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Organic And Biological Chemistry

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7th Edition
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Publisher: Cengage Learning,
ISBN: 9781305081079

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Chapter 13.10, Problem 1QQ
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How many different B vitamins participate in the reactions involved in carbohydrate metabolism?

  1. a. 4
  2. b. 6
  3. c. 7
  4. d. no correct response

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Chapter 13 Solutions

Organic And Biological Chemistry
Ch. 13.2 - When one glucose molecule is processed through the...Ch. 13.2 - In what two steps of glycolysis is ATP converted...Ch. 13.3 - In the human body, under oxygen-rich and...Ch. 13.3 - In which of the following conversions is CO2...Ch. 13.3 - The major purpose of lactate fermentation is the...Ch. 13.3 - Which of the following processes involves the...Ch. 13.3 - Accumulation of which of the following substances...Ch. 13.4 - For the complete oxidation of a glucose molecule,...Ch. 13.4 - The net yield of ATP for the complete oxidation of...Ch. 13.4 - The net yield of ATP per glucose molecule in the...Ch. 13.5 - The process by which glucose is converted to...Ch. 13.5 - The intermediate glucose 1-phosphate is...Ch. 13.5 - Adding a glucose unit to a growing glycogen chain...Ch. 13.6 - When gluconcogenesis and glycolysis are compared...Ch. 13.6 - Which of the following intermediates is involved...Ch. 13.6 - In the process of gluconeogenesis, which of the...Ch. 13.6 - Which of the following statements about ATP...Ch. 13.6 - Which of the following substances are participants...Ch. 13.7 - Which of the following statements concerning...Ch. 13.7 - Which of the following pairs of processes are the...Ch. 13.8 - A major purpose of the first stage of the pentose...Ch. 13.8 - A major purpose of the second stage of the pentose...Ch. 13.8 - The pentose phosphate pathway when run to its...Ch. 13.9 - Which of the following hormones promotes the...Ch. 13.9 - Which of the following pairs of hormones increases...Ch. 13.10 - How many different B vitamins participate in the...Ch. 13.10 - Which of the following B-vitamin-containing...Ch. 13.10 - Which of the following B-vitamin-containing...Ch. 13 - Where does carbohydrate digestion begin in the...Ch. 13 - Very little digestion of carbohydrates occurs in...Ch. 13 - What is the primary site for carbohydrate...Ch. 13 - Where does the final step in carbohydrate...Ch. 13 - Where does the digestion of sucrose begin, and...Ch. 13 - Where does the digestion of lactose begin, and...Ch. 13 - Identify the three major monosaccharides produced...Ch. 13 - The various stages of carbohydrate digestion all...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following glycolysis...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following glycolysis...Ch. 13 - How many phosphate groups are present in each of...Ch. 13 - How many phosphate groups are present in each of...Ch. 13 - At which step in glycolysis is each of the...Ch. 13 - At which step in glycolysis is each of the...Ch. 13 - Characterize each of the following steps in...Ch. 13 - Characterize each of the following steps in...Ch. 13 - Of the 10 steps in glycolysis, how many of them a....Ch. 13 - Of the 10 steps in glycolysis, how many of them a....Ch. 13 - Replace the question mark in each of the following...Ch. 13 - Replace the question mark in each of the following...Ch. 13 - In which step of glycolysis does each of the...Ch. 13 - In which step of glycolysis does each of the...Ch. 13 - Galactose enters the glycolysis metabolic pathway...Ch. 13 - Fructose enters the glycolysis metabolic pathway...Ch. 13 - How does net ATP production from the processing of...Ch. 13 - How does net ATP production from the processing of...Ch. 13 - Why is the first step in glycolysis important in...Ch. 13 - Why is Step 3 of glycolysis called the commitment...Ch. 13 - At what location within a cell does glycolysis...Ch. 13 - Are the locations within a cell where glycolysis...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following molecules...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following molecules...Ch. 13 - Under what cellular conditions is pyruvate...Ch. 13 - Under what cellular conditions is pyruvate...Ch. 13 - What coenzyme(s) are needed to convert pyruvate to...Ch. 13 - What coenzyme(s) are needed to convert pyruvate to...Ch. 13 - At what location within a cell is pyruvate...Ch. 13 - At what location within a cell is pyruvate...Ch. 13 - What is the chemical purpose for lactate...Ch. 13 - Name two methods by which NAD+ supplies needed for...Ch. 13 - In ethanol fermentation a C3 pyruvate molecule is...Ch. 13 - In pyruvate oxidation a C3 pyruvate molecule is...Ch. 13 - What is the overall reaction equation for the...Ch. 13 - What is the overall reaction equation for the...Ch. 13 - With which of the possible fates of pyruvateacetyl...Ch. 13 - With which of the possible fates of pyruvateacetyl...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following compounds...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following compounds...Ch. 13 - What is the relationship between cytosolic NADH...Ch. 13 - In the dihydroxyacetone phosphateglycerol...Ch. 13 - What is the cargo for glycerol 3-phosphate in the...Ch. 13 - What is the source of the cargo for glycerol...Ch. 13 - Contrast, in terms of ATP production, the...Ch. 13 - Contrast, in terms of ATP production, the...Ch. 13 - How many of the 30 ATP molecules produced from the...Ch. 13 - How many of the 30 ATP molecules produced from the...Ch. 13 - What is the initial reactant or reactants in the...Ch. 13 - What is the final product or products in the...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following substances...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following substances...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following statements...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following statements...Ch. 13 - Characterize each of the following steps in...Ch. 13 - Characterize each of the following steps in...Ch. 13 - What is the difference between the processing of...Ch. 13 - The liver, but not the brain or muscle cells, has...Ch. 13 - In what form does glycogen enter the glycolysis...Ch. 13 - Explain why one more ATP is produced when glucose...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following compounds...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following compounds...Ch. 13 - What are the starting reactants for the process of...Ch. 13 - What is the end product for the process of...Ch. 13 - Contrast the reactants in the first three steps of...Ch. 13 - Contrast the products in the last three steps of...Ch. 13 - In how many steps of gluconeogenesis and...Ch. 13 - In the processes of gluconeogenesis and...Ch. 13 - In which step in gluconeogenesis is a. a C3...Ch. 13 - In which step in gluconeogenesis is a. a C4...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following statements...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following statements...Ch. 13 - Write an equation for the conversion of lactate to...Ch. 13 - Write an equation for the conversion of pyruvate...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following enzymes is...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following enzymes is...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following compounds...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following compounds...Ch. 13 - How many different C3 molecules are involved in a....Ch. 13 - How many different C6 molecules are involved in a....Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following statements...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following statements...Ch. 13 - Indicate in which of the four processes...Ch. 13 - Indicate in which of the four processes...Ch. 13 - Indicate in which of the four processes...Ch. 13 - Indicate in which of the four processes...Ch. 13 - What is the net gain or net loss in triphosphates...Ch. 13 - What is the net gain or net loss in triphosphates...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following statements...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following statements...Ch. 13 - How many phosphate groups are present in the...Ch. 13 - How many phosphate groups are present in the...Ch. 13 - Write a general equation for the oxidative stage...Ch. 13 - Write a general equation for the entire pentose...Ch. 13 - What compound contains the carbon atom lost from...Ch. 13 - How many molecules of NADPH are produced per...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following compounds...Ch. 13 - Indicate whether each of the following compounds...Ch. 13 - What effect does insulin have on glycogen...Ch. 13 - What effect does insulin have on blood-glucose...Ch. 13 - What effect does glucagon have on blood-glucose...Ch. 13 - What effect does glucagon have on glycogen...Ch. 13 - What organ is the source of insulin?Ch. 13 - What organ is the source of glucagon?Ch. 13 - The hormone epinephrine generates a second...Ch. 13 - What is the relationship between cAMP and the...Ch. 13 - Compare the target tissues for glucagon and...Ch. 13 - Compare the biological functions of glucagon and...Ch. 13 - For the B vitamins below, indicate which of the...Ch. 13 - For the B vitamins below, indicate which of the...

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