This is the second module and it consists of 30-question practice test in a multiple choice format. Read the questions carefully and choose the best answer from the answer choices. Good luck!
How many ATP is generated by 1 molecule of NADH via oxidative phosphorylation:
Presents as hypothyroidism with compensatory enlargement of the thyroid gland:
The citric acid cycle is an example of what metabolism?
The α-naphthol reaction is also called?
Blood test of this condition shows elevated T3 and T4 hormones and low levels of TSH.
The following are essential fatty acids except:
An allergic reaction is primarily due to the release of:
Digestion of carbohydrates begin where?
Regarding steroid synthesis, which of the following is/are true?
Serotonin is synthesized from this amino acid:
Goldbeater's test is used to detect:
These are esters of fatty acids and a monohydric alcohol:
How many high energy phosphate bonds is/are found in ADP?
The end product of protein metabolism is:
MAO is a?
Nitric oxide is derived from which amino acid?
Condition caused by a lack of insulin or a resistance to insulin.
Compute for the isoelectric point of lysine. pK1=2.2; pK2=9.2; pK3=10.8
The end product of hydrolysis of glycogen is:
Seliwanoff's test is for?
The activation of pepsinogen requires:
This test is used to differentiate monosaccharides from dissacharides.
Which amino acid is conjugated with bile in the liver to form bile salts?
Removal of TAG from VLDL will ultimately form what?
All 20 amino acids are optically active except:
Iodination of T3 forms what product?
Sickle cell diseases is a genetic disorder of the blood by a point mutation in the β-globin gene. In the amino acid substitution, ____is replaced by ______.
Malnutrition that arises when an individual's dietary intake is sufficient, but energy is not adequately absorbed by the body.
The enzyme affected in this glycogen storage disease is glucose-6-phosphate. Symptoms include enlarged liver and kidney failure.