F05_Biochem_Pursuit_3

F05_Biochem_Pursuit_3 - BIOCHEMICAL PURSUIT EXTRA CREDIT...

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BIOCHEMICAL PURSUIT EXTRA CREDIT CARDS KEY AA Amino Acids and Protein Structure GLY Glycolysis CAC Citric Acid Cycle ET Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation NLM Nitrogen and Lipid Metabolism MB Molecular Biology Front of card Back of card AA What are the 2 AA that are soly ketogenic? GLY Which enzyme is considered catalytically perfect? CAC For each acetyl group that enters the CAC, 2 molecules of fully oxidized ___ are produced. ET Which complex in the ET is embedded in Mit. Membrane? NLM ___counters the atherogenic tendencies of LDL. MB What is the state of myoglobin when it’s not bound to oxygen? AA Leucine & Lysine GLY Triose phosphate isomerase CAC CO 2 ET Complex II or succinate dehydrogenase NLM HDL MB T for tense
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BIOCHEMICAL PURSUIT EXTRA CREDIT CARDS AA What is the most abundant amino acid in the cell? GLY What starting substrate can be used to save the cell 1 ATP? CAC Malate dehydrogenase converts Malate to ____. ET How many protons does complex IV pump into the intermembrane space? NLM Which enzyme “activates” a FA before it’s oxidatively degraded? MB The shape of proteins is mainly due to the ___effect. AA Glutamate GLY Glycogen CAC Oxaloacetate ET 2 NLM acyl-CoA synthetase MB hydrophobic AA Which AA has the most simple R group (side group)? GLY What glycolytic intermediate has higher Energy than ATP? CAC Succinyl-CoA acts as feedback inhibition to what enzyme? ET What is the ultimate reduced agent? NLM Which 2 types of AA can’t humans synthesize? MB Proteins that assist other proteins in folding. AA Glycine GLY PEP CAC citrate synthase ET oxygen (O2) NLM branched-chain AA & aromatic AA MB molecular chaperones
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BIOCHEMICAL PURSUIT EXTRA CREDIT CARDS AA Which AA is in the active site of phosphoglycerate mutase? GLY hexokinase, pyrucate kinase, and ___ are the regulatory enzymes of the regulatory steps of glycolysis. CAC Acetyl-CoA can’t cross the mitoch. so it’s converted to __ to reach the cytosol. ET The Q cycle is in which complex? NLM 80% of body excretes nitrogen in form of___. MB Myosin heads bind to ____ during muscle contraction. AA Histidine GLY phosphofructokinase CAC citrate ET Complex 3 NLM urea MB actin AA Which 3 AA make up the oxyanion hole? GLY What is the rate determining reaction? CAC Succinyl-CoA synthetase yields one molecule of___? ET Fe-S clusters in Complex 1 transfer ___ e- at a time. NLM What molecule is the source of the urea carbon? MB Tubulin dimers form which type of cytoskeletal structure? AA His 57,Ser 195, Asp 102 GLY phosphofructokinase CAC GTP ET one electron carriers NLM bicarbonate MB microtubules
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BIOCHEMICAL PURSUIT EXTRA CREDIT CARDS KEY AA Amino Acids and Protein Structure GLY Glycolysis CAC Citric Acid Cycle ET Electron Transport and Oxidative Phosphorylation NLM Nitrogen and Lipid Metabolism MB Molecular Biology Front of card Back of card AA What are the basic amino acids? GLY
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