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Unformatted text preview: Name ID Number_ Firet 5U minute Examination BISC 220 Spring 2019 12 Februaryr 2111i} Luauuciiflna [er filling in the Blue swim Agiwerfiheel; 1. Enter yen: name in the NAN-1E field [your last name first}. and fill in the appreprlme bubbles. 2. Enter yen: USE SMDWHJ WEEK in the field labeled IDENTIFICATION MMER. and fill in the bubbles. ' 3. Circle fee: Ta’e name in This table and enle: hiai'her cede in 03:? columns in the SPECIAL CDDES field and fill in the bubbles. Yang-He mafia}— 4. Bubble in yen: answcre la questiene l- 42 with a pencil en SIDE I. Be sure 1e fill in the entire circle. Fully eraec all mislakfi. |n§truetigygfilr the Written Fenian 31f file Exam: 1. 1|Write yeur name and yum USE Student Ill} munber en the lee efeacb page. 2. URL? exams written in PEN can be submitted fer a re-gmde. Ifyeu make a mislalce ele net use white—euij creee ll eut. 3- When yeu are dene lure ie the entire exam with the Blue Scene-en Answer Sheet to yen: TA. __. '\-. a- First 5|} minute Examination 3150 22ft Spring 2ND 12 February 2010 Marne ID triumber This examination has is pages and 46 questions Be sure you have a complete examination. Please put your name and USE ID number on the top ofeach page. Remember to use your time wisely during the examination period. Good Iuetr from all yourteeetiihg staff. - The fuflowhsgdl multiple choice questions are era-1111 3 points each. Please choose the one best anchor, and enter your choice on a Sceptroo sheet using DNL'E' a #2 put-cit. t. IlI"|r'hich at the following statements is true regarding the moiechie giyen below? a. A diet rich in this rnolecute may oontn'bute to atherosderosi's. ,tl'. it Is a saturated fatty acid. c. Molecules ofthis type are usually liquid at ili T ii iii til. iii T T T T yo "3W? mmmm- H—tlt— *—£—-o—c—t|:— *—c—c—:f —c d. It is a deriyahye of carbohydrates H I ItI H I H hm, e. It Is never found In cell membranes 2. A moiecule IrrI'i'tl'i the chemical i'pn'nula GaHuDu is probably a a. nionosaerdieride b. protein c. lipid. d. disacctiaride e. glycolipid :3. Sucrose is a dissochsride composed of the monosaccharide-s glucose and fructose. The hydrolysis of sucrose by the enzyme suctsse results in ,a.‘ bringing glucose and fluetose together to term sucrose. 11. breaking the bond bemoan glucose and fnrctose and fon’ni'ig new bonds from the atoms of 1iilater. F'WHaafien at water as a covalent bond is fanned bet-risen glucose and home to form sucrose. dfpmducfion ofwatertrom the sugar as bonds are brolren between the glucose montzirners- Frthe release ofwater from suo'ose as the bond between glucose and fructose is broken. gone ii. The expedmerital approach talten In current biological inyestigations presumes that ff simple organicoompounds can be synthesized in the laboratory horn Morganic processors. but complex organic compounds like carbohydrates and proteins can onty be Synthesized by trying organisrns. Jri'. alfl'tough a life force. or iiitalism. exists in Hiring organisms. this life force cannot be studied by physical or chemical methods. 11' living organisms are composed of the same elements pissent in nonliying things. plus a fear special trace elements found only in i'nring organisms or their products. d. living organisms can be understood in tennis ot the same physical and chemical laws that can be used to explain al natiJrat phenomena. e. a life terse ultimately controls the actirrr'ties or tlrring organisms and this tile force cannot be studied by physical or chemise methods. 5. When dternical, transport or rned’rarl'cai arc-1r is done by an organism. what happens to the treat generated? a. It is used to store energy as more ATP. b It is transported to specific organs such as the brain. c. Itisused topoyreryet nioreoeiluhworh. @fit is lost to the enyi'orirnent. a. it is used to generate ADP tram moleciide precursors Harrie "It Number— s. "rl'tl'l'ttd'l at the tetlewmg types at reastiens weuttt decrease ttte entrees tI'r'ili‘tir'i a eelt? a. resplratien d- eataeetism tr. digestlen @asseeiatien et preteine iete eltgerherie eernplettes e. htrdrutrsis - mast sells there are electrochemical gradients at rriant,r iens aereas ttte plasma membrane seen theth .- - are usually Dnljl' ene er hire eleeh'egenie pumps present in the membrane. The gradients etthe ether r. s are meet their generated by t g;- a. eettartseert emteins a“ fit“ 0%. if i- h. earner preteirtst‘ rest 1Lt." J. etlenehartttes TH Exalfrfihgrt‘ e. Whish efttte tettewing takes plane as an bee euee meets a eri'tlt‘? a. e eslerie ef heat energttI transferred item the ins to the i«it-tater at the drink. is. Evaperetiert ef the water in the drink irtereases. The speeifie heat at the 1.trlater in the dtinlt decreases. 'nelie energyI in the dlinit decreases. e. t'ulelemtar eetlislens In the drinlt intrease. ,tf lipids ef the membrane ,er.’ sir-asides 1. let-t ef the tethering is see efihe ways that the membranes etwlnter wheat are able te remain fluid :n it is extremely eeld'i' ' f a. by Increasing the pereentage et unsaturated ehesehetipids in the membrane r :5. titr- using aetltre transeert Id fifty decreasing the numher at hydrant-teats preteine in the nee-erase {33:84, .1 by mm the percentage ufehetesterel rrrttlecules in the membrane" R 3, 1* I r ,e'. by eeeanseen et glasses and hydra-gen if iii. The null-liens! infiJanfltlfln en a eereal hes sheets that see sewing efa dry cereal has 15D itiieeaiertes. If we were te hum ens sen-ting et the eereal, the ameunt et heat green efl‘ weuld he at: Flle'tent te raise the temperature at 3!] kg etwater teeter rrtantr degrees Celsius? . a. as“: h.1.t]"t.".'. e. teete d. sets e. are lrf'fl it .9“! it. s eempeme eentatns hydrant greups as its preeeminent funettenai gate. when at the fellewing statements is true stemming this eempeuttd? If: it laetts an astrttt metrie earmrt and it is grahath a tater lipid. y. It were term hydregen bends with water. lief It is l'ljl'dmphflb'l: refit sheuttt disseltre in a neneeiar set-dent. e. It shnuld disseltte in water. 12. What is the term used ter a pretein meteeute that assists In the prettier feltllng ef ether preieirta? a. tenant ring preteen ct. denaturing pretein h. ataeetenih e. erstrme pretein e. tertiary pretein 13. Humans sen digest stareh ttLit net eellttlese because a. the menemer et starch is glueese. tattle the rrreneiT-er et eelulese is galaetese. xii humans hare-er starch-digesting bacteria in the digestive traet it humans have enzymes that ean hydtetyza the beta {Eli eltreesldle linkages ef statish but net the alpha in} gltrtsesidit'. Inkeges et‘ eellttleae. tit humans l‘tH'rI'Et enzymes that ran hydrolyze the alpha tat gheesidie llnttages et stateh but net the beta {[3} gheesidie lirtltmes ef eelluleee. fit. the manner at starch is ghteese. 1iti’t'tile the ntenerner {If Wilmette ia malleaE. Marne FD Mumberh 14. 1ill-I'l'ien an ionio compound suoh as sodium ehioride [Neill] is pissed i1 water the oompenent stems of the '1 Matt crystal dissociate into individual sodium ions this") and chloride ions {Ct}. In oontrest. the atoms of _ ooyeiently hondeo moieouies (5-9., gluoose. suorose, gtyoarol} do not generally dissociate when placed in eoueoos soluljon. flsrnotie pressure depends upon the eonoenttation of parodies {molecules or ions] in e solution. 'i'il'hieh oi' the fieltowirg solutions 'irrould he expected to hays the reatest osmotic: pressure? e.1Le::~nI:ein|ng1.tImeieefHeGIane I15 meteethoese 2.? b. 1 L containing t15 rnoie of glucose n ‘5 o. 1 t. oontelning 9.5 mole of "act end 1t] mole of gluoose t 1- '~ '- 3- o- 1 L containing 1.1) mole of glucose l e. 1 L eonlsining 2.2 mole ofglyoerol P3 2. g . . - . “as Ms L.» . n.» or?“ . 15. A new orgaan Is empowered In the foresth of '3 Rice. Entrantsts there detern'Hne that the polypeptide seguenoe of hemoglobin from the new organism has T2 amino acid dilfererioes tron-i humerus, sooifieeioes from s gibbon, 52 oifierenees I‘mm strog, entree differerioesfi'orne rat . These data suggest that the new organism a. is more closety related to humans then to rats. h. may have evolved from humans but notfroa'n trogs or gihhons. fl " o. Is more doseiy related to humerus than to hogs. r“ u. may have evolved rim gate-ens but not rats. I, of?” e. s more closely related to rats than to humans- 1-. r“ 115. ~r'et: Examine two solutions: solution-I has a pH ol‘ 4'. solution T has a pH of 'r'. From this information. you can reasonably oonelude that . the oonoenttation of hydrogen ions in soIJtion it We as great as the eonoentretiaon of ..I hydrogen ions in semen ‘r. ' /bt’solution 'i' has no free hydrogen ions tH+i- the eonnenllel'm of hydrogen ions in solution it ' mes es greet es the oenoentretion of hydrogen ions in sotution "1". 1 . d- the oonoentretion of hydrogen ionstn WIUHDW .EIEIEI' times as greet es the oonoenh‘stton of hydrogen ions in solution 3.. ' e. None or the gnen enoioes oor‘reotty describes these solutions. 1]". Potysaeot‘oarides. lipids and proteins are similar in that they {I are synthesized from monomers hy the prooess of hydrolysis. ,h‘. all on‘rtsin nhrogen in their monomer building hlooits. e. are syndiesized from mot-renters by dehydration reeorions. d. are deoomposed into It'ieir subunits by dehydration reactions- ’1 are Synthesized a result oi peptide bond immttion between monomers. “Hg.” Ir _” 13. The structures of gluoose end fruetose are given at the right. These two moteouies iJ—I|:-—t:l-l ditterinthe W}: H m, E H ,5. types of carbon. hydrogen. and oxygen atoms. | | '1 arrangement 91 nelson. hydrogen. and oxygen atoms “13*” "-f—m :2. number of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms. “— 'F—c'" "—Ef—u' ,tt‘.‘ number of oxygen atoms joined to oertron atoms by double payment bonds. H - Frflt e er fl nLn'nher et double bonds it u m Muni- 19. 'Iulil‘hiolt ot the folio-tying statements is representative of the seeono lent.r of lt‘iennodynamits‘? ,anysry energy henstomtstion by s oeil decreases the entropy of the universe. .41? Conversion of energy from one form to another is stwsys eenompenien by some gain of free energy. {Heat represents a town ofenergy that can he used hy most organisms to do wont. d. Wrfliout an input ofenergy, organisms 1«troulti tend toners decreasing entropy. e. Cells require a oerstent input of energy to maintain their high level of organization. Name JD Numher_ 2t]. 1.ttl'hiol't of the following best describes chemical equilibrium? a. Fonyard and reverse reactions hat-e stooped so that the concentration of the reactants equals the concentration of the products. b. There are amial concentrations of reactants and products, and the reactions hairs stopped. c. concentrations of products are higher than the concentrations ofths reactants. d. Reactions stop only then all reactants have been oorwerted to products. a. Forward and reverse reactiru'isfintinye withnoefiecton the Wt“ reactants and products. 5'“ 21, The medical literath indicates thatAJhulemL a drug used! to relax bronchial mus-fies, thereby improufng airflow and oh‘er'mg reliel from asthma. consists onlyI of one tenantiorrier. Why is it important for this drug to consist of onlyr one enantiomeric tonn, rad-te' than a mixture at enanticrners? a. It is much teas expensive to synthesize one enantiomer at a time. gflifisrent onanliomers may have different or opposite physiobgical effects/f . Albuterol is an example of a mpouno forwhich only one enanlicrrner exists. id: E'Jnly the R-fon'n of Nontarol has coon studied: until more inl'on'nation is available. physician's prefer to use me pure fi—forrri. Jeff lt is impossiiie to synthesize min-auras of enanticmers. 22. Toy-Sachs disease is a human genetic abnorrrisllty ttiat results in cells mlmuleting and heoorriing clogged with very large and complex lipids. The disease primarily affects the brain, in which the normal ipio‘s are more complicated than in other tissues. and causes profound mental retardation and death- Which cellular ot'ganeile is most tiltety to he itwolrred in this «ammunition?l a. the endoplasmic reticulum g 3. d. the Golgi apparatus b. mltDlrhfll'tfll'lfl 1K fa e. rrieinhrsne-ticund nhfldl-DEHES F '1 .th - . c elysoscrns 1" $590; r. as. Midi of the toilet-ring statemnts aces dHTlJaion e'eeai ,deil‘hfiiDn cla solute occurs down its oonconthififih eraelent. X When a sotuticn is in equilibrium. the rate of diffusion in one direction is equal to the rate of o L diffusion tn the opposite direclion. - "3' c. Diffusion only occurs in the presence of Haiti ATPase. 1 Eng """ Eismosis can be defined as water diffusing down Its ccnoenllation gradient. '-. "'1 " . t . solutes dlll'use down tl'ielr concentrated gradients independenlty steers-i other. ' x "‘ 24. .Pt srrtell birthday candle is weighed. then light-ed and placed bertEallt a metal can containing tflfl mL'ot : t it wetter. Careful records are irept and piotted as the temperature of the ureter rises (figure. below right}. 1iI'il'l'iat amount of heat energy is released in the homing of this candle was? a. El} ltilocalories p-ergrarnolwairbuhted Hate-Eh ti. 1!} kilucalories per gram olwax hurried 9; ' . .- c- so kiiccsiones per gram or was burned L .3" d. 5 ltilocalcties per gram ofyiiair burned 1?? ' e. I15 kilo-calories per gram ultra-air hurried ' “- 25. [the strand of a DNA molecule has the sequence oftaases o E fi'A'I'I'GGAS'. What is the sequence of the mRMA that would magme [LDC-H in be coded by this sequence of bases? 3. TTMDGUE‘. @E'UGGMUE'. [L E'UMGGUE'. til- 3'UMCGT5'- e. EWCGUE'. 5t '3, D It EB. It a DNA sample were composed of 12% thyn'iirte. what weuid he the parcel-trays of guanine? .. molt-1‘3"" a. 3-H d. TE ' . mt ass __q e12 Trill:- o. impossible to tell from the gnren i ' U l" “.- s‘il 5’ {(1.6 r :9 'i: .r '1: 1' d _' T . == t r or y’ o H 'i- a F5"? a; a" l-r' 4 f It‘s r-J Maine JD Humber_ 21A eohition of n'tettoee at room temperature does not readily deoompose to gluoose beoause . maltose cannot be hydrolyzed in the presenoe of so mush eater. _ he maltose solution has less free energy than the gluoose solution. lathe hydrolysis of n‘raltose to glucose is andergnna (of maltose hydrolysis is nonspentaneous e- the activation energy for this reaction oeenot be easily reached at room temperature. se The sodium-potassium pump in animal eels requires oytoptastninATF to pump ions across the plasma membrane. When the proteins ot the pump are first synthesized in the rough EH. whet side of the ER membrane will the ATP bindlrtg site be on? a. lie-ill be ontheoytoplesn‘niosioeotflte EFt. h. It doesn't matter. because the pump is net entitle tn the ER. o. It: oould be facing in either direction because the oneotettoo of proteins is alt-rambled in the 'Golgi apparatus. d. It will be on the side facing the Interior of the ER. If @fs It 29. Why are tnn‘nan sex hormones considered to he Hotels? :I. They are essential oomponents at oett membrates. b. They are made of fatty aside. it. They oonetbule to atherosclerosis. "i d. They are hydrophilic compounds- e. They are steroids. whioh are not soluble in water. 3D. What ma'ntains the seoondary structure efa protein? a. peptide bonds at 'l a. disuttlde bonds who", .__j.;t c. phoephcdiaster amiss 1:. at” d. hydrogen bonds 't ' e. innit: bonds 31. ill-that Ishould be an unexpeoted oorlaeouenoe at changing one amino acid in a protein oonsistlng of 325 amino atom? a. The biological activity or function ofthe protein might be altered. 4"” b. The primary structure of the protein would be changed.” c Tl'letel'tiary store of the protein might be changed. -' l:|. Only a and are eons-ct. e. a. b, and o are stirred. 32. The solutions in the two arms ota Livtube (below, right} are separated by a membrane that is permeable to mlfland ghioose but not to assess- Side A is hell tiled with a solution of 2 M sucrose and I M gluoose. Side B is halt lined with 'l M sucrose and 2 till gluonse. Initially. the liquid leyels on both sides equal. In“ MET HIE Sister“ mastitis equilibrium. 'th'hflli ohanges are observed? '13- I' A i 5 xi‘. Their-tater level is unchanged. l|ilr ” a-L . ’ ,tt'Tl-lewalerlesetls higher in siseeeenmsieea t:- .'The rholerity of glucose is higher in side it than in side H- éThe molarin at suorose is equal on both sides. 513:? STE-m e. None of these answers is oorrecL “iii” es“ 3:]. Treoe elements are those required by an mganism in only minute quantities. Wltioh ot the following Is a trans element that is rentsred by hurrusns and other vertebrates? a. phosphome a nitrogen 11 iodine d. calcium e. sodium D r 1"}; 1 j, M'J' lrl I t t“ Heme_ ID NumheL 34. We are hedteeerhene ineeiuhte in water? a. They are tightel' than water. h. The materitg.r at their hands are paler eevatent earhen-te-hrdregen linkages. a. They are hydreehilis. d. The me‘ieritgtI at their hands are nerpetat' sevateht urbane-hydrogen linkages. e. They exhibit mid-arable mtewlar EtitlTlptfitlti‘tjl' and dilirerah'. 35. What ' the difterense heteeen etnralent hands and ionic hands? . Gauetent trends Inn-elite the transfer el elestrens tree-men atems. and lenii: bends int-she the sharing ef neutrene between atoms. h. Get-ratent bends inmate-e the sharing at etectrene between atoms, and ionic bends ineetue the ‘Eteehieat attraction between ateme. ’{Cmrdent bends 'I'wehre the ehering at eletene hehtreen atoms, and innit: hende initiative the ehartng at electrons heme-en atems. ,d’? Get-talent hertde involve the sharing et pretene hehtreen aterns. and their. hands intrehie the ehattng at neerh'ene between ateme ,ef. Cwatent hands ineelea the shaning at neutrens between ateme. and innit: hande ineehre the ehertng at etedrens heheeeri atoms. as. The Geigi apparatus has a palanhr, er sidedness. ta its sheeture and tunatien- Which afhte felhwing statements currently desenhes this peter-inn? _e. Seluhte proteins in the eisternae {inledefli ef the Gelgi may:I be sorted and medilied as they metre fmm ene elde ef the ICielgi tn the ether. 3. Tianepert 1ireetitnee fuse Initriti'i ene aide at the Getgi and leave from the eppeeite aide. e ell tit these eerreetty deeerihe pelardtereeterietm at the Geigi Medan. d. Preteirte in the membrane at the Golgi may be edited and medified as they metre tram tine side 01 the Geigi tn the ether. 5. Lipids in the membrane at the Gelgi mayI he sertett and medilied as they move tram ene side at the Geigi tn the ether. 3?. It a memeiene prete'tn In an animal nail is intrelired in the eatransp-ert et‘gtueese and sedlum inns inte the cell. which at the renewing is meet Iitteiy true? ,1. E A substance that tildethed aedium lane from binding tn the entranapett protein meld atee black the "_ tranepett {if ghmeae. ,te.’ Sed'rurn iena Inn metre deem the: electrochemical gradient 'tt'treugh the eeheneperter emether or net glueese is present ltit-tsitIe the ash. e. The eedittm iena are meeng dean their electrochemical gradient white glueeee ie meeting up. d. Gtumae is entering the sell ateng its saneentratleh gradient. ,e‘. Potassium lens met-e aeress the same gradient ae sediem iens. 33. Which of the fetlewing rneteeulae ef the ECtiIt ie meet invehred in transmitting eignate heheeen the ECM and the ngitesttelettzin‘ir ,1 a. settegen wintegrine ' t:i_ preteeglyeane e. middle tametta e. Ithrenaettn 39 Aearh-en siteteten l-e i:.i:in.vatertttl_.r bended ta teeth an amine greup and a eaer gteup. |li'iihen planed in water it a. ta impaesihie In determine here it maid tunetien. h. emu tunetien as hath anaeid and a base. it. weuld he‘ietien enhr as an acid heeause at the eerhexyl green- d. wetttd l'|.tnl.::1ii:it'ierntziiI aaa haeeh-eeaueeet'the amine green- eweutd ninetth aerteifl'termaeid here heee. i—Zt- Name ID NLIJ‘I'rber__ all wrest type at organelle rs pnmanty Involved rn the synthesis of oils. ohcsprrolrpids. and steroids? a. mitochorrdrion d. smoolh endoplasmic reticulum b. riboeome e. oonhadite 'u'emoie o. Iysosnnte 41. “fee oor‘rsider the heaters. one at whlcl'r contains a solution at Hill at pH = LEI: the other oontarns a solution of HeflH at pH = 13. Into a third beaker. you clearly {and cautiously} pour 20.0 mL of the HGL and 20-0 mL ofthe HeDH. Alter complete stirring, the pH of the mixture will be e. 2. D. I}. 5.4:]. :2. iii]. d. 9.11 a. 12.121. 42. The cell rr-ralls of bacteria, fungi, and plat-rt cells and the eshecelluler manor of animal cells are all ctrtemal to the plasma membrane. Which of the follows-g Is a characteristic of all of these extracellular snnctures'i' f. They must choir water and small molecules in order to regulate the eschenge of matter and ergy with their environment. . They must permit infon'naticn transfer bEMHI'I the cell‘s cytoplasm and the nude-us. {They must provide a ring structure that rna'rrrtalns an appropriate ratio of cell surface area to volume. - d. They are osnposed ol‘a mixture of lipids and carbohydrates trey are constructed of materials that are largely synthesize-:1 in the cytoplasm and then sported out of the cell. Please use the spaces provided below to more: the following short answer questions to the best ofyour ability. Answers that exceed the space will receive a very low soon: {such as a 1}}. #3. [T points]: Blood contains significatt amounts of both phosphate and bicarbonate ions. The plats for the ionization of the rater-ant chernicel species are given betel-r. ir'r'hioh of the Mo butler systems solid be more eltective in maintaining the blood at a pH of H? 'Irflrfhy'i' Gan you describe any other aspect of the better system that would be relevant to your answer? _ I 11"“ VHFM‘L last!” a we laser sets...” s has; i. [leaf-r.“ in: We? c‘F Hmong. It “will”; “(light h NH I I :4 “3 E's"- lh: raise tiLL‘fllllr. fihflufti' 13F Ml.“ Cd, (“aim Heal Hafidfih‘j Exit-t? h} lanth- raw.” at; lift-lid ha f-xs‘nlnlrlfhtlr" [solute-93H. 'l rl' I cant Laud-1:“ rtqu at H lsJ'L r'I-"‘L [pi looms as. {5 total points} Indicate whether each otthe following cellular inclusions is found in a p1ant {F}. on animal (Al. or holt‘l {El}. _ .. Whore found? Inclusion Narnia ID Number; 45- [4 points tater} Labelaam fifths rum-ling trampled mechanisms ufanefl as aware {A} erpcassi‘ueiF}. 5M. [3 paints each] Define the [anew-E15 with i phrase :11: hfief sentence. Dun’t exceed the space provided; it is quite suffident for an excellent answer. a. reducfinnism Refinemenhh 1.: “1! PM“: oi :eenrnfinll CEHE‘EK 3 Skpm Inn-51} Mil-fitti— uniix Wk cw? «Ft-IKE 'ha FHLQF. ___ 1 ___. . ___n— ___-— Fd-hrfllwthn 1‘ a. fi‘Em-r Ffbw:n ILLfi-l- Eunflfhl {J- Hl‘l fl Hm! Eth-HFfulmr 4.1.1:”..qu e. eleelrunegtivity Eu<+¥fim5afiu€hf i5 Em” fihm‘! 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