CHEM 1516 Practice Exam FINAL

CHEM 1516 Practice Exam FINAL - Biochemistry II CH1516 Dr....

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Biochemistry II CH1516 Dr. Bert Silverman posted to Blackboard 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. Beta Oxidation of Fatty Acids: A) takes place in the mitochondria of liver and other tissues. B) takes place in the cytoplasm of liver and other tissues. C) takes place only in the cytoplasm of liver. D) takes place only in the mitochondria of liver. 2. The Brain: A) can utilize many different types of molecules to make ATP. B) can use Fatty Acids to make ATP. C) can use Ketone Bodies to make ATP. D) cannot use Ketone Bodies to make ATP 3. The Purine ring structure: A) is always broken by catabolism in humans. B) is not broken by catabolism in humans. C) is used to synthesize Pyrimidines. D) is used to synthesize hemoglobin. 4. Which is one of the Ketone Bodies ? A) palmitate. B) glucose. C) acetoacetate. D) HMG-CoA 5. Fatty Acid Biosynthesis proceeds by the addition of ---?--- carbons at a time. A) 4 B) 3 C) 6 D) 2 Page 1
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Biochemistry II CH1516 Dr. Bert Silverman posted to Blackboard 6. Beta Oxidation is used to : A) synthesize steroids. B) catabolize Purines to uric acid. C) catabolize fatty acids to acetylCoA. D) synthesize fatty acids. 7. Creatine Phosphate: A) is the product of nucleic acid catabolism. B) is excreted by the kidneys. C) is a high energy compound used by muscles. D) can never be used to produce energy. 8. A) Salvage Pathways only. B) the Stork. C) De Novo synthesis and Salvage Pathways. D) De Novo synthesis only. 9. The purpose of the Urea Cycle is to: A) remove ammonia by converting it to urea and excreting it. B) make NADPH for biosynthesis.
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course CHEM 1516 taught by Professor Bertsilverman during the Fall '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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CHEM 1516 Practice Exam FINAL - Biochemistry II CH1516 Dr....

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