Exam03--F03 - f ua*|\6'u"mine f afl"o tr Thgfollowing re a...

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fua*|,[ fafl"o; Thgfollowing are all 4-point questions. .\6'u,"mine tr / a. ls a non-essential amino acid b. ls an amino group donor in some reactions 4lCan be produced from o-ketoglutarate rd/A and B are correct 3a A, B and C are all correct '{ 2. Gluconeogenesis requires a lot of enslgaiaput. How many. ATP and NADH molecules are reouired to oroduce one moleculeif free blood qlucose f rotn 2 pvruvate? required to produce one molecu)edf free blood glucose '-ddxp ind2l'l4Pl1 ( tafAtP and 2 NADH )&'-What is the main function of bile salts? G Form a faye,r on tf'e surface of chylomicrons b. Cleave the ester bonds of triacylglycerols to release fatty acid molecules c. _ Transport lipids to the intestinal wall "dl Maintain optimal pH for protein catabolism Transnon c){olfrom Golgito the plasma membrane 4. Asubstrate td starchlynthesis is d Glucose \*-,/ - 4iuoe-gtucose -- ?A( (ctc @ADP-glucose pKGlycogenin ez4lucose 1-phosphate ,d'10 'e. None. Protons are pumped into the Matrix, not the intermembrane space 6. Malic enyme , j:'eioir.". NADPH A b. Produces water as a metabolic byproduct L \ /. Cgnverts malate to fumarate p1r*'Jr 'ard*ot the above are true ' ' '{Only A and C above are true 7. Fatty acid synfhesis is regulated by which of the following mechanisms? a. Palmitoyl-CoA is a feedback inhibitor b. Acetyl-CoA carboxylase by phosphorylation/dephosophorylation c. Citrate is an allosteric activator lQNt the above are regulation mechanisms acting fatty acid synthesis Y. Only A and B are regulation of fatty acid synthesis l' b. 4 ATP and 4 NADH ,-6-4ffi -dnRtp ano?runon c C
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a \/ XVyRqh of the following pathways does NOT utilize a / (a)Fatty acid synthesis -6. Omega Oxidation ,., c. Cholesterol sYnthesis / Mixed-Function Oxidase d, Fgrtty acid oxidation rt, B, C and D all utilize a Mixed-function oxidase g, The net result of one turn of the Calvin Cycle is one molecule of triose phosphate, but it b. A re d eriye, d Jr_g[ p_!_gs]eg_l g_l-gF_,) c, Are derived via the Lipoxygenasepathwayr2< d. Only A and B above are true; e. A, B and C above are all true;,. \4*"mbrane phospholipids 4 g,:Are formed from arachidonic acid . A '"Y6ettheir phosphate group in the phosphodiester bond from CTP and not ATP @ettheir polar'head lroups from'a salvage pathway using ADP as a head group "activatod' h. YlAre formed from 1,2 diacylglycerols | ) .z/Untit e amino acids, are only-formed de novo since no salvage can be utilized to tr obtain functional groups 12. Which the following path /-=---\ ways OUQlOjy'ccur the mitochondrial matrix? d. B-oxidation e. Transformation of pyruvate to acetyl-CoA through pyruvate dehydrogenase 13. A P2nmoter 41" an RNA sequence
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