Fall 2002 Midterm - Name _ Student number _ University of...

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Name _____________________________ Student number ____________________ University of Guelph Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Chem*2580 Introductory Biochemistry Midterm Examination. October 22, 2002. Time allowed, 75 min. Answer questions 1-20 on the computer scoring sheet provided. Only one option is correct for each of these questions. If your computer scoring sheet has space for a nine digit student number, leave two spaces on the left blank and enter the number in the seven spaces on the right (see figure). Use pencil to fill in the circles representing your chosen answer; and erase cleanly if you make an error. Do not use ink or white-out on the computer scoring sheet. You may mark your answer on the question paper for your own records, however in case of a discrepancy between question paper and the computer scoring sheet, the choice shown on the computer sheet will be taken as final. Answer questions 21-24 directly on the question paper. Constants and other data required for numerical problems can be found on the last page. Questions 1-20 have a weight of 1 mark each 20 marks Questions 21-24 have marks as indicated 20 marks ======= 40 marks total Q. 21 Q. 22 Q.23 Q.24 _______ ______ ______ _______ 5 54 6 subtotal
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Answer the questions 1-20 on the computer scoring sheet. Value 1 mark each 1. The catalytic triad of chymotrypsin consists of the amino acids A) His, Lys, Arg B) Asp, His, Ser C) Ser, Asp, Asn D) Trp, Tyr, Phe E) Ser, Gly, Pro 1) A B C D E 2. Which of the following amino acids causes ammonia to be released when it is hydrolysed by acid? A) Ser B) Lys C) Asn D) Ala E) Cys 2) A B C D E 3. When the following peptide is fully digested by trypsin, how many peptide fragments are expected? Ala-Lys-Tyr-Ser-Phe-Arg-Trp-Pro-Lys-Gly-His-Thr A) 5 B) 4 C) 3 D) 2 E) 1 3) A B C D E 4. What is the pH of the buffer formed by adding 0.080 mol of HCl to 0.100 mol tris base in a total volume of 1.00 L, given pKa = 8.10 for tris base? A) 7.40 B) 7.50 C) 8.10 D) 8.70 E) 8.80 4) A B C D E 5. Identify the amino acid drawn at the right: A) His B) Trp C) Pro D) Asn E) Arg 5) A B C D E 6. Inhibition of an enzyme can be identified as competitive if kinetic measurements show that, when inhibitor is present: A) both K M and V max increase B) V max increases but K M is unchanged C) K M
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