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Unformatted text preview: Exam Ill Cell Biology Nov. 9, 2004 Name: Total Points for this exam: 144 points TEST VERSION A Instructions: Failure to follow instructions correctly will result in point deductions '- Enter your name on the computer answer sheet. Fill out the bubble for the Test Version (top center on bubble sheet) ~ Enter your Student ID# on the computer answer sheet beginning with the left most column (there will be a blank column remaining on the right). Fill in the corresponding bubbles on the computer answer_ sheet for your ID number.- Multiple Choice questions are worth 3 points each. For each Multiple Choice question circle your answer on this exam and flll in the appropriate bubble on your computer answer sheet. For Multiple Choice questions you should choose the SINGLE BEST answer only. ~ When you complete the exam, tum in the computer answer sheet and keep your exam. 1) In the absence of NADP, when thylakoid membranes are illuminated they will A) Do nothing B) produce ATP from A-DP and Pi C) hydroiyzc ATP to ADP and Pi D) engage in cyclic electron flow E) B and Dare correct F) C and D are correct Matching indicate which group of organisms the process or structure is found in 2) RNA splicing A) Prokaryotes only 3) sigma factors B) Eukaryotes only 4) polyadcnylatcd mRN As C) Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes S) modification of Bases in rRNAs and tRNAs D) None of the above 6) anticodons 7) nucleosomcs 8) Shine-Delgarno sequence - Page: 1 I ' D) Lactatc and ATP Matching- choose the compartment or component thet best fits the description i 9) Protein-RNA complex that translates RNAs A) ` Smooth ER 10) Contain cristae B) Mitochondrion 1 1) Membrane containing cF0-cF1 _ C) Thylakoid 12) Cyclic electron flow -D) Ribosome ' 13) Electron transport for production of NADPH E) Nuclolus it 14) Electron transport for production of NADH F) Nuclear Pore 15) NES G) Heterochromatin 16) Reprcsses liver genes in brain cells f H) Centromerc 17) Oxygen produced from Water I) Telornere - J) none ofthe above 18) Femwntation of glucose in muscle cells produces A) CO2, lactate and ATP B) Lactate and NADH C) Pyruvate and ATP E) ethanol, C02 and ATP I9) The process by which acetyl Co-A can be used to make glucose is known as A) glycosylation ' B) gluconcogencsis _ C) glycol)/sis D) photorespiration E) Hatch-Slack pathway 20) The centromeres of human chromosomes cover long stretches of DNA. The long 20) The centromeres of human chromosomes cover long stretches of DNA....
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