Practice Exam II - BS 111 Practice Exam II(Kopachik 1 Which...

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BS 111 Practice Exam II (Kopachik) 1. Which of the following shows the most reduced state of carbon? a. -C-H b. -C-OH. c. - C=O. d. CO 2 . 2. A common electron carrier shuttle from the cytoplasm to the mitochondria in animal and plant cells is: a. NADH + . b. ATP. c. FADH 2 . d. Pyruvate. e. Both a and c. 3. The reactions that make relatively little ATP, occur in the cytoplasm, and do not require oxygen are those of: a. the Krebs cycle. b. the glycolytic reactions. c. cyclic photophosphorylation. d. non-cyclic photophosphorylation. 4. The ∆G for respiration of glucose to carbon dioxide and water is: a. -7.3 kcal/mole. b. + 7.3 kcal/mole. c. -686 kcal/mole d. +686 kcal/mole. e. – 53 kcal/mole. 5. Part of the energy investment phase of glycolysis is the reaction in which glucose is trapped within the cell by conversion to glucose-6-phosphate. True or false? a. True. b. False. 6. Which of the following is NOT correct regarding making ATP by substrate level phosphorylation in glycolysis or the Krebs cycle? a. Phosphofructokinase using fructose-6-phosphate makes one ATP. b. Phosphoglycerokinase using 1,3-biphosphoglycerate makes one ATP. c. Pyruvate kinase using phosphoenolpyruvate makes one ATP. d. Substrate level phosphorylation occurs in one reaction of the Krebs cycle.
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7. Find the INCORRECT match of the following enzymes or enzyme and their location in the cell. a. Krebs cycle enzymes : occurs in the cytoplasm. b. Pyruvate dehydrogenase : occurs in the mitochondria. c. Glycolysis enzymes : occurs in the cytoplasm. d. ATP synthase : occurs in the inner membrane of the mitochondria 8. The inputs to the Krebs cycle are: a. Oxaloacetate. b. Oxaloacetate and coenzyme A. c. Pyruvate and coenzyme A. d. NADH plus H + plus pyruvate. e. Oxaloacetate plus acetyl CoA. 9. The net output for the oxidation of glucose through oxidative phosphorylation including glycolysis and the Krebs cycle is: a. 8 ATP only. b. 2 ATP only. c. 38 ATP. d. 10 NADH plus 4 ATP. 10. The appearance of lactic acid in an animal muscle means: a. Recently there was less glucose used in anaerobic respiration. b. Many muscle cells have died. c. The muscle lacked enough oxygen. d. Fermentation is not occurring in this muscle. e. Glycolysis has failed because of a lack of NADH. 11. Substrate level phosphorylation has this characteristic: a. It occurs during the passage of electrons down the electron transport chain. b.
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