When co 2 binds to hemoglobin it reacts directly with

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9. When CO 2 binds to hemoglobin, it reacts directly with: a. porphryn ring. b. ferric iron. c. C-terminal amino acid. d. N-terminal amino acid. 10. The Bohr effect of oxygen binding to hemoglobin A is explained by pH drop of 0.2 results in: 11. The type of bi-substrate enzyme reaction mechanism that involves a chemically modified enzyme is: 12. Enzyme(s) regulated by covalent modification involving hydrolysis of a peptide bond is(are): 13. Glucuronic acid has: a. carbonyl and keto groups. b. carboxyl and methyl groups. c. carboxyl and alcohol groups. d. only alcohol groups. e. none of the above. 14. Glycogen is branched ( α 1,6) so that it has many: 15. Bacterial cell wall peptidoglycan contains:
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16. Each D-glucose unit in cellulose is 0.45 nm long. Consider bamboo which can grow at a rate of 1.25 cm/hour under optimal conditions. In order for this to occur, how many glucose units per second are added to a growing chain of cellulose oriented in the direction of growth.
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