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1/9/11 The major regulatory step in cholesterol synthesis is Synthesis of HMG-CoA from 3 acetyl CoA Synthesis of mevalonate from HMG- CoA Synthesis of phosphomevalonate from mevalonate
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1/9/11 The major regulatory step in cholesterol synthesis is Synthesis of HMG-CoA from 3 acetyl CoA Synthesis of mevalonate from HMG- CoA Synthesis of phosphomevalonate from mevalonate
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1/9/11 Which of the following statements about bile salts is true? Bile salts are more polar than cholesterol. Bile salts are intermediates in cholesterol degradation Bile salts can act as hormones A and B
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1/9/11 Cholesterol
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1/9/11 A. Which of the following statements about bile salts is true? B. Bile salts are more polar than cholesterol. C. Bile salts are intermediates in cholesterol degradation D. Bile salts can act as hormones E. A and B
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1/9/11 Which of the following is not a class of steroid hormone: Progesterone Androgens Estrogens Catecholamines Glucocorticoids
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1/9/11 Which of the following is not a class of steroid hormone: Progesterone Androgens Estrogens Catecholamines Glucocorticoids
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1/9/11 Synthesis of Vitamin D3 from cholesterol requires UV Light ATP NADH Biotin Thiamine Pyrophosphate
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1/9/11 Synthesis of Vitamin D3 from cholesterol requires UV Light ATP NADH Biotin Thiamine Pyrophosphate
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1/9/11 Isoprenoids 5. Isoprene units consist of how many carbons? a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5
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1/9/11 Isoprenoids 5. Isoprene units consist of how many carbons? a. 2 b. 3 c. 4 d. 5
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1/9/11 Isoprenoids 6. Cholesterol can be a precursor for which of the following? e. Bile salts f. Hormones g. Vitamins h. All of the above
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1/9/11 Isoprenoids 6. Cholesterol can be a precursor for which of the following? e. Bile salts f. Hormones g. Vitamins h. All of the above
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1/9/11 Isoprenoids 7. Which of the following statements are true about squalene? i. It consists of 32 carbons j. It can be used as a fuel k. It is a precursor for cholesterol l. B and C
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1/9/11 Squalene only has 30 Carbons not 32 It can be used as a fuel And yes it is a precursor for cholesterol
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1/9/11 Isoprenoids 7. Which of the following statements are true about squalene? i. It consists of 32 carbons j. It can be used as a fuel k. It is a precursor for cholesterol l. B and C
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1/9/11 Isoprenoids 8. Are all vitamins isoprenoids? m. True n. False
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1/9/11 Isoprenoids 8. Are all vitamins isoprenoids? m. True n. False
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Nitrogen Fixation and Amino Acid Anabolism Which of the following can substitute for any essential amino acid in the diet of humans? Glutamate
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course BIS 103 taught by Professor Abel during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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