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Review test - Review testMic102 This test is purely extra...

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Review test—Mic102 This test is purely extra credit and is not required . If you wish, hand in the answers on a blue scantron, with your name and student ID# and “FORM A ” filled in. No tests will be accepted after 2:11 PM on September 30. This test is to represent ONLY your own work. It is “open book.” Note that you are subject to the UC Davis honor code. The intention of this test is to make sure that you are up to speed for Mic 102. If there is material in this test you find baffling, take that as a sign that you need to review. 1. What is the point of a living thing? a) to survive b) to reproduce c) to evolve d) to change its environment 2. Consider a molecule of oleic acid: CH 3 -(CH 2 ) 16 -COOH. Which part of this amphipathic molecule is hydrophilic? a) the CH 3 group b) the 16 CH 2 groups c) the COOH group d) the whole thing 3. Consider a molecule of oleic acid. In comparing the carbon of the CH 3 , and the carbon of the COOH, what can be said? a) the COOH carbon is more reduced b) the COOH carbon is more hydrophobic c) the COOH carbon is more oxidized d) the COOH carbon is functionally identical to the CH 3 carbon 4. In glycolysis and the Krebs cycle, carbon atoms get oxidized. What gets reduced?
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course MIC 102 taught by Professor Appleman during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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