Prevention of glucose from diffusing out of the cell

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prevention of glucose from diffusing out of the cellis the signal molecule to the cell that glycolysis is going to begin soon.
3. True or False: During fermentation one means of eliminating pyruvate is by converting it into lactic acid.
1. What is the primary byproduct of the TCA cycle? Select all that apply.
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2. True or False. The reactants of the TCA cycle directly enter and fuel the electron transport system.
1. In the absence of glucose, which of the following can be used as alternative energy sources? Select allthat apply.A. LactoseB. Nucleic acidsC. CarbohydratesD. LipidsA, C, D can all be used as alternative energy sources.
2. For the catabolism of proteins and lipids, which of the following enzymes are used? Select all that apply.
3. True or False. Theβ-oxidation pathway catabolizes the fatty acid chains of lipids.
1. Describe the relationship between chloroplasts and chlorophyll.
2. True or False: Chloroplasts are specific to algae and plants.
3. The process of photophosphorylation produces which of the following: select all that apply.
1. In phosphorylation, the light reactions always occur where?
2. True or False: The Calvin cycle must occur in the absence of light.
1. How many turns (or repititions) of the Calvin Cycle are required to generate one molecule of glucose?
2. Complete the following equation by placing the appropriate numbers where indicated.__CO2+ __ATP + __NADPH + __H20__C6H12O6+ __ADP + __NADP+
1. Match the following reactions to its corresponding enzyme:1. A + BA-B2. A-BA + B7
3. A¯+ BA + B¯4. Ab + CA + CbA- LyasesB- TransferasesC- OxioreductacesD- HydrolasesE- LigasesF- Isomerases1E2A3C4BModule 3 Exam1. A micrometer is defined as
2. True or False: A nanometer is longer than a micrometer.1. Resolution and contrast are two critical factors that influence your ability to see an object. Explain each.
1.Assuming a constant (non-adjustable) light source power, identify the part of the microscope you would
adjust to limit the amount of light entering the microscope.

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