F05_Biochem_Pursuit_4 - 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 two functional groups do amino acids contain? GLY Which steps use ATP? CAC How many carbons make up one citrate molecule? ET Free energy is temporarily stored in the form of a _______ gradient before being used to drive ATP synthesis. NLM In the disease atheroschelerosis, what deposits lipids in the walls of large blood vessels? MB Amino acids, lipids, carbohydrates, and _____ are the four major types of biomolecules. AA An Amino group and a carboxylic acid group GLY 1, 3 CAC 6C ET proton NLM low-density lipoproteins MB nucleotides
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BIOCHEMICAL PURSUIT EXTRA CREDIT CARDS AA Is aspartate an acidic or basic amino acid? GLY Which steps produce ATP? CAC What enzyme catalyzes the reversible isomerization of citrate to isocitrate? ET _______ is when NADH and ubiquinol are reoxidized by molecular oxygen. NLM Dietary lipids travel from the intestine to other tissues as ______. MB Monomers are called _____ after they have been incorporated into the polymer. AA Acidic GLY 7,10 CAC aconitase ET Respiration NLM chylomicrons MB residues AA Is lycine an acidic or basic amino acid? GLY What types of bonds does cellulose use? CAC In which step does FAD get reduced to FADH2? ET What system shuttles reducing equivalents into the mitochondrial matrix? NLM What is good cholesterol? AA basic GLY Beta 1 ! 4 CAC step 6 ET malate-aspartate shuttle system NLM HDL – high density lipoproteins
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BIOCHEMICAL PURSUIT EXTRA CREDIT CARDS MB What is the major function of nucleic acids? MB encode information AA What is the only achiral amino acid? GLY What enzyme catalyzes step 4? CAC Is the regeneration of oxaloacetate from malate a spontaneous or non spontaneous reaction? ET Cytosolic oxaloacetate is reduced to ______ for transport into the mitochondria. NLM What is the primary source of fatty acids used as metabolic fuel? MB An element that is present in small amounts is a _____ element. AA glycine GLY step 4 CAC non-spontaneous ET malate NLM dietary triacyglycerols MB trace AA ______’s thiol group undergoes oxidation with another thiol group to form a disulfide bond. GLY When glucose is in a chair conformation, all bulky substituents occupy a _______ position. CAC PDC is a _____ because the product of one reaction AA Cysteine GLY equitorial CAC multienzyme complex
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BIOCHEMICAL PURSUIT EXTRA CREDIT CARDS can quickly become the substrate for the next reaction without diffusing away or reacting with another substance. ET Proton translocating activity of e- transport complexes in inner mitochondrial membrane generates a proton gradient across the membrane. This theory is called _______. NLM
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