Biochemistry Practice Quiz5

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Dr. T.D. Allison BCH 4024 1. In the addition of a glucose residue to the end of a glycogen residue, what type of nucleotide is commonly utilized? a. ATP b. GTP c. UTP d. CTP e. ITP 2. Which of the following enzymes is activated by phosphorylation by ATP? a. glycogen synthetase b. glycogen phosphorylase c. branching enzyme d. debranching enzyme e. phosphoglucomutase 3. Which of the following enzymes is not involved in gluconeogenesis from lactate? a. glucose-6-phosphatase b. triose phosphate isomerase c. aldolase d. 3-phosphoglycerate kinase e. phosphoglucomutase 4. In gluconeogenesis, phosphoenolpyruvate is formed by the decarboxylation of a. malate b. citrate c. oxaloacetate d. pyruvate file:///W|/bch4024/examsandquizzes_summer2003.html (74 of 94) [5/7/2003 4:36:12 PM] file:///W|/bch4024/examsandquizzes_summer2003.html e. fumarate 5. The hexose monophosphate pathway has, among its several functions, a role in the synthesis of sugars of different "lengths" (C3,C4,C5,C6 and C7) . One enzyme directly involved in these sugar interconversions in this pathway is a. transaldolase b. aldolase c. glucose-6-phosphate isomerase d. glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase e. one of the above 6. If D-glucose , labeled ion the one carbon position with 14C is
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