Binding co 2 11 the type of bi substrate enzyme

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binding CO 2 . 11. The type of bi-substrate enzyme reaction mechanism that involves a chemically modified enzyme is: a. ordered single displacement. b. random single displacement. c. ping-pong. d. tennis. e. basketball. 12. Enzyme(s) regulated by covalent modification involving hydrolysis of a peptide bond is(are): a. protein kinase. b. phosphatase. c. phosphorylase kinase. d. zymogens. e. adenylcyclase. 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: a. reducing ends. b. non-reducing ends. c. glucose at N-terminal. d. β 1,4 bonds. 15. Bacterial cell wall peptidoglycan contains: a. N-acetyl-glucosamine. b. α 1,4 bonds. c. Muramic acid. d. Trp-Ala-Glu-Ala.
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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. a. 2.78 x 10 8 . b. 2.78 x 10 4 c. 4.63 x 10 5 . d. 7.71 x 10 4 . e. 7.71 x 10 3 . 17. In a protein’s alpha helix, amino acid 7 (from the N-terminal end of the helix) is H-bonded to amino acid(s): a. 3 and 11. b. 4 and 12. c. 5 and 9. d. cis-Proline. e. 8. 18. Hairdressing salons are examples of practical biochemistry because they can: a. hydrolyze proteins. b. reduce and oxidize disulfides. c. label N-terminal amino acids.
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