B-228 Practice Review Questions for lecture exam IV with answers

B-228 Practice - Lecture Exam IV Practice Review Questions Cellular Metabolism and Urinary System(and small amount on Fluid Balance Electrolytes

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Lecture Exam IV Practice Review Questions Cellular Metabolism and Urinary System (and small amount on Fluid Balance, Electrolytes, and Acid/Base Balance) 1. Where does glycolysis occur? a. matrix of the mitochondrion b. cristae of the mitochondrion c. cytoplasm d. lysosome 2. Where does the Kreb’s cycle occur? a. matrix of the mitochondrion b. cristae of the mitochondrion c. cytoplasm d. lysosome 3. What is the NET production of ATP in aerobic respiration prior to the ETC? a. 2 b. 4 c. 32 d. 36 4. How many ATP’s are produced outright/directly in the Kreb’s cycle from the breakdown of 1 glucose molecule? a. 2 b. 4 c. 32 d. 36 5. How many net ATP’s are produced in glycolysis from the catabolism of 2 glucose molecules? a. 2 b. 4 c. 32 d. 36 6. In aerobic respiration, what is the ultimate electron acceptor molecule? a. pyruvic acid b. oxygen c. lactic acid 7. How many acetyl-CoA molecules are produced from the catabolism of 2 glucose molecules? a. 2 b. 4 c. 6 d. 8 e. 10 8. Where does the ETC function? a. matrix of the mitochondrion b. cristae of the mitochondrion c. cytoplasm d. lysosome 9. Where does anaerobic respiration occur? a. matrix of the mitochondrion b. cristae of the mitochondrion c. cytoplasm d. lysosome 10. The addition of an electron, such as adding H, is a. reduction b. oxidation c. phosphorylation 11. When a substance is reduced a. it is energy poor b. it is energy rich c. it is smaller than before it was reduced 12. About 80% of the carbohydrates digested in the G.I. tract end up as a. sucrose b. fructose c. galactose d. glucose e. starch 13. The process of glycogen formation is known as a. glycogenolysis b. glycogenesis c. gluconeogenesis
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14. The catabolism of 1 glucose molecule in glycolysis results in the production of a. 2 molecules of citric acid b. 4 molecules of acetyl-CoA c. 2 molecules of NAD re d. 2 pyruvic acid molecules e. both c and d above 15. What is the NET production of ATP in anaerobic respiration, in the catabolism of 1 glucose molecule? a. 2 b. 4 c. 32 d. 36 16. What is the ultimate electron acceptor molecule if oxygen is NOT available? a. glucose b. pyruvic acid c. acetate d. oxygen e. lactic acid 17. The catabolism of 1 glucose molecule in the Kreb’s cycle results in a. 2 FAD re b. 6 NAD re c. 2 ATP d. all of the above e. none of the above 18. How many ATPs are produced via the ETC from the 2 NAD re that were produced in the transitions/conversion step? a.
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B-228 Practice - Lecture Exam IV Practice Review Questions Cellular Metabolism and Urinary System(and small amount on Fluid Balance Electrolytes

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