Plant Physiology - Respiration Questions

Practice Test
12. Which of the following compounds are both
products of the light reaction in photosynthesis
and reactants in the Calvin cycle?
(A) Pyruvate and acetyl-CoA
(B) NADPH and o,
(C) NADP and CO2
(D) NADPT. ATP, and CO,
(E) NADPH and ATP
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Plant Physiology - Respiration

Practice Test 12. Which of the following compounds are both products of the light reaction in photosynthesis and reactants in the Calvin cycle? (A) Pyruvate and acetyl-CoA (B) NADPH and o, (C) NADP and CO2 (D) NADPT. ATP, and CO, (E) NADPH and ATP 13. The primary function of fermentation is to (A) generate ATP for the cell. (B) synthesize glucose. (C) regenerate NAD. (D) synthesize ethanol or lactic acid. (E) add to the total amount of ATP produced by cellular respiration. Bacterial plasmid Gone od interest DNA sample containing (gene of interest Restriction enzyme cutting sites DNA restriction enzyme cutting site 1-0 oland Gene inserted into plasmid DNA Sticky ends 14. The diagram above shows the process used to insert a foreign gene into a bacterial plasmid, thereby transforming the bacteria into an organism that produces proteins typically produced in other organisms. This technique may fail unless the scientist (A) uses the entire mammalian stretch of DNA that contains the gene of interest, including the introns and exons that are part of that DNA. (B) uses cDNA made from an RNA template of the gene of interest. (C) inserts a reporter gene along with the gene of interest in order to measure the success of transformation. (D) selects for antibiotic resistance before mixing the transformed plasmid with the bacterial cells. (E) uses RNA nucleotides that can be directly converted into protein by the bacteria without first being transcribed.

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