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Question number: 51

» Enyzmes and Metabolism

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Which of the following components of the mitochondrial electron transport system transfers protons and electrons?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Cytochrome a

b.

Cytochrome c

c.

Coenzyme Q

d.

Cytochrome cl

e.

ATP synthase

Question number: 52

» Enyzmes and Metabolism

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In glycolysis, how many steps are involved in converting glucose to pyruvate?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

5

b.

12

c.

3

d.

8

e.

10

Question number: 53

» DNA and Protein Synthesis

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Which of the following mutations is most likely to produce a lethal condition?

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Choice (5)Response

a.

A point substitution within the TATAAT box within the promoter for the gene coding for a critical enzyme

b.

An inversion within a region coding for an intron within the mRNA coding for a critical enzyme

c.

A frameshift mutation within a region coding for an intron within the mRNA coding for a noncritical enzyme

d.

A silent mutation within a gene coding for a critical enzyme

e.

A point substitution within the region coding for the leader segment of the mRNA coding for a critical enzyme

Question number: 54

» Enyzmes and Metabolism

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A person with a bacterial infection usually develops a fever. This fever helps protect the person by inhibiting the growth of bacteria because

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Choice (5)Response

a.

Enzymes do not function as well at a temperature that is not optimal

b.

Sweating removes cofactors, required by bacteria, from the blood

c.

The higher temperature increases the metabolic rate of bacteria

d.

Fever blocks the synthesis of proteins in bacteria

e.

Bacteria reproduce more rapidly at higher body temperatures

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