HW_Ch 9 and 10 - HW Ch 9 10 MCQ 1 A complete enzyme that...

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MCQ: 1) A complete enzyme that consists of a protein component and a nonprotein component is called a(n) A. apoenzyme. B. heteroenzyme. C. holoenzyme. D. multienzyme. 2) Enzymes catalyze a reaction by A. decreasing the amount of energy released by the reaction. B. increasing the amount of energy released by the reaction. C. decreasing the activation energy of the reaction. D. increasing the activation energy of the reaction. 3) Metabolic channeling involves the localization of __________ in different parts of a cell in order to influence the activity of metabolic pathways. A. activators B. repressors C. substrates and enzymes D. inhibitors 4) When the end product of a pathway inhibits catalysis of the first step of that pathway, this phenomenon is called A. reversible covalent modification. B. feedback inhibition. C. metabolic channeling. D. non-competitive inhibition. 5) The theoretical maximum net gain of ATP per molecule of glucose metabolized aerobically in eukaryotes is
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2012 for the course BIO 326R taught by Professor Whiteley during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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HW_Ch 9 and 10 - HW Ch 9 10 MCQ 1 A complete enzyme that...

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