ch15 - Chapter 15: Glucose Catabolism Matching Choose the...

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Chapter 15: Glucose Catabolism Matching Choose the correct answer from the list. Not all the answers will be used. A) fructose-1,6-bisphosphatase B) pentose phosphate C) pyruvate decarboxylase D) hypoglycemia E) phosphofructokinase F) pyruvate G) thiamine pyrophosphate H) ATP I) galactosemia J) NAD + K) fluoride ion L) Emden-Meyerhof-Parnas 1. The enzyme ______ is not present in animals. Ans: C Section: 15.3.B Level of Difficulty: moderate Learning Objective: Fermentation: The Anaerobic Fate of Pyruvate 2. Vitamin B 1 is a component of the coenzyme ______. Ans: G Section: 15.3.B Level of Difficulty: moderate Learning Objective: Fermentation: The Anaerobic Fate of Pyruvate 3. One product of glycolysis under aerobic or anaerobic conditions is ______. Ans: H Section: 15.1 Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Overview of Glycolysis 4. Another name for glycolysis is the ______ pathway. Ans: L Section: 15.1 Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Overview of Glycolysis 5. The coenzyme ______ is the oxidizing agent in glycolysis. Ans: J Section: 15.1.A Level of Difficulty: easy 112
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Learning Objective: Overview of Glycolysis 6. ______ is an inhibitor of enolase. Ans: K Section: 15.2.I Level of Difficulty: moderate Learning Objective: The Reactions of Glycolysis 7. A genetic deficiency of a single transferase enzyme causes the medical condition known as _____. Ans: I Section: 15.5.B Level of Difficulty: moderate Learning Objective: Metabolism of Hexoses Other than Glucose 8. The enzyme _____ is the major control point for glycolysis in muscle. Ans: E Section: 15.2.C, 15.4.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: The Reactions of Glycolysis, Regulation of Glycolysis 9. NADPH used in lipid biosynthesis is produced by the ______ pathway. Ans: B Section: 15.6 Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: The Pentose Phosphate Pathway 10. The enzyme _____ participates in a regulatory substrate cycle with phosphofructokinase. Ans: A Section: 15.4.B Level of Difficulty: moderate Learning Objective: Regulation of Glycolysis Multiple Choice 11. Glucose is converted to ______ in skeletal muscle under anaerobic conditions. A) lactate B) ethanol and carbon dioxide C) propionate D) glycogen E) acetyl-CoA Answer: A Section: 15.3.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Fermentation: The Anaerobic Fate of Pyruvate 113
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12. Glycolysis produces a net of ______ ATP. A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) 4 E) more than 4 Answer: B Section: 15.1 Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: Overview of Glycolysis 13. Which of the following enzymes catalyzes the transfer of a phosphoryl group from ATP to glucose? A) hexokinase B) phosphoglucose isomerase C) glucose-6-phosphatase D) phosphoglucose mutase E) aldolase Answer: A Section: 15.2.A Level of Difficulty: easy Learning Objective: The Reactions of Glycolysis 14. The enzymes that catalyze glycolysis are located in the A) cytosol B) nucleus C) mitochondrial matrix D) inner mitochondrial membrane E) endoplasmic reticulum
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ch15 - Chapter 15: Glucose Catabolism Matching Choose the...

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