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 Exam
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 Frequently
Asked
Questions
 •  20‐25Multiple
choice
questions
 •  About
5
short
answers
 LS
2
 Most
Asked
Questions 
 •  What
will
the
exam
cover?
 –  ALL
the
lectures
starting
from
the
beginning
of
the
 quarter
until
Monday s
lecture
(1/30)
 Most
Asked
Questions 
 •  Do
I
need
to
know
the
20
amino
acids?
 –  Yes.
Name,
R
group
classification
(polar,
non
polar,
 positively
charged,
negatively
charged,
essentials)
 •  Do
I
need
to
know
all
the
diseases
you
 mentioned
in
class
 –  Yes.
 1 2/1/12 Most
Asked
Questions 
 •  What
do
I
need
to
know
about
glycolysis?
 –  All
the
chemical
reactions
(reactant,
product,
 enzyme
used,
NADH
produced,
ATP
used
or
 produced)
 •  What do I need to know about pyruvate oxidation? –  The chemical reaction Most
Asked
Questions
 •  What
do
I
need
to
know
about
the
Citric
Acid
 Cycle?
 –  The
reactant
that
starts
it
 –  Only
the
final
outcome
(NADH,
FADH2,
ATP)
 –  No
need
to
know
the
chemical
reactions
 •  What
do
I
need
to
know
about
the
electron
 transport
chain?
 –  How
the
process
occur
(how
electrons
and
H+
 travel)
 –  The
names
of
all
the
ETC
components
 Most
Asked
Questions
 •  What
else
about
Cellular
Respiration?
 –  Everything
we
talked
about
 •  Where
are
the
exam
questions
coming
from?
 –  The
lecture
notes
 –  Anything
presented
in
the
class
is
fair
to
ask
 –  Make
sure
you
look
at
every
slide
presented
in
 every
lecture
and
understand
it
 Most
Asked
Questions
 •  Do
I
need
to
read
the
textbook?
 –  Recommended.

 –  Read
about
the
information
we
talked
about
in
 class
 –  No
need
to
know
the
info
found
in
the
book,
but
 not
presented
in
lecture
 •  Do
I
need
to
know
the
names
of
scientists?
 –  No.
 2 2/1/12 Most
Asked
Questions
 •  What
about
the
information
in
the
textbook
 that
you
did
not
talk
about?
 –  No.

I
will
only
test
you
on
the
information
I
talk
 about.
 •  Is
the
paper
on
exam
1?
 –  No.


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