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Study questions 7 and midterm preview There are no study questions 6. The exam uses multiple choice answers. The preview provides examples of topics and question types. All topics covered in lectures (podcasts, whiteboards, notes), in discussions, and in the study questions up to the Monday lecture (lecture 7) and Tues- day discussion, can be covered. Note that the first part of lecture 8 is a review of the chemistry of lecture 7 and is thus important for your preparation. 1. The synthesis of DNA from nucleotide monomers requires the use of considerable energy. En- ergy is required for two reasons. The first is to make the bonds of the phosphodiester-sugar chain (this is the O-P-O-C-R-O-P-O-C-R-O chain). The second is: 2. A plant cell is immersed in a solution that is 0.05M glucose. The intracellular concentration of glucose is 0.01M. The glucose in solution can be acquired by the cell through the process of ____________ 3. The process requires the presence in the membrane of _____________ and the use of this ap- proximate amount of energy _______ 4. Consider the situation in question 2. If the solution molarity of glucose is 0.001, and the intra- cellular concentration remains the same, the glucose in solution can be acquired by the cell through the process of ____________. 5. The process requires the presence in the membrane of _____________ and the use of this ap-
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