Review7 - Glycogen phosphorylase A B C D Can only work on...

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Glycogen phosphorylase…. A. Can only work on the reducing end B. Can only work on the non-reducing end C. Can only work at branchpoints D. Is always activated to maximize formation of glucose
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Anabolism refers to…. A. The degradation of biopolymers B. The synthesis of biopolymers C. The clogging of an artery D. The degradation of carbohydrates
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The three “downhill” reactions in glycolysis are… A. Hexokinase, phosphofructokinase, and pyruvate kinase B. Hexokinase, phosphofructokinase, and lactate dehydrogenase C. Hexokinase, phosphofructokinase, and aldolase D. Hexokinase, phosphofructokinase, and triose phosphate isomerase
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Hexokinase….. A. Helps keep glucose inside the cell B. Is the most regulated enzyme of glycolysis C. Phosphorylates fructose-6-phosphate D. All of the above
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The advantage of glycogen being branched is.. A. It makes for better internal H-bonding B. It allows for more rapid phosphorolysis C. It allows for more rapid hydrolysis D. It takes up less space inside the cell
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Glycogen differs from cellulose in… A. The number of hydroxyls B. The number of carbons C. Glycogen is a linear polymer while cellulose is branched D. Glycogen contains α -anomeric linkages while cellulose contains β -anomeric linkages
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Gluconeogenesis… A. “Costs” the same number of ATPs as are produced by glycolysis B. Uses all the same enzymes as glycolysis C. Uses several bypass reactions compared to glycolysis D. Occurs in the mitochondrion
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