Biochemistry Exam 1 (2002)

Biochemistry Exam 1 (2002) - Biochemistry Exam 1 Biology...

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Biochemistry Exam 1 FULL NAME __________________________________ 1 Biology 020.305 (please print clearly) 09/30/02 Biochemistry – Exam 1 Biology 020.305 September 30, 2002 Instructions for examination: 1. Print your full name clearly on each page. If there are any pages missing, obtain a new exam. No excuses will be accepted for missing pages. There are a total of 11 pages including: 1 cover page 1 8 question pages 2-10 1 grading page 11 2. Write answers clearly and concisely in the space provided. Anything written on the back of the exam is not graded. Extra space for doodling etc is found on the last 2 pages of the exam. If you desire partial credit for anything that is NOT in the answer space provided, you must clearly indicate where we should look for that partial credit. It cannot be on the back of the exam. 3. Exams must be written in blue or black permanent ink. Use of white-out, other corrective liquids, or erasable ink is not permitted. Failure to follow these rules will waive your right to submit the exam for a regrade. 4. Calculators are not necessary and their use is not allowed. When arithmetic calculations are requested, if you are unable to do the calculations manually, set up the solution as completely as possible without actually solving for the final number. 5. This exam is closed note and closed book. Books, notes, etc., are to be placed out of sight before the beginning of the exam and are not to be referred to during the exam. 6. Cheating and misrepresentation of work (including on an exam submitted for regrading) are both violations of academic integrity as outlined in the Constitution of the Undergraduate Academics Ethics Board printed in the Undergraduate Academic Manual. Students are expected to know and abide by the standards of academic integrity. 7. You will be allowed 1 hour and 45 minutes to take this exam. 8. Good Luck!
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Biochemistry Exam 1 FULL NAME __________________________________ 2 Biology 020.305 (please print clearly) 09/30/02 _______________________________________________________________________ True or Fals e. Fill in the left oval if true or the right oval if false (10 points). 1) The enthalpy of a process, Δ H, is the maximum work that can be done by that process. 2) Placing a red blood cell into a solution of 1M glucose will have the same effect as placing the red blood cell into a solution of 1 M glycine. 3) pH is direct measure of the number of protons in a solution. 4) The transition state for an enzymatic reaction is the same as the enzyme-substrate complex. 5) If the structure of a protein has multiple domains, then it has quaternary structure. 6) The thermodynamic stability of an α -helix will increase if a glutamate found at the C- terminus is replaced with a lysine. 7) The protein structural motif called the Greek Key motif is comprised of parallel
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2009 for the course BIOLOGY 020.305 taught by Professor Emily during the Fall '08 term at Johns Hopkins.

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