Anabolic Reactions May Be Characterized As

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    anabolic reactions may be characterized as A Energy obtained from nutrients or light is stored in the bonds of ATP. Anabolic reactions may be characterized as Enzymes are used in both aa and anabolic reactions. C Macromolecules are converted into cell structures via catabolism. D The goal of metabolism is reproduction of the organism. E ATP is used in the formation of macromolecules. B breaking large molecules into smaller molecules.

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    A Energy obtained from nutrients or light is stored in the bonds of ATP. B Enzymes are used in both catabolic and anabolic reactions. C Macromolecules are converted into cell structures via catabolism. D The goal of metabolism is reproduction of the organism. E ATP is used in the formation of macromolecules. B breaking large molecules into smaller molecules. C forming large molecules from smaller molecules. E breaking large molecules into smaller molecules to produce ATP.

    A An electron acceptor gains an electron. B They are coupled with oxidation reactions. C They frequently involve electron carrier molecules. D An electron acceptor becomes more positively charged. E A molecule gains a hydrogen atom.

    A They are usually, but not always, proteins. C They can be denatured if the pH of their environment is too high or too low. D They form a temporary intermediate compound with a substrate.

    E They can be used to catalyze a chemical reaction over and over again. This type of inhibition is known as A allosteric inhibition. C excitatory allosteric control. A It produces ATP by oxidative phosphorylation. B It occurs in the cell membranes of bacteria. D It is an alternative to fermentation. E It involves ribulose 5-phosphate as an intermediate. D the Entner-Doudoroff pathway. E both glycolysis and the Entner-Doudoroff pathway. B loss of hydrogen atom.

    C a dehydrogenation event. D substrate level phosphorylation. E gain of an oxygen atom and its electrons. A nitrate B pyruvic acid C sulfate D both nitrate and sulfate E both pyruvic acid and sulfate.

    A flavoproteins B metal-containing proteins C hemoglobin D cytochromes E ubiquinones. C phosphorylation of 34 molecules of ADP. A Oxaloacetic acid is regenerated. B It is also known as the tricarboxylic acid cycle. C Two molecules of acetyl-CoA generate more ATP after two cycles than a single molecule of glucose at the end of glycolysis. B amount of ATP they produce. C number of electrons they release.

    D amount of oxygen they utilize. E wavelengths of light they absorb. B the Entner-Doudoroff pathway. C the Embden-Meyerhof pathway. D the Krebs cycle. E the Calvin-Benson cycle. A glycerol B amino acids C fatty acids D nucleotides E starch. B synthesis or degradation of membrane transport proteins. C isolation of various enzymes within membranous organelles.

    D synthesis of a catabolic enzyme only when its substrate is available. E use of the same coenzymes for anabolic and catabolic reactions that share substrate molecules.

    B are alternatives for the pentose phosphate pathway. C use an organic molecule as a final electron acceptor. D occur only when oxygen is readily available. E produce substrates for glycolysis.

    A All enzymes bind to cofactors necessary for their function. B An apoenzyme is a combination of a cofactor bound to a holoenzyme. C The higher the temperature, the faster an enzyme will work. D Competitive inhibition of an enzyme occurs when an inhibitor binds to an allosteric site on the enzyme.

    E After an enzyme has catalyzed a reaction, it resumes its original shape and can interact with a new substrate molecule. A energy-investment stage B lysis stage C energy-conserving stage D both the energy-investment and the lysis stages E both the lysis and energy-conserving stages. A in the cytoplasmic membrane B in the cytosol C in the outer membrane of the mitochondria D in the mitochondrial matrix E on ribosomes.

    A decarboxylation B amination C respiration D oxidation E phosphorylation. A exergonic B endergonic C oxidative D reductive E neither exergonic nor endergonic. A anabolic B catabolic C both anabolic and catabolic D neither anabolic nor catabolic E oxidation-reduction. C both anabolic and catabolic. D neither anabolic nor catabolic.

    C neither anabolic nor catabolic. D both anabolic and catabolic. E reactions that do not require cofactors. A catabolic B anabolic C both anabolic and catabolic D neither anabolic nor catabolic E energy neutral. A anabolic B catabolic C both anabolic and catabolic D neither anabolic nor catabolic E exergonic.

    A energy-investment B lysis C energy-conservation D both energy-investment and energy-conservation E energy-investment, lysis, and energy-conservation.

    A energy-conservation B energy-investment C lysis D both lysis and energy-investment E both energy-investment and energy-conservation. A energy-conservation B lysis C energy-investment D both lysis and energy-conservation E both energy-investment and conservation. A energy-investment B lysis C energy-conservation D both energy-investment and energy-conservation E both lysis and energy-conservation.

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    anabolic reactions may be characterized as

    anabolic reactions may be characterized as

    anabolic reactions may be characterized as