Which of the following are found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells? A) microtubules. B) chloroplasts. C) nucleolus. D) ribosomes 7. Eukaryotic cells could not move cilia or flagella if they did not have A) peroxisomes. B) chloroplasts. C) microtubules. D) plastids 8. Which of the following is capable of converting light energy to chemical bond energy? A) chloroplasts. B) mitochondria. C) leucoplasts. D) peroxisomes E) Golgi bodies 9. All of the following substances are produced in a muscle cell under anaerobic conditions EXCEPT A) ATP. B) pyruvate. C) lactate. D) acetyl CoA. E) NADH. 10. The ATP made during fermentation is generated by which of the following? A) substrate-level phosphorylation B) electron transport C) photophosphorylation D) chemiosmosis E) oxidation of NADH 11. The process of noncyclic photophosphorylation (noncyclic electron flow) uses light energy to synthesize A) ADP and ATP. B) ATP and P7000. C) ATP and NADPH. D) ADP and NADP. 12. When hydrogen ions are pumped from the mitochondrial matrix, across the inner membrane, and into the intermembrane space, the result is A) the immediate formation of ATP. B) the reduction of NAD+. C) the restoration of the Na+-K+ balance across the membrane.
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D) the creation of a proton gradient (proton motive force). E) the lowering of pH in the mitochondrial matrix. 13. How many carbon atoms does each acetyl CoA feed into the Krebs cycle? A) 2. B) 4. C) 6. D) 8. E) 10
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