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Sulfa drugs work on o ribosome biosynthesis o peptidoglycan biosynthesis o nucleic acid biosynthesis o folic...
Acyl Carrier Protein (ACP) is needed in fatty acid biosynthesis resembles which cofactor that is involved in fatty acid catabolism? A. TPP B. Folic acid C. Coenzyme A D. FAD E. NAD+ F. None of the above
o o cell receptors, c, the type of nucleic acid it cell d viral enzymes e, the presence or absence of an envelope. The second step in viral replication is entry. For bacteriophage, entry usually involves Select one: a, receptor-mediated endocytosis, b. direct entry of the nucleic acid into the cell. c. membrane fusion mechanism of entry. d. phagocytosis, e. digestion of the peptidoglycan o The product(s) of the light reactions of photosynthesis
Which of the following classes of antimicrobial drugs inhibit nucleic acid synthesis? Select ALL correct answers -- there is more than one! Rifamycins Pyrazinamides Oxazolidinones Fluoroquinolones Nitroimidazoles Sulfonamides
iProfile Case Study, Folic Acid, Question 02 Using the iProfile Case Study: Folic Acid from your WileyPlus iProfile resources, enter Kelly Watson’s data into the program in order to answer the following question. Use report: Single Nutrient Report: Folate (DFE) The DRI for folate differs among age, gender and lifestage groups. The amount of folate provided in this one-day diet meets the folate needs for females, lactating, age 19-30. females (non-pregnant, non-lactating), age 19-30. females, pregnant, age 19-30. All of...
Sulfonamides Multiple Choice points C) block folic acid synthesis C) block peotidases that cross-link glyca molecules 0 damage cell membranes • interfere with longation of peptidoglycan O ach to the 305nbosomal subunit and runt protein synthes
31 13. Draw a correct structure of folic acid, with the pteroate ring tautomerized in the same was as I have drawn it in Lecture 9 section 9.1.2. In your structure, show the carboxylate groups ionized as they would be at pH 7.5. Label the following features of the structure: 1. The p-aminobenzoate group (PABA). 2. The L-glutamic acid residue. 3. Circle each of the two-C=N-double bonds that are reduced to convert folic acid into tetrahydrofolate. 4. Label the pteridine...
Which of the following enters the A site of the ribosome? O mRNA tRNA-amno acid amno acio O tRNA
29) The peptidoglycan chain is made up of polymers of a) alanine and glycine b) cytosine and guanine e) glucose and ribose d) ATP and protein N-acetylmuramic acid and N-acetylglocosamine 30) Safranin is a counterstained used in the gram stain procedure because a) cells will not stain gram positive without it b) safranin accentuates the gram positive stain the gram negative cells will be unstained otherwise d) the purple color is hard to see in the microscope e) all of...
3) What is the name of the nucleic acid below 0 0 5 O-P-OCH2 N" "O OH OH A. Adenosine 5'-monophosphate B. Guanosine-5'-monophosphate C. Cytidine-5'-monophosphate D. Uridine-5'-monophosphate E. Thymidine-5'-monophosphate
42. Which is correct about the peptide elongation by ribosome? Select one: a. Addition of a new amino acid is achieved by peptide transfer from the A site tRNA to the P site URNA. b. Translation is not affected by the cellular availability of GTP. O c. Peptide bond formation is catalyzed by enzymatic proteins in ribosome. O d. The peptide bond is formed by a nucleophilic attack of the A-site NH2- onto the P-site -COOH. O e. None of...