Study guide for Final 1

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Study guide for Final exam BIS103-002 SQ2010 PART 1 of 2 May 29 th , 2010 NOTE1 - This covers about 85% of the final exam. NOTE2- Part 2 covering about 15% will be available on Thursday, June 4 th . NOTE3- You may feel overwhelmed at first. HOWEVER, you may also find that a number of questions are actually repeating from previous ones, and/or overlapping somehow. NOTE4- Some of the questions in the exam will be focusing on “comparisons”. Also, there would be lots of “connections” between questions, as you may remember from the two midterm exams. So, practice to CONNECT materials we have been learning. 1. Questions related to Midterm exam (MT)-I Question 3. Draw the pathway of glycolysis (from glucose to pyruvate) including i) names of the intermediates; ii) enzyme names, iii) the purpose/significance of each reaction (see MT-I Question 2-a for an example). Draw structures of 3-carbon intermediates of glycolysis. What if there is no triose-phosphate isomerase activity? 2. Questions related to MT-II Question 3. For example , “Activities of which enzymes should be measured in order to decide which energy source (fat, free-sugar, and glycogen) is the main energy source for a certain energy-consuming activity? And how should we decide if the measured activity of the enzyme is “high enough”? 3. Questions related to MT-II Question 6. Draw the pathway of gluconeogenesis (from pyruvate to glucose) including i) names of the intermediates; ii) enzyme names, iii) the purpose/significance of each reaction, and iv) subcellular location of the reaction in animal cells (subcellular location = cytoplasm, plasma membrane, or one of those organelles). In which organ does glucose-6-phosphatase exist in human body? Which part of the pathway overlaps with part of Calvin-Benson-Bassham cycle? (note: an electron carrier of one of the enzymes may be different between gluconeogenesis and Calvin- Benson-Bassham cycle) 4. Draw structures of oxaloacetate and L-malate. 5. What does it happen to pyruvate generated by glycolysis under aerobic condition in eukaryotic cells? How about under anaerobic condition? How about in prokaryotes? 6.
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This note was uploaded on 06/23/2010 for the course BIS 103 taught by Professor Abel during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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