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Bios 100 test 2 spring 2009 Identify the following items of importance in cellular respiration: A. Nicotinamide B. Oxaloacetate C. Citric acid D. feedback inhibition E. Pyruvate 1. a key step regulating the rate of glycolysis 2. the least energy rich compound in the Krebs cycle 3. the final end product in the process of glycolysis 4. the chemical from which NADH is made 5. the most energy rich compound in the cytric acid cycle Identify the following items of importance in photosynthesis: A. PEP carboxylase B. Rubisco C. Guard cells D. Mesophyll cells E. CAM 6. Contain PEP carboxylase 7. a kind of metabolism found in plants in arid environments 8. Fixes CO2 to form 4-carbon sugars in C4 plants 9. Enzyme responsible for fixing CO2 to ribulose 1,5 bisphosphate 10. regulate the opening and closing of stomata Identify the following items in biological systems: A. Translation B. Transcription C. Ribose D. phosphodiester E. trinucleotide 11. the sugar that forms the backbone of RNA 12. process of forming MRNA 13. process of connecting monomers of amino acids into proteins 14. bond that forms between ribose and phosphate 15. provides the energy needed to link nucleotides into strands of DNA
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How many molecules of ATP are there in a typical human cell? A. 1000 B. 10^6 (1 million C. 10^9 (1 billion) D. 6 * 10^23 E. 10^12 17. In a typical human cell, how many ATP molecules lose and then regain a phosphate group each minute? A. 3 B. 3000 C. 3 * 10^6 D. 3 * 10^9 E. 6*10^23 18. The process of electron transport and oxidative phosphorylation that includes cytochromes occurs in A. the cell cytoplasm B. the matrix of the mitochondria C. the inner membranes of the mitochondria D. chlorophyll E. the stroma of the chloroplast 19. The process whereby NAD+ goes to NADH is called A. oxidation B. reduction C. condensation D. hydrolysis E. polymerization 20. When carbon dioxide reacts with hydrogen to form formaldehyde and water, the carbon in formaldehyde is said to be A. oxidized B. reduced C. condensed D. split E. carbonated 21. The disease pellagra results from an insufficient amount of A. ATP B. formaldehyde C. pyruvate dehydrogenase D. glucose E. niacin
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This note was uploaded on 03/06/2011 for the course BIOS 101 taught by Professor Molumby during the Spring '08 term at Ill. Chicago.

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