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BioChem Test 1 study guide 1. According to the cell theory, what must a cell contain? 2. What are the two types of cells and what are their characteristics? 3. What is the basic unit of life? 4. Where do cells come from? 5. How do plant and animal cells differ? 6. What is the energy source of phototrophs and chemotrophs? 7. How do autotrophs obtain carbon? 8. What are the important organelles inside a eukaryote? 9. What are the important organelles inside a prokaryote? 10.What is the function of vacuoles? 11.List 5 funtional groups. 12.Which functional groups have a double bonded oxygen?
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13.What is the purpose of functional groups? 14.Are carbohydrates organic? 15.By what reaction are macromolecules hooked together? What is the mechanism? 16.Which of the following are macromolecules? a. Carbohydrates b. Lipids c. Nucleic acids d. Nucleotides e. Proteins f. Acyl units g. Transporters h. Alien aircrafts i. bunnies j. All of the above k. None of the above l. Some of the above m. Becky gives too many choices -- I’ve forgotten the question and started to think about Monty Python and the Holy Grail 17.Amino acids are hooked together by what reaction? And to make up what?
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18.What are the subunits of polysaccharides, carbohydrates, lipids and nucleic acids? 19.What are the major functions of proteins? 20.What macromolecule is used to store energy? 21.What macromolecule is used for energy? 22.What does the concept of entropy say about energy? 23.When something is being built up, what else must happen? 24. CO2 + H2O + sunlight ? 25.If a molecule starts with a neutral charge and at the end of a reaction has a positive charge, was the reaction an oxidation or reduction reaction? 26.What system convert energy of electrons to ATP? 27.Is energy required or released in an endergonic reaction? 28.What is the role of ATP? 29.This reaction represents anabolism or catabolism?
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a. AB=A+B 30.What controls feedback inhibition? 31.How does it control it? 32.What is the genetic material? 33.What is DNA transcription?
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