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Test2(3) - BCH 4054 February 23, 2001 1. (8) HOUR TEST 2...

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BCH 4054 February 23, 2001 HOUR TEST 2 NAME_____________________ 1. Pyruvate kinase has a very large negative G o ', and so the reaction operates with a large negative G and is essentially irreversible. (8) (a) How do animal cells carry out the conversion of pyruvate to phosphoenol pyruvate? Give the reactants, products, (names or structures) and the name(s) of the enzyme(s) involved. Page Points 1 ____ 2 ____ 3 ____ 4 ____ Total ______ (4) (b) How do C-4 plant cells carry out this conversion? Give the reactants, products, (names or structures) and the name(s) of the enzyme(s) involved. (10) 2. Rubisco is the most abundant protein in the biosphere. What is the full name of this enzyme? It reacts with both CO 2 and with O 2 . Identify both reactions by giving the structure of the reactants and products .
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BCH 4054 --Hour Test 2 Page 2 Name________________________ (22) 3. Hormonal regulation of glycogen metabolism and glycolysis in liver and muscle is similar in some respects, and different in others. Compare and contrast the two tissues by filling
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This note was uploaded on 05/22/2011 for the course BCH 4054 taught by Professor Logan/gilmer during the Spring '06 term at FSU.

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Test2(3) - BCH 4054 February 23, 2001 1. (8) HOUR TEST 2...

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