Exam 3 - Name AGBI 410 Exam 3 Points 1 2 3 4 5 Total Points...

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Name: Points: 1 2 AGBI 410 – Exam 3 3 October 29, 2007 4 5 Total Points toward final grade (16.25%) Section 1. Matching (2 points each). For each numbered statement, select the lettered item that is most closely related to it and clearly write the letter in the space before each number. A activation H ketone bodies O oleic acid B cytochromes I malate dehydrogenase P plastoquinone C Fe-S protein J NAD + Q prostaglandins D fructose 6-phosphate K NADH R sphingolipid E glucose L NADP + S stearic acid F glycerophospholipid M NADPH T succinate dehydrogenase G inhibition N none U triacylglycerol V ubiquinol 1. The membrane bound TCA cycle enzyme. 2. Heme proteins serving as electron carriers in mitochondrial electron transport, photosynthesis, and other oxidation-reduction reactions. 3. An amphipathic lipid with a glycerol backbone. 4. These compounds are derived from long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids, such as arachidonic acid, and their synthesis is blocked by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. 5. This molecule induces the sequestration of glucokinase in the nucleus by binding of a regulator protein. 6. A fatty acid containing 18 carbons and 1 double bond at carbon 9. 7. The accumulation of citrate has this effect on the activity of phosphofructokinase-1. 8. These are generated in a long term fast from the catabolism of fatty acids and can be used as an energy source by some tissues. 9. The final electron acceptor in the light reactions of photosynthesis.
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