- Chapter 4.1: Explain the relationship between genes and cellular metabolism. (p....
- Chapter 4.2: Explain why enzymes are important in the body. (p. 77)
- Chapter 4.3: Distinguish between anabolism and catabolism. (p. 77)
- Chapter 4.4: Distinguish between dehydration synthesis and hydrolysis. (p. 77)
- Chapter 4.5: Describe how an enzyme interacts with its substrate. (p. 79)
- Chapter 4.6: Define active site. (p. 79)
- Chapter 4.7: The process of changing the shape of an enzyme to the point where i...
- Chapter 4.8: Define cofactor. (p. 80)
- Chapter 4.9: Explain how oxidation of molecules inside cells differs from burnin...
- Chapter 4.10: Explain the importance of ATP, and the relationship of ATP to ADP. ...
- Chapter 4.11: Distinguish between anaerobic and aerobic phases of cellular respir...
- Chapter 4.12: Match the parts of cellular respiration to their associated activit...
- Chapter 4.13: Identify the final acceptor of the electrons released in the reacti...
- Chapter 4.14: Define metabolic pathway. (p. 82)
- Chapter 4.15: Explain how one enzyme can control the rate of a metabolic pathway....
- Chapter 4.16: Identify the cellular respiration pathway where glucose, fats, and ...
- Chapter 4.17: Distinguish between a gene and a genome. (p. 84)
- Chapter 4.18: DNA information providesinstructionsfor the cell to . (p. 84) a. ma...
- Chapter 4.19: Explain why DNA replication is essential. (p. 84)
- Chapter 4.20: Describe the events of DNA replication. (p. 84)
- Chapter 4.21: If a strand of DNA has the sequence A T G C G A T C C G C, then the...
- Chapter 4.22: Distinguish between transcription and translation. (p. 86)
- Chapter 4.23: Describe the function of a ribosome in protein synthesis. (p. 87)
- Chapter 4.24: Calculate the number of amino acids encoded by a DNA sequence of 27...
- Chapter 4.25: Define gene expression. (p. 88)
Solutions for Chapter Chapter 4: Cellular Metabolism
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A substance formed by the chemical combination of two or more elements in definite proportions and usually having properties different from those of its constituent elements.
Changes in rock caused by the heat from a nearby magma body.
General term for the processes of folding, faulting, shearing, compression, or extension of rocks as the result of various natural forces.
Dry-summer subtropical climate
A climate located on the west sides of continents between latitudes 30° and 45°. It is the only humid climate with a strong winter precipitation maximum.
The cutting-off of the light of one celestial body by another passing in front of it.
The portion of the photic zone near the surface where light is bright enough for photosynthesis to occur.
The flat, low-lying portion of a stream valley subject to periodic inundation.
Natural steam used for power generation.
Refers to the common or characteristic shape of a crystal, or aggregate of crystals.
A fracture in rock along which there has been no movement.
A center of low pressure characterized by cyclonic winds.
The total amount of energy released during an earthquake.
An igneous pluton that is not tabular in shape.
A chemical bond present in all metals that may be characterized as an extreme type of electron sharing in which the electrons move freely from atom to atom.
Small solid particles that have orbits in the solar system.
See Axial precession.
The spontaneous decay of certain unstable atomic nuclei.
Any one of numerous minerals that have the oxygen and silicon tetrahedron as their basic structure.
Any weathering process that tends to produce a spherical shape from an initially blocky shape.
Movements of ocean water caused by density differences brought about by variations in temperature and salinity.