Flashcards in NBS Chemistry Helper Deck (16):
What is the sugar splitting pathway that uses glucose as a substrate?
If you had Glycolysis running would you stimulate or inhibite insulin?
Youd only be running glycolysis when glucose is present to run through it
Where would you find hexokinase?
Lactate, glycerol and glucogenic AAs are used in which pathway?
Where would gluconeogenesis take place?
B. Cytoplasm and Extracellular fluid
D. Mitochondria of liver and cytoplasm
Mitochondria of liver and Cytoplasm
What would be released in response for a need to run gluconeogenesis?
What would be a product of glycogenolysis?
A. Ketone bodies
B. UDP glucose
D. Glucose 1-phosphate
Insulin would be inhibited in all the following except:
Converting a substrate of Fat to ketone bodies is the process of which pathway?
When the charge of AA or protein is zero represents:
A. Isoelectric point
B. Flat point
C. Neurtral peak
D. Electric point
Corn is missing:
A. Lysine and tyrosine
B. Lysine and leucine
C. Leucine and valine
D. Lysine and tryptophan
Lysine and tryptopha
Wheat and rice are missing:
Too much uric acid can lead to:
B. Congenital malformations
What is is called when atoms bonded in the same order differ in precise orientation?
D. Bile salt
What is an Epimere?
A. A sugar differing in configuration at a single asymmetrical center
B. atoms bonded in the same order differ in precise orientation
C. Mirror image
An Epimere is a suagr differing in configuration at a single asmmetrical center