Study Guide for Exam 1 (Chapters 20-21) CH 339L Chapter 20 Why must animals obtain carbohydrates from their diet? Where does the ATP and NADPH used for the carbon assimilation reactions come from? Where do the carbon assimilation reactions (i.e. Cal
Study Guide for Exam 2 (Chapter 18) CH 339L Spring 2009 Chapter 18 amino acid catabolism and the urea cycle Can you draw the structures of gln, glu, a-ketoglutarate, alanine, pyruvate, asp, oxaloacetate and urea? How do amino acids from dietary pro
Carbohydrate biosynthesis overview:
More reduced carbon compounds
Assimilation of CO2 to make carbs in plants:
CO2 Assimilation in 3 stages:
2 steps catalyzed by: 3-phosphoglycerate kinase Glyceraldehyde
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When does photorespiration occur in plants? A.When CO2. B.When C.When D.When rubisco uses O2 as a substrate instead of ATP is needed. the Calvin cycle is turned off. there is no sunlight.
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Which of the following occurs during the first cycle of fatty acid chain synthesis? A.The malonyl group from malonyl-CoA is transferred to the acyl carrier protein (ACP). B.The malonyl group is tr