Biochemistry Practice Quiz6

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Biochemistry Practice Quiz6 BCH 4024 1. Which of the following reactions of the tricarboxylic acid cycle produces CO2 as a byproduct? a. the formation of citrate b. he formation of alpha-ketoglutarate c. he formation of succinate d. the formation of isocitrate e. the formation of oxaloacetate 2. In the tricarboxylic Acid cycle, the enzyme isocitrate dehydrogenase is activated by" a. ATP b. O2 c. NADH d. ADP e. Coenzyme A 3. Which of the following cofactors or coenzymes is not involved in the reaction catalyzed by the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex or the alpha ketoglutarate dehydrogenase complex? a. thiamin pyrophosphate b. lipoic acid c. coenzyme A d. NAD+ e. biotin 4. What is the maximum number of NTP's that can be synthesized file:///W|/bch4024/examsandquizzes_summer2003.html (78 of 94) [5/7/2003 4:36:12 PM] file:///W|/bch4024/examsandquizzes_summer2003.html in going once from isocitrate to fumarate in the tricarboxylic acid cycle (including many ATP's formed from oxidative phosphorylation)? a. 7 b. 8 c. 9 d. 10 e. 12 5. Phosphorylase is part of a hormone-stimulated cascade. All of the following enzymes participate in this cascade except a. glucosidase b. glycogen phosphorylase c. phosphorylase kinase d. adenylate cyclase e. protein kinase 6. In the following structure of glycogen, phosphorylase will
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