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What is the meaning of catabolic pathways?

What is the meaning of catabolic pathways?


School: Mississippi State University
Department: Engineering
Course: Biology I-SI
Professor: Victoria mccurdy
Term: Spring 2017
Cost: 50
Name: Exam Two Study Guide
Description: This study guide is a short quick way to go over everything that will be on the next exam.
Uploaded: 10/06/2017
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Exam Two Study Guide 

What is the meaning of catabolic pathways?


1. Semipermeable

2. Glycosylation

3. Electrochemical Gradient

4. Tonicity

5. Osmosis

6. Turgor Pressure

7. Plasmolysis

8. Exocytosis

9. Endocytosis

a. Phagocytosis

b. Pinocytosis

c. Receptor

10. Energy

11. Chemical Reaction

12. Metabolism

13. Catabolic Pathways

14. Anabolic Pathways

15. Ribosomes

16. Enzymes

17. Substrate

18. Active Site

19. Activation Energy

20. Inhibitors

a. Competitive Inhibitors

What is the meaning of anabolic pathways?

b. Noncompetitive Inhibitors

21. Cofactors

22. Heterotrophs

23. Autotrophs

24. Aerobic Respiration

25. Fermentation

26. Photosynthesis

27. The Calvin Cycle

28. C3 and C4 Plants

29. CAM Plants

30. Answer (and Explain):

1. What type of molecules does the cell membrane block and what type of molecules is the cell membrane  permeable to?

2. What is active transport? (concentration, energy or no energy?)

3. What are the two forms of energy? If you want to learn more check out What replaces ford as the world’s largest automobile manufacturer?
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4. What is Gibbs free energy?

5. Explain how reaction rate can be increased, and what is it called when it reaches its maximum potential? 6. List and explain the three different primary factors that can affect enzymes/enzyme catalyzed reactions. 7. What are the structures of the mitochondria?

What are the two types of inhibitors?

8. What are redox reactions and how does one know if something is oxidized or reduced? 9. What are the four stages of aerobic respiration?  Explain each stage in detail. Don't forget about the age old question of How does the hypothalamus control the endocrine system?

10. What is ATP synthase’s job and how is it structured?

11. When is fermentation used?  Explain the process of fermentation.

12. What uses photosynthesis?

13. What is the structure of chloroplasts?

14. What are “pigments”?

15. What is chlorophyll and what are carotenoids?

16. What are the stages of photosynthesis?

17. Explain the entire process of photosynthesis in detail

18. What is the calvin cycle?  Explain its purpose.

19. How do hot and dry climates affect the calvin cycle? Don't forget about the age old question of What is the average number of comparisons for a successful search assuming all entries are searched with equal probability?
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31. Side Note:

32. If you can define all the terms well (I mean know them very well and all aspects of them) then that will help a ton.  When it comes to the Answer and Explain part you should just really focus on being able  to know entire processes like aerobic respiration like the back of your hand.  There are easier and much  shorter questions sprinkled about through that section but the ones that cover a lot of material you should  really know all of that material.  As long as you do this much you should perform really well on the exam,  if in doubt of course hit up each chapter’s study guide provided by the professor.

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