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BCH 451 Fall 1997 Exam #4 (4) For the step given by the number in row labelled A in the glycolytic pathway, name the enzyme, give the class of the enzyme, draw the structures of the non-cofactor substrate(s) and product(s) connected by the reaction arrow(s), show reversibility or irreversibility by the directions of the arrow(s), show co-substrates coming in and out of the reaction as appropriate with the usual abbreviations, and list all other cofactors under the reaction arrow. 1. Enzyme name: Enzyme class: Reaction: (4) For the step given by the number in row labelled B in the Krebs cycle, name the enzyme, give the class of the enzyme, draw the structures of the non-cofactor substrate(s) and product(s) connected by the reaction arrow(s), show reversibility or irreversibility by the directions of the arrow(s), show co-substrates coming in and out of the reaction as appropriate with the usual abbreviations, and list all other cofactors under the reaction arrow. 1. Enzyme name: Enzyme class: Reaction: For the letter in row C , fill in the following blanks for that complex in oxidative phosphorylation, using full names and not abbreviations: 1. (0.3) name: (0.2) number of protons pumped out of complex: (0.2) substrates: (0.2) products: (0.4) cofactors: (0.3) When yeast cells growing on glucose are switched from anaerobic to aerobic conditions, the rate of glucose uptake decreases. This is called: .
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