BMB_EXAM2_PRACTICE_TEST_I_MADE

BMB_EXAM2_PRACTICE_TEST_I_MADE - 1. Name the activated...

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1. Name the activated carriers that are coenzymes derived from B vitamins? a. NADH/NADPH (niacin) b. FADH/ FMNH2 (riboflavin) c. Thiamine pyrophosphate (thiamine) d. Biotin (biotin) e. Tetrahydrofolate (folic acid) f. Coenzyme A (Pantothenate) 2. Name the 2 activated carriers that carry small Carbon groups & what are these groups called? 1. 2. Acyl groups 3. Fill in the missing coenzyme or reaction type: Reaction type Coenzyme Group transfer to or from AA’s Pyridoxal phosphate Redox reactions NADH+/ FAD Aldehyde transfer Thiamine Acyl group transfer Coenzyme A Transfer of methyl groups; intramolecular rearrangements 5’ Deoxyadenosyl cobalamin ATP dependent carboxylation/ carboxyl group transfer Biotin Transfer of 1 C components; thymine synthesis Tetrahydrofolate 4. The activated molecule that carries CO 2 is the coenzyme of what vitamin? a. Biotin 5. Thiamine deficiency causes: a. Beri Beri b. Results in: weight loss, neurological dysfunction, heart problems
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