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BIOC 2580
Dan Meegan
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BIOC 2580 (Fall 2009)
Final Exam Practice Package
This package will not be taken up in session; it is supplemental only.
Please work on it with friends, and use your course notes to get the
answers (all questions were generated from course notes).
This package was made much longer than a typical final exam – so don’t
use it to judge your timing. Several questions were simply generated so
that you may have additional practice.
Good luck on your final exam!!

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1. Which of the following compounds is NOT a carbohydrate?
a. Glucose
b. Fructose-1,6-bisphosphate
c. 2-phosphoglycerate
d. Citrate
e. Two (2) of the above
Refer to the figure for the following 5 questions:
2. What is the name of the enzyme that catalyzes Reaction 1?
a. Enolase
b. Phosphoglycerate Kinase
c. Phosphoglycerate Mutase
d. Pyruvate Kinase
e. Phosphoglycerate Transaminase
3. Reaction 2 can best be described as a:
a. Reduction
b. Dephosphorylation
c. Phosphorylation
d. Condensation
e. Hydrolysis
4. What belongs in box X (what else is required for this reaction to occur)?
a. ATP
b. ADP + P

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c. NAD
d. NADH + H
e. None of the above
5. What belongs in box Y (what is produced as a result of this reaction)?
a. ATP
b. ADP + P
c. NAD
d. NADH + H
e. None of the above
6. Pyruvate, as shown in the figure, represents which form of the compound?
a. Enol form
b. Imino form
c. Keto form
d. Amino form
e. All of the above
7. Which of the following best explains how the ATP yield per mole of glucose can be
either 30 or 32?
a. L and D glucose yield different amounts of energy
b. Without oxygen, only 30 ATP can be produced
c. The reducing power of NADH can be transferred by 2 different shuttles
d. Acetyl-CoA is only oxidized sometimes
e. None of the above
8. Which of the following statements correctly describes the movement of the ATP synthase
a. The α and β subunits rotate around the stationary γ subunit
b. The 8 c subunits induce conformational changes in the a and b subunits
c. 10 c subunits function to rotate the γ subunit which acts as a rotor
d. ATP combines with H
to spin the α subunit, creating ADP
e. None of the above
9. How many NAD
are reduced during 1 cycle of the citric acid cycle?
a. 0
b. 1
c. 2
d. 3
e. 4
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