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Name: gggg Score: 0 / 32 (0%) A.P. Ch. 6-8 Review Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. A 1. For an enzyme to function, what kind of energy must be provided? a. combination b. activation c. thermal d. electrical e. solar ANSWER: B 2. In the cyclic pathway, a. ATP alone forms. b. ATP and NADPH form. c. oxygen is a by-product. d. water participates in the process. e. two photosystems are involved. ANSWER: A 3. Which reaction is NOT an exergonic reaction? a. protein synthesis b. digestion c. fire d. respiration e. movement ANSWER: A 4. Cellular respiration a. is the mechanism that evolved to enable living organisms to utilize energy stored in glucose. b. occurs only in animal cells because plants carry on photosynthesis. c. utilizes fat as its primary energy source. d. occurs at the same rate throughout all cells of the body. e. is the only cellular mechanism that yields ATP. ANSWER: A 5. Energy a. cannot be produced by fungi and heterotrophic organisms. b. involves ATP in living organisms. c. is the ability to do work. d. usage is governed by the laws of thermodynamics. e. all of these Page 1 of 6 A.P. Ch. 6-8 Review 6/27/2011 http://www.lew-port.com/10712041113402793/lib/10712041113402793/ap_chapters/ap_c. ..
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ANSWER: E 6. In the breakdown of glucose, a phosphorylated six-carbon compound is split into two three-carbon compounds which are named a. phosphoglyceraldehyde (PGAL). b. pyruvate. c. acetyl-CoA. d. lactate. e. acetaldehyde. ANSWER: A 7. Allosteric inhibition is generally a result of a. excess substrates. b. binding of regulatory molecules at another site. c. a change in the temperature of the system. d. a lack of coenzymes. e. pH inhibition. ANSWER: B 8. When light excites chlorophyll, the chlorophyll molecule a. changes to carotene. b. becomes agitated and moves rapidly. c. becomes radioactive. d. absorbs the energy and moves an electron to a higher energy state.
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