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Protein
Structure
Enzymes
$100
Nucleic
Acids
Lipids
Glycolysis
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Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Protein
Structure
This is the most important
element of the primary
structure of proteins.
$100 Answer from Protein
Structure
What is the sequence of
amino acids?
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$200 Question from Protein
Structure
A graph that shows the
distribution of angles of
rotation with in a peptide
bond is known as this.
$200 Answer from Protein
Structure
What is a Ramachandran
Plot?
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$300 Question from Protein
Structure
This amino acid acts as a
“helix breaker” because
rotation around the N-Cα
bond is impossible.
$300 Answer from Protein
Structure
What is proline?
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$400 Question from Protein
Structure
These two amino acid
residues are commonly
found in β-turn
secondary structures.
$400 Answer from Protein
Structure
What are proline and
glycine?
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$500 Question from Protein
Structure
A βαβ arrangement supersecondary structure is also
known as example of this.
$500 Answer from Protein
Structure
What is a motif or a fold?
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$100 Question from Enzymes
Enzymes increase the rate
of a chemical reaction by
lowering this.
$100 Answer from Enzymes
What is the energy
barrier (activation
energy)?
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$200 Question from Enzymes
This class of enzymes
catalyzes reactions in
which two molecules are
joined together.
$200 Answer from Enzymes
What are ligases?
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$300 Question from Enzymes
Given the following Michealis plot, the
value of KM for this enzyme is
approximately:
12
Michaelis Plot
V0 µmoles/min
10
8
6
4
2
0
0
20
40
60
[S] µM
80
100
120
$300 Answer from Enzymes
What is 5 µM?
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$400 Question from Enzymes
Given the following LineweaverBurk plot, the value of Vmax is
approximately:
$400 Answer from Enzymes
What is 50?
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$500 Question from Enzymes
A multi-substrate reaction in
which the first product is
released from the active site
before the second product
binds to the active site is
known by this term.
$500 Answer from Enzymes
What is the Ping-Pong
mechanism?
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$100 Question from Nucleic
Acids
The adenine-thymine base
pair is held together by
this many hydrogen
bonds.
$100 Answer from Nucleic Acids
What is 2?
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$200 Question from Nucleic
Acids
The nitrogenous base shown here
has this name.
$200 Answer from Nucleic Acids
What is thymine?
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$300 Question from Nucleic
Acids
This is the only form of
DNA that is composed of
a left-handed helix.
$300 Answer from Nucleic Acids
What is the Z-form?
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$400 Question from Nucleic
Acids
A section of DNA that
consists of two hairpins on
complementary strands is
known as this.
$400 Answer from Nucleic Acids
What is a cruciform?
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$500 Question from Nucleic
Acids
These are two forms of
spontaneous mutagenesis
that occur in DNA.
$500 Answer from Nucleic Acids
What are deamination and
depurination?
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$100 Question from Lipids
The fatty acid with the
highest melting point of
the four listed below is:
16:0
18:2
16:2
20:2
$100 Answer from Lipids
What is 16:0?
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$200 Question from Lipids
Triglycerides are also
known by this name.
$200 Answer from Lipids
What are triacylglycerols?
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$300 Question from Lipids
This compound is the main
component of most
eukaryotic cell membranes.
$300 Answer from Lipids
What is
phosphatidylcholine?
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$400 Question from Lipids
This is the general term for
the type of lipid structure
shown here.
$400 Answer from Lipids
What is a sphingolipid?
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$500 Question from Lipids
Chemical derivatives of
this molecule include
thromboxanes and
prostaglandins.
$500 Answer from Lipids
What is arachidonic acid?
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$100 Question from Glycolysis
The name of the final
product of glycolysis is
this.
$100 Answer from Glycolysis
What is pyruvate?
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$200 Question from Glycolysis
The “commitment” step of
glycolysis is this step
number.
$200 Answer from Glycolysis
What is the third step?
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$300 Question from Glycolysis
The glycolysis reaction in which 2phosphoglycerate is converted into
phosphoenolpyruvate is this type
of chemical reaction.
$300 Answer from Glycolysis
What is dehydration?
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$400 Question from Glycolysis
In gluconeogenesis,
pyruvate must first be
converted to this compound
before it can be converted
to phosphoenolpyruvate.
$400 Answer from Glycolysis
What is oxaloacetate?
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$500 Question from Glycolysis
Sometimes, glucose does
not enter the glycolysis
cycle. Glucose molecules
can also be oxidized via this
pathway.
$500 Answer from Glycolysis
What is the Pentose
Phosphate Pathway?
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Final Jeopardy
These six chemical elements
are essential for all living
organisms and are the basic
building blocks of all
biomolecules.
Final Jeopardy Answer
What are:
Carbon, Hydrogen,
Oxygen, Nitrogen,
Sulfur, and Phosphorus?
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