Flashcards in NBS Chemistry Amino Acids and Proteins Deck (38)
What is the acronym for your essential AAs?
PVT TiM HALL
What AA of the aromatic ring would help with depression?
Which of the following is not one of the 3 basic amino acids?
Which of the following are the sulfur containing AAs?
A. Serine and Leucine
B. Leucine and lysine
C. Methionine and Cysteine
D. Glutamate and Aspartate
Methoionine and cysteine
MC- Sulfur in the house
Which of the following is the correct combination of the branch chained amino acids?
A. Isoleucine, Valine, Tryptophan
B. Methionine, Cysteine, Glycine
C. Glutamine, Serine, Leucine
D. Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine
Leucine, Isoleucine, Valine
Which 2 of the following represent your semi-essential AAs?
Histidine and Arginine
Glutamate and Aspartate represent which of the following types of AA?
A. Sulfur containing
B. Aliphatic Chain Aminos
C. Acidic Aminos
D. Aromatic ring Aminos
Glutamate and Aspartate are acidic
What is the most Hydrophillic Amino acid from the Aliphatic chain?
What is the least Hydrophillic Amino acid from the Aliphatic chain?
Which two amino acids are not-glucogenic?
A. isoleucine and valine
B. Leucine and lysine
C. Lysine and isoleucine
D. Valine and tryptophan
Leucine and lysine
The LLosers are not glucogenic
Which of the following is not an essential amino acid?
Tryptophan is a precusor to ______ and _______?
Serotonin and NAD
Glutamate is a precursor to ________?
Glycine/arginine are precursors to _________?
T/F: There digestion of amino acids in the mouth
Just have ptyalin (salivary amylase) active
T/F: The stomach aids in digestion of Amino acids
Which of the following is NOT involved in the stomach for amio acid digestion:
this is in the Small intestin
What component of stomach digestion is commonly developed in infancy and childhood?
Which of the following are involved with digestion of aminos in the small intestine?
D. Amino peptidase
F. All of the above
All of the above
Lysine, theronine and tryptophan lack in _______?
B. Fatty acids
What are the 3 amino acids that donate nitrogen for purines and pyrimidines?
A. Leucine, Valine, Isoleucine
B. Methionine, Cysteine, Asparagine
C. Aspartate, Asparagine, Glutamine
D. Serine, Phenylalanine, Tryptophan
Aspartate, Asparagine, Glutamine
ASSS ASSS GOOOD
During Amino acid metabolism, Ammonia is removed and carried to the urea cycle by:
What are the 6 AAs that are able to oxidize?
Glutamine, Aspartate, Leucine, Valine, Isoleucine, Asparagine
Glucose-Alanine cycle has two other names, what are they?
Lactic Acic Cycle
During exercise muscle make ________ from glucose?
During exercise muscle make ________ from amino acids?
Alanine travels back to the liver to get converted back into________ and __________?
Ammonia becomes _______ and is excreted?
Lactate becomes ________, used in gluconeogeneis.
The Urea cycle rids the body of:
What is the key enzyme involved in the Urea cycle?
B. Carbamoyl phosphate synthetase
C. Urea synthase
Carbamoyl phosphate synthetase
What is the acronym for the important intermediates for the urea cycle?
Fumarate, ARginine, Citrulline, Ornithine, Glutamate, Asparate
How many Kcals/g does protein represent?
If you consumed 200g of carbohydrates, how many Kcals did you eat?
200 x 4= 800 kcals
Beta sheets, beta bends and an alpha helix would all be examples of what protein structure?
Proteins contain what kind of bond?
Hemoglobin (Hb) would be an example of which protein structure?
*it have 4 chains