<p>Thanks in advance! Test your knowledge. I need to finish my study sheet so I can prepared for the exam but I can’t get these questions.</p>
<li><p>Adenine, a nitrogen base, is found in the all the following except:
b) amino acids</p></li>
<li><p>The binding of a molecule other than the substrate to the active site of an enzyme is involved in
a) non-competitive inhibition
b) feedback inhibition
c) irreversible inhibition
d) increasing the energy activation
e) modifying the free energy change of the reaction</p></li>
<li><p>A cell contains four pairs of homologous choromosomes represented by A1|A2 B1|B2 C1|C2 D1|D2. Which of the following represents the chromosome makeup of a gamete derived from this cell?
<li><p>The rate of division of most vertebrate cells is LEAST likely to be influenced by which of the following?
a)Contact with other cells
b) the availibility of nutrients
c) compounds that inhibit protein synthesis
d) the cell’s photoperiod
e) the temperature of the organism</p></li>
<p>5.In a mesophyll cell of a leaf, the synthesis of ATP occurs in which of the following?
a) only Ribosome
b) only chloroplast
d) only mitochondria and chloroplast
e) all three</p>
<li><p>If a plant is grown in the presence of CO2 containing 18O, the 18O would be found in which product of photosynthesis?
c) glucose and oxygen
d) the 18O would not be found in any of the photosynthetic products since it exits the cell as 18O2
e) the 18O would not be found found in any of the photosynthetic products since CO2 is not required in photosynthesis</p></li>
<li><p>In sheep, eye color is controlled by a single gene with two alleles. When a homozygous brown-eyed sheep is crossed with a homozygous green-eyed sheep, blue-eyed offspring are produced. If the blue-eyed hseep are mated with each other, what percent of their offspring will most likly have brown eyes?
<li><p>Which of the following best describes the parents in a test cross (refering to above question)?
a) one individual has the dominant phenotype and the other has the recessive phenotype.
b) both individuals are heterozygous
c) both individuals have the dominant phenotype
d) both individuals have the recessive phenotype
e) both individuals have an unknown phenotype</p></li>
<li><p>Duchenne’s musclar dystrophy is inherited as a sex-linked recessive allele. From whom does a male with this desease inherit the defective allele?
a) Only his mother.
b) Only his father
c) the mother or the father. but not both
e) it is impossible to determine with the given info</p></li>
<p>Thank you so much! I greatly appreciate it.</p>