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Biochemistry Practice Questions

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These questions should fit any introductory biochemistry/foundational biochemistry course. Personally, I don't learn from reading notes so I learn by writing out questions and making up the answers. I get the questions directly from passages in the textbook and make them up from what I read, so they should be correct. They cover bioenergetics, glycolysis and gluconeogenesis, metabolic regulation, citric acid cycle, lipid/fatty acid metabolism, amino acid metabolism.

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Biology Chemistry Biochemistry Metabolism Metabolic pathways Exercise physiology Cellular respiration Glycolysis Pyruvate kinase Glucose Cori cycle Phosphorylation
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Biology Chemistry Biochemistry Metabolism Metabolic pathways Exercise physiology Cellular respiration Glycolysis Pyruvate kinase Glucose Cori cycle Phosphorylation
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• Synthesis of new macromolecules/chemical bonds • Transport molecules against concentration gradient • Mechincal work • Maintenance of body temperature Why do cells need to renew macromolecules Because living organisms exist in a dynamic steady state; meaning that macromolecules are constantly being degraded (thus needing to be resynthesised). During these processes the concentration of these molecules remains constant. How long does glucose last before being converted to CO2 or fat Glucose lasts one day before being converted to either. How long does haemoglobin last before being degraded 30 days Why does maintaining a dynamic steady state require energy As the tendency of nature is towards disorder; synthesis of macromolecules (which are highly...
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