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C485ExamIII2010 - C485 Exam III Fall `10 Name_ Legible...

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C485 Exam III Fall ‘10 Name___________________ Legible please! Do not use acronyms. Use structures whenever they are asked for, or appropriate. Your explanations should be brief . Overly lengthy answers with irrelevant or erroneous material will receive deductions. GOOD LUCK 1. (14 pts total) Complete the chart. a.) 10 pts. Fill in the boxes with the 20 amino acids according to their precursors (name or structure acceptable). b.) 4 pts. Circle the essential amino acids. Each correct circle is worth 0.5 points, and for each incorrect circle, 0.5 points will be deducted. Oxaloacetate Pyruvate Ribose 5-phosphate Phosphoenolpyruvate and erythrose 4- phosphate α -Ketoglutarate 3-Phosphoglycerate
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2. (11 pts) List the 20 amino acids under the correct heading (name or structure). Glucogenic Ketogenic B o t h 3. (12pts) Outline the degradative pathway for leucine. What steps in this pathway are akin to steps involved in fatty acid oxidation or synthesis?
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4. (8 Pts) What are the requirements for biological nitrogen fixation in terms of electrons/nitrogen molecule and ATP consumed /nitrogen molecule fixed. Does the
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course CHEM C485 taught by Professor ben burlingham during the Fall '11 term at Indiana.

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C485ExamIII2010 - C485 Exam III Fall `10 Name_ Legible...

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