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III. If there are two different groups on each carbon, and thehighest priority groups for each carbon is on opposite sides, themolecule is denoted “trans” or “E” isomer. –IV. Geometrical isomerism occurs when there is restrictedrotation around a C=C double bond.XANSWER: C (2 statements are true)10. I. The 5’-end of a DNA contains a free hydroxyl.XII. The 3’-end of a DNA contains a free phosphate.XIII. In post-translational processes, splicing deletes introns.-IV. In post-translational processes, splicing weaves exonstogether.ANSWER: C (2 statements are true)11. Properties of a double helix.I. base pairingII. either right-handed or left-handedIII. parallelIV. A-T = G-CANSWER: B (3 statements are true)
enlargement of the liver.ANSWER: D (1 statement is true)X8. I. Tay-Sach’s and Sandhoff’s diseases both affecthexosaminidase A.II. The metachromatic leukodystrophy, the enzyme
arylsulfatase A is defective.
IV. Farber’s disease affects ceramidase.-ANSWER: A (All statements are true)
9. I. Stereoisomers are molecules having the same molecularformula but different connectivity.II. If there are two different groups on each carbon, and thehighest priority groups for each carbon is on the same side, themolecule is denoted “trans” or “Z” isomer. –X
7. I. The defective enzyme in GSD I is lysosomal alpha-glucosidase. -II. The McArdle’s disease involves liver phosphorylase. –XIII. GSD III is an abnormality of the branching enzyme.XIV. Von Gierke’s disease causes hypoglycemia and massive12. I. Vitamin C deficiency: ScurvyII. Vitamin A deficiency: XerophthalmiaIII. Vitamin D deficiency: RickettsiaXIV. Vitamin K deficiency: Excessive bleedingANSWER: B (3 statements are true)13. I. Vitamin B1 deficiency: Wernicke-Korsakoff SyndromeII. Vitamin B2 deficiency: CheilosisIII. Vitamin B3 deficiency: PellagraIV. Vitamin B5 deficiency: Burning Foot SyndromeANSWER: A (All statements are true)14. I. mRNA: messenger RNA; conveys info from DNA toribosomes.II. tRNA: transfer RNA; carry amino acids into the site ofprotein synthesis.III. rRNA: ribosomal RNA; integral part of ribosomes.IV. SnRNA: small nucleus RNA; removes introns.

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Term
Spring
Professor
Mona Laya
Tags
Sulfuric acid, Vitamin, vitamin D deficiency, tk, A Moscovium

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