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      The combining properties of an atom
           depend on the number of



       a. valence shells in the atom.
       b. orbitals found in the atom.
       c. electrons in each orbital in the
    atom.
       d. electrons in the outer valence shell
    in the atom.
       e. hybridized orbitals in the atom.
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      The combining properties of an atom
           depend on the number of



       a. valence shells in the atom.
       b. orbitals found in the atom.
       c. electrons in each orbital in the
    atom.
       d. electrons in the outer valence shell
    in the atom.
       e. hybridized orbitals in the atom.
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   Properties of water caused by hydrogen
    bonding?




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    Which of the following has the greatest
    concentration of Hydrogen ions [H+]?



     a.   pH2
     b.   pH3
     c.   pH4
     d.   pH5
     e.   pH8


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    Which of the following has the greatest
    concentration of Hydrogen ions [H+]?



     a.   pH2
     b.   pH3
     c.   pH4
     d.   pH5
     e.   pH8


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    Which of the following best characterizes
       the reaction represented below?


             A + B + Energy  AB
      a. hydrolysis
      b. catabolism
      c. oxidation – reduction
      d. exergonic reaction
      e. endergonic reaction
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    Which of the following best characterizes
       the reaction represented below?


             A + B + Energy  AB
      a. hydrolysis
      b. catabolism
      c. oxidation – reduction
      d. exergonic reaction
      e. endergonic reaction
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  Polymers of polysaccharides, fats, and
proteins are synthesized from monomers by

a. connecting monosaccharide's together.
b. the addition of water to each
monomer.
c. the removal of water [dehydration
synthesis].
d. ionic bonding of the monomers.
e. the formation of disulfide bridges
between monomers.
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  Polymers of polysaccharides, fats, and
proteins are synthesized from monomers by

a. connecting monosaccharide's together.
b. the addition of water to each
monomer.
c. the removal of water [dehydration
synthesis].
d. ionic bonding of the monomers.
e. the formation of disulfide bridges
between monomers.
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Which of the following statements regarding
            enzymes is false?


a. Enzymes are proteins that function as
catalysts.
b. Enzymes display specificity for certain
molecules to which they attach.
c. Enzymes provide activation energy for the
reactions they catalyze.
d. The activity of enzymes can be regulated by
factors in their immediate
    environment.
e. An enzyme may be used many times over for
a specific reaction.
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Which of the following statements regarding
            enzymes is false?


a. Enzymes are proteins that function as
catalysts.
b. Enzymes display specificity for certain
molecules to which they attach.
c. Enzymes provide activation energy for the
reactions they catalyze.
d. The activity of enzymes can be regulated by
factors in their immediate
    environment.
e. An enzyme may be used many times over for
a specific reaction.
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The lysosome has a high concentration of:


a.   enzymes.
b.   DNA.
c.   chlorophyll.
d.   ribosomes.




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The lysosome has a high concentration of:


a.   enzymes.
b.   DNA.
c.   chlorophyll.
d.   ribosomes.




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 Which TYPE of enzyme in cellular respiration
is primarily responsible for removing electrons
            from organic molecules?

    a.   decarboxylase
    b.   ATP synthase
    c.   deaminase
    d.   dehydrogenase
    e.   phosphofructokinase


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 Which TYPE of enzyme in cellular respiration
is primarily responsible for removing electrons
            from organic molecules?

    a.   decarboxylase
    b.   ATP synthase
    c.   deaminase
    d.   dehydrogenase
    e.   phosphofructokinase


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Which of the following statements about
           NAD+ is FALSE?

a. NAD+ is reduced to NADH during both
glycolysis and the Krebs cycle.
b. NAD+ has more chemical energy than
NADH.
c. NAD+ can receive electrons for use in
oxidative phosphorylation.
d. In the absence of NAD+, glycolysis
cannot function.

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Which of the following statements about
           NAD+ is FALSE?

a. NAD+ is reduced to NADH during both
glycolysis and the Krebs cycle.
b. NAD+ has more chemical energy than
NADH.
c. NAD+ can receive electrons for use in
oxidative phosphorylation.
d. In the absence of NAD+, glycolysis
cannot function.

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 The oxygen consumed during cellular
   respiration is directly involved in

a. glycolysis.
b. accepting electrons at the end of the
electron transport chain.
c. the Krebs cycle.
d. the oxidation of pyruvate to acetyl CoA.




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 The oxygen consumed during cellular
   respiration is directly involved in

a. glycolysis.
b. accepting electrons at the end of the
electron transport chain.
c. the Krebs cycle.
d. the oxidation of pyruvate to acetyl CoA.




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The ATP made during fermentation is
 generated by which of the following?
 a. substrate-level phosphorylation
 b. electron transport
 c. photophosphorylation
 d. chemiosmosis
 e. oxidation of NADH

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The ATP made during fermentation is
 generated by which of the following?
 a. substrate-level phosphorylation
 b. electron transport
 c. photophosphorylation
 d. chemiosmosis
 e. oxidation of NADH

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