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Question 1: ________ is caused by the accumulation of biliverdin or bilirubin (or both) in the circulatory system and tissues [1].
NauseaJaundiceDiarrheaVomiting

Question 2: Biliverdin results from the breakdown of the heme moiety of hemoglobin in ________.
Red blood cellPlateletBlood plasmaBlood

Question 3: In contrast to ________ which form their chromophore through postranslational modifications of the polypeptide chain, phytochromes require an external ligand (in this case, biliverdin).
Enzyme assayGreen fluorescent proteinGel electrophoresisImmunostaining

Question 4: Biliverdin is also present in the green blood, muscles, bones, and mucosal lining of ________ of the genus Prasinohaema, found in New Guinea.
NiveoscincusLampropholisLygosominaeSkink

Question 5: In a complex with reengineered bacterial ________, biliverdin has been employed as IR-emitting chromophore.
SeedPlantPhotosynthesisPhytochrome

Question 6: It has been suggested that accumulation of biliverdin might deter harmful infection by ________ malaria parasites, though no statistically significant correlation has been established [9].
ApicomplexaPlasmodiidaePlasmodiumToxoplasma gondii

Question 7: Biliverdin is a green tetrapyrrolic bile pigment, and is a product of ________ catabolism [1][2].
MetalloproteinHemeCofactor (biochemistry)Adenosine triphosphate







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