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NUCLEIC ACID
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ASSEMBLE THE SCRAMBLED LETTERS USING THE CLUE. THEN FIND THE WORD ON
THE FIGURE ABOVE.
1. OCITDONAN – Three nucleotide sequence on a tRNA molecule that is
complementary to a codon on organism _________
2. PLANTLIAREAL – two strands of the double helix of DNA molecule are
_________ -that is, they run in opposite direction
3. ROMEMOSOCH – It is an individual DNA molecule bond to a group of
proteins
4. ODNOC – Three nucleotide sequence in an mRNA molecule that codes for a
specific amino acid ________
5. NAD - Deoxyribonucleic acid ________
6. NAGUINE – Complementary base of Cytosine ________
7. CLISHEAE – Enzyme responsible for unwinding of the DNA double helix
for replication ________
8. GLISEA – Okazaki fragments formed in the lagging strand during DNA
replication are connected ________
9. MUNTATIO – An error in base sequence in a gene that is reproduce
during DNA replication ________
10. PLINTROCEAL – Biochemical process by which DNA molecules produce
exact duplicates of themselves ________
11. ARN - Ribonucleic acid ________
12. HYMINTE – Complementary base of Adenine in DNA ________
13. CRINTNORSPITA – process by which DNA directs the synthesis of
hnRNA/mRNA molecules that carry the coded information needed for
protein synthesis _____
14. LURICA – Complementary base of Adenine in RNA ________
15. CANVICE – A preparation containing an inactive or weaken form of
virus or bacterium ________
ANSWER:
1. ANTICODON
2. ANTIPARALLEL
3. CHROMOSOME
4. CODON
5. DNA
6. GUANINE
7. HELICASE
8. LIGASE
9. MUTATION
10. REPLICATION
11. RNA
12. THYMINE
13. TRANSCRIPTION
14. URACIL
15. VACCINE
ANSWER:
ACROSS
7. VITAMIN E
8. ERGOCALCIFEROL
13. PANTOTHENIC ACID
14. FOLIC ACID
15. RIBOFLAVIN
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10. BIOTIN
11. COBALAMIN
12. NIACIN
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THE FIGURE ABOVE.
1. BINTOATIIC – substance that kills bacteria or inhibits their
growth
2. EMNZYPOEA – protein part of a conjugated enzyme
3. FOCCATOR – non-protein part of a conjugated enzyme
4. YEZMEN – a compound, usually a protein that acts as a catalyst
for a bio-chemical reaction
5. PRITHEXEMOLE – microorganism that thrives in extreme
environments, environments in which human and most other forms of
life could not survive
6. SHOLAEDRY – an enzyme that catalyzes a hydrolysis reaction
7. UNDICED IFT DOLEM – this model allows small changes in the shape
or geometry of the active site of an enzyme to accommodate a
substrate
8. ARSEMEISO – an enzyme that catalyzes the isomerization
(reaarangement of atoms) of a substrate in a reaction
9. CLOK EYK DEMOL - A model for enzyme-substrate interaction
suggesting that the enzyme and the substrate possess specific
complementary geometric shapes that fit exactly into one another
10. DEROXIDOUCASTE – an enzyme that catalyzes an oxidationreduction reaction
11. PINICILENL – one of the most widely used antibiotics
12. BUSRATEST – the reactant in an enzyme-catalyzed reaction
13. FAULS GRUDS – the first “antibiotics” in the medical field
14. FEARSESTRAN – an enzyme that catalyzes the transfer of a
functional group from one molecule to another
15 SLAYE – an enzyme that catalyzes the addition of a group to a
double bond or the removal of group to form a double bond
ANSWER:
1. ANTIBIOTIC
2. APOENZYME
3. COFACTOR
4. ENZYME
5. EXTREMOPHILE
6. HYDROLASE
7. INDUCED FIT MODEL
8. ISOMERASE
9. LOCK KEY MODEL
10. OXIDOREDUCTASE
11. PENICILLIN
12. SUBSTRATE
13. SULFA DRUGS
14. TRANSFERASE
15. LYASE
BIOCHEMICAL ENERGY PRODUCTION
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ANABOLISM
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CITRIC ACID
CYCLE
CYTOSOL
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Identification: choose the answer from the choices above.
________ 1. It is the sum of all the biochemical reactions that take place in a living organism.
________ 2. All metabolic reactions in which large biochemical molecules are broken down to
smaller ones.
________ 3. All metabolic reactions in which small biochemical molecules are joined together to
form larger ones.
________ 4. This cell have no nucleus and found only in bacteria.
________ 5. This is a cell in which the DNA is found in a membrane-enclosed nucleus.
________ 6. Water-based material of a eukaryotic cell that lies between the nucleus and the outer
membrane of the cell.
________ 7. A minute structure within the cytoplasm of a cell that carries out a specific cellular
function.
________ 8. Water-based fluid part of the cytoplasm of a cell.
________ 9. An organelle that contains hydrolytic enzymes needed for cellular rebuilding, repair,
and degredation.
________ 10. An organelle that it responsible for the generation of most of the energy for a cell.
________ 11. A chemical bond formed when two phosphate groups react with each other and a
water molecule is produced.
________ 12. A biochemical process by which ATP is synthesized from ADP as a result of the
transfer of electrons and hydrogen ions from NADH or FADH2 to O2 through the electron carriers.
________ 13. Pairs of biochemical reactions that occur concurrently in which energy released by one
reaction is used in the other reaction.
________ 14. An explanation for the coupling of the ATP synthesis with electron transport chain
reactions that requires a proton gradient across the inner mitochondrial membrane.
________ 15. A cyclic series of eight reactions that oxidize the acetyl portion of acetyl CoA, resulting
in the production of two molecules of CO2.
ANSWER:
1. METABOLISM
2. CATABOLISM
3. ANABOLISM
4. PROKARYOTIC
5. EUKARYOTIC
6. CYTOPLASM
7. ORGANELLE
8. CYTOSOL
9. LYSOSOME
10. MITOCHONDRION
11. PHOSPHOANHYDRIDE BOND
12. OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION
13. COUPLED REACTIONS
14. CHEMIOSMOTIC COUPLING
15. CITRIC ACID CYCLE
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