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Adenosine triphosphate: Quiz

  

Question 1:
What is Adenosine triphosphate also known as?
Cupric bromide
adenosine 5'-
Methylamylnitrosamine
cyclon

Question 2: It is produced by photophosphorylation and ________ and used by enzymes and structural proteins in many cellular processes, including biosynthetic reactions, motility, and cell division.
MetabolismCellular respirationGlycolysisGluconeogenesis

Question 3: ATP has multiple ionizable groups with different ________.
Solubility equilibriumChemical equilibriumAcid dissociation constantEquilibrium constant

Question 4: ________ (also called the Krebs cycle or TCA cycle)
Citric acid cycleBiochemistryMetabolismGlycolysis

Question 5: In most organisms, this process occurs in the ________, but in some protozoa such as the kinetoplastids, this is carried out in a specialized organelle called the glycosome.
CytosolMetabolismMitochondrionCell (biology)

Question 6: [17] As ATP has several negatively-charged groups in neutral solution, it can ________ metals with very high affinity.
Chelation therapyEDTALipoic acidChelation

Question 7: Flow of protons down this potential gradient — that is, from the intermembrane space to the matrix — provides the driving force for ATP synthesis by ________.
ATPaseCytochrome c oxidaseATP synthaseMitochondrion

Question 8: ATP consists of ________ — composed of an adenine ring and a ribose sugar — and three phosphate groups (triphosphate).
Adenosine triphosphateAdenosine monophosphateAdenosine diphosphateAdenosine

Question 9: Some proteins that bind ATP do so in a characteristic protein fold known as the Rossmann fold, which is a general ________-binding structural domain that can also bind the cofactor NAD.
Adenosine monophosphateNucleotideAdenosine triphosphatePurine

Question 10: The energy used by human cells requires the ________ of 100 to 150 moles of ATP daily which is around 50 to 75 kg.
AcidCarbohydrateCelluloseHydrolysis
















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