Biochemistry 301 Exam 3 Study Guide.
Biochemistry 301 Exam 3 Study Guide. BBMB 301
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EXAM 3 STUDY GUIDE By: Emily Settle a) 680 nm b) ATP-ADP Translocase c) Binding-change d) Calmodulin e) Chemiosmotic Theory f) Chloroplasts g) Citrate h) Coenzyme Q i) Crassulacean Acid Metabolism j) Entropy k) FAD l) Flavin Mononucleotide (FMN) m) Glucagon n) Glutathione Reductase o) Glycerol-3-Phosphate p) Glycogen Synthase q) Glycogenin r) Harvest s) Heterotrophs t) Hexose Monophosphate Pool u) Isocitrate Dehydrogenase v) Magnesium w) McArdle disease x) Metabolon y) Mitochondria z) Nonoxidative aa)Oxaloacetate ab) Phosphorolysis ac)Phosphorylase Kinase ad) Protein Phosphate 1 (PP1) ae)Reducing af) Respiration ag) Rubisco ah) Succinate Dehydrogenase ai) Sucrose aj) Thiamine Pyrophosphate ak)Transaldolase al) Transketolase am) UDP-Glucose an) β-carotene 1. (aa) - The citric acid cycle intermediate is at both the beginning and the end of the citric acid cycle. 2. (g) - The product found by the condensation of oxaloacetate and acetyl CoA. 3. (x) - A name suggested for associated multienzyme complexes in metabolism. 4. (u) - The primary control point of the citric acid cycle. 5. (r) - The function of the citric acid cycle is to [BLANK] high- energy electrons. 6. (ff) - An ATP-generating process in which an inorganic substance such as oxygen serves as the ultimate electron acceptor. 7. (h) - The electron carrier [BLANK] is a derivative of quinone and has an isoprenoid tail. 8. (hh) - The citric acid cycle enzyme [BLANK] is also part of an electron-transport complex. 9. (l) - The prosthetic group in Complex I that accepts electrons from NADH. 10.(y) - Where oxidative phosphorylation occurs in eukaryotes. 11.(j) - The thermodynamic driving force of ATP synthesis caused by the pumping of protons. 12.(c) - The mechanism for the proton-driven ATP synthesis. 13.(o) - Dihydroxyacetone phosphate is a part of the [BLANK] shuttle. 14.(e) - The name given to the hypothesis proposed by Peter Mitchell to explain how ATP synthesis is coupled to electron transport. 15.(b) - Attractyloside inhibits the mitochondrial protein [BLANK]. 16.(f) - Location of Photosynthesis. 17.(v) - Chlorophyll a contains a [BLANK] ion in the center of the tetrapyrole. 18.(k) - The prosthetic group of ferredoxin-NADP+ reductase. 19.(nn) - Accessory pigments found in plants. 20.(a) - Photosystem II responds to wavelengths shorter than [BLANK]. 21.(gg) - Another name for ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase/oxygenase. 22.(t) - Glucose 1-phosphate, glucose 6-phosphate, and fructose 1-phosphate belong to the [BLANK]. 23.(i) - A metabolic adaptation employed by plants that live in hot, dry climates. 24.(s) - These organisms obtain energy from chemical fuels. 25.(ii) - Sugar found in plants, readily transported and easily mobilized. 26.(bb) - The process by which a bond is cleaved by the addition of orthophosphate. 27.(cc) - Enzyme that catalyzes the phosphorylation of glycogen phosphorylase. 28.(d) - Protein that is the δ subunit of phosphorylase kinase. 29.(m) - Hormone that signifies the starved state. 30.(ee) - The end of glycogen where interconversion between the open and closed conformation of the anomeric carbon is possible. 31.(mm) - The activated form of glucose that is required for glycogen synthesis. 32.(p) - The key regulatory enzyme in glycogen synthesis. 33.(dd) - Dissociates from phosphorylase a in the T state. 34.(q) - Protein that serves as the primer used by glycogen synthase. 35.(w) - The storage disease in which light exercise results in cramps. 36.(z) - Second phase of the pentose phosphate pathway. 37.(kk) - Enzyme with transketolase that link glycolysis and the pentose phosphate pathway. 38.(ll) - Results in a C3 and a C7 carbohydrate from two C5 carbohydrate precursors. 39.(jj) - Prosthetic group that is tightly bound to the enzyme transketolase. 40.(n) - A deficiency of glucose 6-phosphate can cause hemolytic anemia. This is due to a loss in activity of this enzyme. ao)
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