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Name: _____________________ Student Number: __________________ Page 1 (of 4) ________________________________________________________________________________________ THE UNIVERSITY OF MANITOBA February 19, 2007, 2:00 PM Biochemistry II Mid-term Examination Time: 2 hours MBIO / CHEM 2370 Examiners: P. Loewen, J. Stetefeld ________________________________________________________________________________________ 1. Answer ALL questions in the space provided. (You may use the back of the page if necessary.) 2. The exam will be marked out of 100 and count 25% of your final grade. 3. Questions during the exam period to invigilators about the exam will NOT be answered . Marks 15 1 . Using structural formulae and the names of the products and reactants and the names of all enzymes and coenzymes, describe five enzymatic reactions involving the coenzyme thiamine pyrophosphate. 10 2 . Using structural formulae outline the mechanism in any one of the five enzymes that results in a “two carbon fragment” becoming attached to thiamine pyrophosphate.
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Name: _____________________ Student Number: __________________ Page 2 (of 4) Marks 10 3. Using compound names only describe the glycolysis and TCA cycles along with relevant balancing 2 reactions indicating locations where energy is used or released and CO is generated.
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2011 for the course MBIO 2370 taught by Professor Spearman during the Winter '11 term at Manitoba.

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