Carbohydrates and glycolysis

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  • Created on: 12-12-12 21:24

1. What does the sixth reaction of glycolysis consist of?

  • 1,3-diphosphoglycerate being converted to 3-phosphoglycerate where phosphoglycerate kinase is the enzyme involved
  • 3-phosphoglyceraldehyde being converted to 1,3-diphospoglycerate where glyceraldegade 3 phosphate dehydrogenase is the enzyme involved
  • 1,3-diphosphoglycerate being converted to 3-phosphoglycerate where glyceraldegade 3 phosphate dehydrogenase is the enzyme involved
  • 3-phosphoglyceraldehyde being converted to 1,3-diphospoglycerate where phosphoglycerate kinase is the enzyme involved
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2. What is a mutase?

  • An enzyme that rearranges an isomer
  • An enzyme that removes a water group from a substrate and mutates it
  • An enzyme that shifts the position of the substrate
  • An enzyme that removes hydrogen from a substrate

3. Fructose is an example of a/an:

  • olegosaccaride
  • Polysaccaride
  • Monosaccaride
  • Disaccaride

4. What does the eighth reaction of glycolysis consist of?

  • 4-phosphoglycerate being converted to 2-phosphoglycerate where phosphoglycerate mutase is the enzyme involved
  • 3-phosphoglycerate being converted to 2-phosphoglycerate where phosphoglycerate mutase is the enzyme involved
  • 4-phosphoglycerate being converted to 2-phosphoglycerate where phosphoglycerate kinase is the enzyme involved
  • 3-phosphoglycerate being converted to 2-phosphoglycerate where phosphoglycerate kinase is the enzyme involved

5. Glucose is an example of a/an:

  • Monosaccaride
  • Polysaccaride
  • Disaccaride
  • olegosaccaride

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