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BILD 1 final - BILD1 / Spring 2006 / FINAL EXAM Traver /...

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BILD1 / Spring 2006 / FINAL EXAM NAME: ___________________________ Traver / Kiger Page 0 BILD 1 Spring 2006 FINAL EXAM PRINT YOUR NAME LEGIBLY ON EVERY PAGE!! ALL STUDENTS READ THE FOLLOWING WAIVER: By signing this waiver, I give permission for this exam to be left in an unsupervised and publicly accessible location in the Natural Science Building. This may expose my score to other students. If I do not sign this waiver, I acknowledge that this exam will be in the office of Ria del Rosario in Room 4119 of the Natural Sciences Building. All unclaimed exams not picked up by June 23rd will be discarded. ___________________________________________ _________________________ (Student Signature) (Date) PROBLEM: POINTS: 1. ________ (30 total) 2. ________ (30 total) 3. ________ (30 total) 4. ________ (30 total) 5. ________ (30 total) 6. ________ (30 total) 7. ________ (30 total) 8. ________ (30 total) 9. ________ (30 total) 10. ________ (30 total) Extra Credit ________ 15 points TOTAL ________ (300 points total)
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BILD1 / Spring 2006 / FINAL EXAM NAME: ___________________________ Traver / Kiger Page 1 PROBLEM 1. Macromolecules: Nucleic acids, Proteins, Lipids (30 POINTS) 1. (6 POINTS) An element has 10 protons in its nucleus. How many electrons does it have? _____ How many bonds can this element form with itself? _____ With hydrogen? _____ What is its valence? _____ Draw its electron shell diagram below: 2. (7 POINTS) Write the general name for each type of compound listed below: (a) CH 3 -CH 2 -COOH (b) CH 3 -CH 2 -CH 2 OH (c) CH 3 -CH 2 -CHO (d) CH 3 -CH 2 -CH 3 (e) From which molecule can the least energy be derived? (f) Why? 3. (7 POINTS) Answer all questions below for the molecule ATP (shown below): (e) Is “A” a purine or pyrimidine? (f) What makes the bond of ATP’s terminal phosphate group unstable? 4. (4 POINTS) Name four biologically important and distinct molecules that contain phosphorus. 5. (6 POINTS) Answer the following questions based on the following DNA sequence: 5’ – A T T C C G A C G G C C – 3’ (a) Write out the sequence of the complementary strand, labeling the 5’ and 3’ ends. (b) How many hydrogen bonds result from the base pairing of these two sequences? (c) What additional type of bond between adjacent base pairs helps stabilize DNA structure? (a) Label all carbon atoms numerically. (b) Point out the 5’ end. (c) Point out the 3’ end. (d) What does the letter “A” stand for?
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BILD1 / Spring 2006 / FINAL EXAM NAME: ___________________________ Traver / Kiger Page 2 PROBLEM 2. Cell Structure (30 POINTS) 1. (6 POINTS) Place the letter of ONE of the following events in the sequence that a new protein takes from the point of its synthesis to its secretion from the cell. This protein must be modified in the Golgi Apparatus.
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