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110%20Exam%203%20F10%20Red%20Key - E xam II I Biology 110...

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Exam III Biology 110 – Fall 2010 Dr. David H. Bos INSTRUCTIONS: The use of calculators, cell phones or other electronic devices is not allowed during the exam. There are 34 questions on this exam. There is only one correct answer for each question. Read each question carefully and choose the best answer. Do not fill in multiple answers, as they will be marked incorrect. Turn in only the answer sheet when you are done. You may keep the exam. Take your time, think and good luck! 1. What is the starting and ending point of the Calvin cycle? a. Oxaloacetate b. Citrate c. G3P d. Glucose e. RUBP 2. What is the product of carbon fixation? a. G3P b. PGA c. Glucose d. NADPH e. RUBP 3. What will be the result of successfully completing two carbon fixations and two carbon reduction reactions? a. two PGA molecules b. two G3P molecules c. four G3P molecules d. four PGA molecules e. one glucose molecule 4. How many carbons are in four G3P molecules? a. None b. Four c. Eight d. Twelve e. Sixteen 5. Which steps in the Calvin cycle will be directly impacted if the chloroplast is completely depleted of ATP? a. Carbon reduction b. Regeneration c. Carbon fixation d. A & B
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e. 6. Which of the following reactions are anabolic? a. ATP hydrolysis b. The Krebs cycle c. The Calvin cycle d. Glycolysis e. The oxidation of water 7. Which of the following reactions do not occur in glycolysis? a. Substrate level phosphorylation b. Oxidation c. Reduction d. Cleavage e. Decarboxylation 8. Which of the following reactions occur in the Krebs cycle but not in the oxidation of pyruvate? a. Substrate level phosphorylation b. Decarboxylation c. Oxidation d. Reduction e. The addition of coenzyme A to an acetyl molecule 9. Where does the oxidation of pyruvate occur? a.
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