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21. Exact answer is cyt (a+a3)-->O2
Cyanide and CO2 inhibits cytochrome oxidase which has higher affinity to cynaide due to presence of sulphur compound in Cyt C oxidase.
Cyanide binds to Fe3+ ion in cytochrome a3.
22. NADH --> COQ
23. 2,4 dienoyl coA reductase required for oxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids.
Epinephrine induces TG lipase foe fat breakdown.
Enoyl coA isomerase required for oxidation of unsaturated fatty acids
24. 21, 82, 40
Number of rounds in the Beta oxidation
(17/2) -1.5 = 8.5-1.5 = 7
Beta oxidation 7 cycle gives 7 Acetyl COA enter
7 FADH2, 7 NADH
Myristic acid is a 14 carbon fatty acid.
Activation of the fatty acid to Acyl CoA = -2 ATP
Number of cycles in the Beta oxidation of mystric acid goes is (14/2) -1 = 6
Beta oxidation 6 cycle gives 7 Acetyl COA enter
21 NADH X 2 = 42
7 FADH2 X 2 = 7
Acetyl cOA = 7 + 7 + 7 = 21
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I partially answered these questions. however I still havnt got the full credit. please let me know and I will rate your answer. thanks. Question 13 0.5 / 1 pts Mark all the enzymes that are unique to fatty acid synthesis. Enoyl CoA hydratase Thiolase Enoyl reductase Acetyl CoA carboxylase Incorrect Question 9 0/3 pts Which of the following enzymes are required ONLY for oxidation of mono-unsaturated fatty acids (mark all that apply)? B-hydroxyacyl CoA dehydrogenase acyl CoA dehydrogenase 13,12...
(1) put the molecule of the first round of lipogenesis in correct order (a) acetoacetyl-Acp (b) 3-hydroxyacyl-Acp (c)malanyl Acp (d) trans-2-enoyl Acp (e) butynyl-Acp (2) put the intermediate of the B oxidation of fatty acids in order from first to last. to rank items as equivalent overlap them (a) fatty acyl coA (b)trans-enoyl CoA (c) B-hydroxyacyl CoA (d) B-keotoacyl CoA (e)Acetyl CoA (3) what is the total number of ATP molecules that can be produced from the complete oxidation of...
This is for biochem. Please answer and explain why? As a representation of the respiratory chain, what is wrong with this picture? There are 4 deliberate errors. Select all that apply NADHFAD ног Coa 1. NADH is oxidized by FMN, not FAD. 2. NADH is oxidized by CoQ, not FAD. 3. Reduced flavin (FADH2 or FMNH2) is oxidized by CoQ, not CoQH2. 4. O2 is reduced to H2O, not H202 5. Cyt c, accepts e-from cyt a-a3, and is then...
please help!! 37. What is the name of the enzyme that creates ATP in oxidative phosphorylation? A) ATP synthase B) ATP dehydrogenase C) ATP transferase D ) ATP ligase 38. This is another name for Coenzyme Q. A) ubiquinone B) quantum carrier C) glutamine D) vitamin B6 39. Choose the two correct paths taken by a pair of electrons as it travels down the electron-transport chain. (1) NADH - complex / -- COQ - Complex - C C . complex...
pLEASE HELP BIOCHEM 2a Predict all of the following that are consequences of withdrawing oxygen given constant supply of NADH. may have more than one answer a. Pool of coenzyme Q becomes fully reduced. b. recycling of NAD+ continues indefinitely c. rate of NADH oxidation becomes zero owing to a lack of oxidized coenzyme Q(Q) to accept electrons d.pool of cytochrome C becomes fully oxidized (Cyt Cox). 2.b Choose all the following that are characteristic of Complex 3. a. recycles...
Please help me with this Nutrition homework assignment for my nursing class. It involves proteins Answer Choices: a. citric acid / Krebs cycle b. glycogenesis c. electron transport chain d. glycogenolysis e. lipogenesis f. lipolysis g. beta oxidation h. acetyl CoA i. gluconeogenesis j. glycolysis Answer Fill in: (some filled in already) 1. The conversion of glucose to pyruvate J 2. The conversion of fatty acids to acetyl CoA 3. Oxaloacetate and Citrate (citric acid) are intermediates in A 4....
3 20 The conversion pyruvate to either ethanol or lactate occurs A. when there is an abundance of pyruvate but a deficiency of onygen B. when there is an abundance of BOTH pyruvate and oxygen C. when there is a deficiency of BOTH pyruvate and oxygen D. for the regeneration of NADH so that hydrolysis of ATP can continue to fuel the glycolysis pathway Explain how gluconeogenesis differs from gtycolysis 21 Gluconeogenesis is simply the reverse of all 10 steps...
please answer all. thanks Ktions interact with the between the kes __ of the amino acids in the selective filter of the channel and are transported to the outside through the channel very efficiently because of amino group.clectrostatic attraction Carbonyl group, electrostatic repulsion Carbonyl group, clectrostatic attraction amino group, electrostatic repulsion Hydrophobic side chainelectrostatic repulsion Amino Acids at a pH 7.0 both amino group and carboxyl group are protonated amino group is protonated, and carboxyl group is deprotonated amino group...
E. Review of Proteins and Enzymes wollenboom 10. Using the three-letter code provide all possible peptides between Phe, Ala, Met and Cys; where Phe is at the N-terminus (not the structure). After this, answer the following questions: moto mons IDEN norto peptide (include the prefix, e.g. dipeptide). a) These amino acids will form a b) Indicate which amino acid(s) in the polypeptide can form a disulfide bond = c) Indicate which amino acid(s) in the polypeptide are polar neutral =...
please answer all. thanks. 67. * Nor involved here respiration SO or 72.> ATĚ when glucose is coinpletely oxidited to CO2H2O? The major purpose of Ozg) in aerobie respiration lor of reducing pyruvate* in anaerobie respiration is a) to phosphorylate the maximum number of ATP molecules b) regenerate NAD so the processes may Continue (c) allow for the replacement of Ho molecules that are split (d) mobilize succeeding glucose molewles glycolysis can continue 68. Carbon dioxide during which one or...