test2 - Practice For T2 Bsc2010 Spring 06 This does not...

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Practice For T2 Bsc2010 Spring 06 This does not cover every topic, no practice example set can. It is a good starting point for study! 1. If in the first reaction in glycolsis, glucose receives a phosphate group from ATP then: a. the reaction is catabolic b. the reaction is anabolic c. the reaction is endergonic d. the reaction is exergonic e. the reaction is a redox reaction f. more than one is correct g. none is correct 2. A prophage is: a. phage DNA that has integrated into viral DNA b. Phage DNA tha has integrated into bacterial DNA c. Replicates only when the eukaryotic cell it infects replicates d. is an under developed lytic virus e. 3. Mad Cow disease is caused by a: a. Bacteriophage b. Retrovirus c. Viroid d. Prion 4. Although glucose molecules constantly diffuse into a cell along their concentration gradient, equilibrium is never attained and glucose continues to enter the cell. This is a direct result of: a. very fast glucose turn over b. excretion of glucose from other parts of the cell c. pinocytosis d. active transport
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5. Bacteria may share genetic material that has been picked up by bacteriophages in a process known as : a. conjugation b. transduction c. transformation d. none of the answers is correct 6. For each glucose that enters glycolysis, how many NADH are produced by the Krebs
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BSC 2010c taught by Professor Janewaterman,pamelathomas during the Spring '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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