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SP08 Exam3 - KE.EP trfiSWHOLH CTO'V T S FORM 2 Biology3 10...

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) KE.EP TtrfiS WHOLH S CT}O'V FORM 2 Biology 310 Introductory Biochemistry Dr.Balazovich Spring Term Exam 3 16 June 2008 You are responsible for all information on this page. 1. Ensure that you have 7 total pages in thissection. Ensure thatyour name and 8-digit student number (not social security number) are clearly written on the Scantron Form. 2. Ensure that you have only one answer per question, and that a// questions are answered. 3. Ensure that erasures are removed completely. We willnot be responsible for correcting anyanswer due to sloppiness 4. Use only pencil on Scantron forms. Use PEN on short answer and essays to be eligible for regrading later. You may not overwrite pencil with pen. 5. Writeclearly: if we can't read it, it will be marked incorrect. 6. SeeCTools announcements for regrading guidelines. 7. Simple calculators may be used if necessary. No graphing calculators, cell phone calculators, computers, PDAs, or any other electronic devices maybe used at anytime. Point Values 1-35 3 points each 105 Points Free Response section 45 Total = 150 Points Logall answers to questions 1-35 on scantron forms All exam papers must be turned in by 12 PM. We willbegin grading after the exam. Grades and papers willlikely be available late Monday or early Tuesday, depending upon how fast the scantron papers are graded. Scores will be available on Coursetools as soon as they are complete. Papers likely will be available only outside Dr. B's office dueto departmental gudelines. The re-grade deadline is Wednesday (18 June) at12 (noon). All re-grade requests must be submitted to the box outside Dr. B's office only!
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x I I ll 1. Which of the following Group Transfer reactions is important in the regulation of Gln Synthetase? a. Phosphoryl group transfer to the regulators AT and Pll b. Reduction of alpha-ketoglutarate by the transfer of two electrons from Gln c. Uridylylation of Pll d. Transfer of PPi to Glutamine Synthetase then transfer of PPi to AT e. None of the above are Group Transfer reactions, as originally defined 2.lf a liver cell needs to synthesize Stearate (18:0) using de novo pathways, in what two cellular locations would reactions happen? 3. One round of reactions catalyzed by Fatty Acid Synthase (that is, each active site working only onetime) produces howmany COz molecules?
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