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Question number: 38

» Enyzmes and Metabolism

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In the stomach of an animal, enzyme is active but when it leaves the stomach it loses its activity. This example illustrates that enzymes are

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a.

specific to the organs in which they are produced

b.

inhibited by changes in temperature

c.

inactivated by movement

d.

sensitive to changes in pH

e.

inhibited by excessive substrate in the small intestine

Question number: 39

» Enyzmes and Metabolism

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Process in which substance gains electrons is called as:

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Dehydration

b.

Oxidation

c.

Catalysis

d.

Reduction

e.

All of the above

Question number: 40

» Enyzmes and Metabolism

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In Krebs cycle, succinyl CoA is converted into:

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Succinate

b.

Alpha- ketoglutarate

c.

Malate

d.

Fumarate

e.

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Question number: 41

» Enyzmes and Metabolism

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What types of viruses contain the enzyme lysozyme to aid in their infection?

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Human viruses

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Fungal viruses

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Plant viruses

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Animal viruses

e.

Bacteriophages

Question number: 42

» DNA and Protein Synthesis

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DNA ligase is used to

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Initiate DNA synthesis in eukaryotes

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Join together Okazaki fragments during lagging-strand DNA synthesis

c.

Initiate DNA synthesis in prokaryotes

d.

Stabilize the DNA helix to prevent supercoiling during DNA replication

e.

Identify the site on an operon where RNA polymerase binds to the DNA helix

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