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Unformatted text preview: Please Write Your Name Here:__________________________________________ PLEASE READ THESE DIRECTIONS ! Bubble in the VERSION (A,B,C or D) on your Scantron. Write the Exam Number (Upper right hand corner of exam) on your Scantron. Check the last page for questions. There are 42 Questions: 40 = 100%. Choose the BEST answer for each question. Please read each question carefully and accurately. Take your time and good luck! 1 Saponification results in the production of : A) cholesterol and the salts of fatty acids B) glycerol and fatty acids C) glycerol and the salts of fatty acids D) cholesterol and fatty acids 2 Which type of inhibitor will result in a lower Vmax in Michaelis-Menton kinetics ? A) competitive B) all inhibitors result in a lower Vmax C) allosteric D) noncompetitive 3 Which would be the inactive form of an enzyme ? A) a holoenzyme B) all the answer choices are active forms of enzymes C) ishkabibbleogen D) ishkabibblease 4 Which Lipids are used for the structure of membranes? A) Triglycerides B) Lecithins C) Glycolipids D) Fatty Acids 5 The lipid-bilayer in the common model for membrane structure is com- posed of: A) glycolipids B) steroids C) phospholipids D) triglycerides 6 Enzymes : A) do not affect the rate of a reaction. B) increase the energy of activation of a reaction. C) do not affect the Keq of a reaction. D) increase the Keq of a reaction. 7 Which statement(s) is/are true ? A) All holoenzymes have cofactors. B) All enzymes have coenzymes. C) All of the answer choices are true. D) All proteins are enzymes. 8 Phospholipids are highly polar. Are they soluble in water ? A) maybe B) yes C) they are used to make bile, right ? D) no 9 Which of these vitamins is most likely to cause toxic reactions if taken in high doses ? A) B12 B) E C) Biotin D) D) Fatty Acids 5 The lipid-bilayer in the common model for membrane structure is com- posed of: A) glycolipids B) steroids C) phospholipids D) triglycerides 6 Enzymes : A) do not affect the rate of a reaction....
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course CHEM 1515 taught by Professor Bertsilverman during the Summer '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.
- Summer '10