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Unformatted text preview: BIO 361 EXAM 4 AND CUMULATIVE FINAL FALL 2009 VERSION 1 NAME:____________ _____________________________________ ID:_____________________________________________________ INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXAM 4 (pages 2-7): 1. Write your name and ID on pages 1-7 2. Write all answers in pen only 3. Limit your answers to the space provided Page 2 _______________ Page 3 _______________ Page 4 _______________ Page 5 _______________ Page 6 _______________ Page 7 _______________ Total _______________ Maximum of 100 points INSTRUCTIONS FOR CUMULATIVE FINAL (pages 8-16) (100 points total): a. Answer all questions on the Opscan sheet. Only one answer per question. b. Use a number 2 pencil. c. Fill in NAME (LAST, FIRST, and MI), and IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (Solar ID number) using the bubbles. d. Fill in bubble 1 (for Version 1) in the first column under DAY (do not fill in the remainder of BIRTH DATE). _____________________________________ _____________________________________ Name (Last, First) SOLAR ID 2 1. Fatty acid synthesis a. Fill in the table below describing the differences between fatty acid (FA) degradation and synthesis in terms of subcellular location(s), redox potential donor(s)/acceptor(s), and intermediate carriers. (6 points) FA degradation FA synthesis Subcellular location(s): Redox donor(s)/acceptor(s): Intermediate carrier(s): b. Name the final product of the mammalian fatty acid synthase. (2 points) c. Name two physical/structural features that enable a tethered substrate to reach spatially distinct enzymatic motifs in the mammalian fatty acid synthase complex. (2 points) 2. Cholesterol Biosynthesis a. Describe the four stages for cholesterol biosynthesis. Provide names for the beginning substrate and end products for each stage (structures are not required). (8 points) b. Name the enzyme that catalyzes the rate-limiting (or committed step) for cholesterol biosynthesis. (2 points) _____________________________________...
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