Exam3_2010_V1

Amutationinthelaci

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Unformatted text preview: Electron
transport
chain

 b)
 Using
pyruvate
as
a
terminal
electron
acceptor
 c)
 Pentose
Phosphate
Pathway
 d)
 Calvin
Cycle

 
 28.

 This
organism
needs
to
recycle
NADH
in
these
cultures
to

 
 a)
 Produce
FADH

 b)
 Perform
oxidative
phosphorylation

 c)
 Catabolize
the
next
glucose
 d)
 Produce
oxaloacetate
for
amino
acids
synthesis
 
 29.
 The
maximum
hypothetical
yield
of
ATP
for
a
single
glucose
for
this
S.
pyogenes
under
any
 conditions
is
 
 a)
 2
ATP
 b)
 32
ATP
 c)
 34
ATP
 d)
 36
ATP

 
 
 6
 30.
 The
ATP
produced
from
each
glucose
by
S.
pyogenes
is
generated
exclusively
from
 
 a)
 Fermentation
 b)
 Glycolysis
 c)
 Pentose
Phosphate
Pathway
 d)
 ATP
synthase
 
 The
following
is
required
to
answer
question
31‐32.
 
 A
student
has
found
a
new
chemical
that
she
thinks
may
be
able
to
bind
DNA.

She
wants
to
use
the
AMES
 test,
utilizing
the
ability
to
reverse
a
HIS
auxotrophy
in
Salmonella.
She
makes
the
following
observations:

 
 1)
 The
TEST
chemical
results
in
100
HIS
prototrophs

 2)
 Control
without
any
chemical
results
in
2
HIS
prototrophs
 3)
 Control
with
ethidium
bromide
results
in
1...
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