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Purdue University Calumet Biology 101-09 Practice Final Exam Questions

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    A major function of the mitochondrial inner membrane is the conversion of energy from electrons to the stored energy of the phosphate bond in ATP. To accomplish this function, this membrane must have all of the following features except

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    In prokaryotic cells, the genetic material is found in

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    There are 3 main stages of cellular respiration:

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    Starting with a fertilized egg, a series of five cell divisions would produce in early embryo with how many cells?


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What are buffer solutions?
A buffer solution is more precisely referred to as a pH buffer. A buffer solution is basically an aqueous solution that consists of the mixture of a very weak acid and its conjugate base or a weak base and its conjugate acid. The changes in pH are v
What would be expected to happen?
The pH scale is used to rank solutions in terms of acidity or basicity (alkalinity). In blood the ph is near to neutral. Human blood needs to keep its pH near 7.4, and avoid shifting significantly higher or lower – even if acidic or basic subst
Where are the corresponding reactions likely to occur in prokaryotic respiration?
Correct answer is Inner plasma membrane. Unlike the eukaryotic cell that synthesizes ATP primarily on the inner membrane of the mitochondria; prokaryotic cells synthesize ATP primarily on the inner plasma membrane. Remember, prokaryotic cells lack m
How are Polysaccharides, nucleic acids, and proteins similar?
Polysaccharides are composed of shorter units called monosaccharides. When they are linked together, they form the polysaccharide. The “glue” that holds them together is glycosidic linkage. They may appear differently in different situati
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