Glutamate corresponding alpha keto acid nh3 and

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Glutamate Corresponding alpha keto acid NH3 and phenylalanine NO3-, SO42-, and carbohydrate Serine and homocysteine
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1/9/11 Which group of amino acids below is most related biosynthetically? Aspartate, serine, glutamate Alanine, glycine, serine Glycine, serine, cysteine Alanine, aspartate, asparagine Glycine, serine, and glutamate
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1/9/11 Which group of amino acids below is most related biosynthetically? Aspartate, serine, glutamate Alanine, glycine, serine Glycine, serine, cysteine Alanine, aspartate, asparagine Glycine, serine, and glutamate
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1/9/11 Serine biosynthesis requires NADPH NADH Glutamate A and B A and C
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1/9/11 Serine biosynthesis requires A. NADPH B. NADH C. Glutamate D. A and B E. A and C
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1/9/11 Glutamine Synthetase is regulated by a. Acetylation b. Phosphorylation c. Adenylation d. Phosphorylation e. Methylation
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1/9/11 Glutamine Synthetase is regulated by a. Acetylation b. Phosphorylation c. Adenylation d. Phosphorylation e. Methylation
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1/9/11 In Nature, atmospheric N2 fixation is a ________process, while nitrification is a ________ process Reductive, Oxidative Oxidative, Reductive Catabolic, Oxidative Catabolic, Reductive None of these.
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1/9/11 In Nature, atmospheric N2 fixation is a ________process, while nitrification is a ________ process Reductive, Oxidative Oxidative, Reductive Catabolic, Oxidative Catabolic, Reductive None of these.
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1/9/11 Which of the following groups contain the most closely related amino acids with regards to their degradation? Alanine, methionine, threonine Arginine, glutamate, aspartate Cysteine, glycine, valine Asparagine, aspartate, tryptophan Histidine, glutamine, arginine
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1/9/11 Which of the following groups contain the most closely related amino acids with regards to their degradation? Alanine, methionine, threonine Arginine, glutamate, aspartate Cysteine, glycine, valine Asparagine, aspartate, tryptophan Histidine, glutamine, arginine
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1/9/11 Nitrogen Fixation and amino acid. 1. The process of producing NO3 from NH4 is called: a. Nitrogen fixation b. Nitrification c. Denitrification d. None of the above
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1/9/11 Nitrogen Fixation and amino acid. 1. The process of producing NO3 from NH4 is called: a. Nitrogen fixation b. Nitrification c. Denitrification d. None of the above
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1/9/11 Nitrogen Fixation and amino acid. 2. Which is the important coenzyme that allows N2 to become NH3 a. Ferredoxin b. Flavodoxin c. Molybdenum-iron d. Iron-sulfur
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