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6701. Where the acyl-CoA formed in the cytosol is transported for oxidation?





6702. The transport of acyl-CoA for oxidation using a shuttle involves formation of the intermediate





6703. Membrane potential and the proton gradient





6704. The irreversibility of the thiokinase reactions (formation of initial acyl-CoA)





6705. Long-chain fatty acids are oxidized step-wise in one carbon units starting from the





6706. How many molecules of acetyl-CoA are produced in oxidation of palmitic acid (C16), which involves seven rounds of oxidation?





6707. The oxidation of methanol (wood alcohol) in human retina tissue leads directly to the formation of





6708. Auto Text features :





6709. When the text in document exceeds the length of a page, word insert:





6710. Manusmriti deals with ———





6711. The feature available in MS Word to type data in row and column form :





6712. Kanishka’s capital was at Purushapura. Which of the following places in his large kingdom had the status almost of a second capital ?





6713. Gluconeogenesis requires a higher amount of ATP equivalents as compared to that produced by glycolysis because





6714. Which of the following is carried out when cAMP functions as a second messenger?





6715. The production or break down of __________ is often coupled with the metabolic reactions of biosynthesis and catabolism.





6716. The cells dependent solely on glucose as an energy source are





6717. The main site for gluconeogenesis is





6718. Which of the following statements about the energy needs of cells is false?





6719. In lysozyme catalysis, which of the following does not contribute?





6720. Cellulose fibers resemble with the protein structure in the form of





6721. During vigorous exercise, pyruvate produced by glycolysis is converted to





6722. Glucagon and epinephrine





6723. The NAG6 substrate is hydrolyzed by human lysozyme to form





6724. Gluconeogenesis uses





6725. Saliva contains all of the following except





6726. The conversion of pyruvate to oxaloacetate





6727. Gluconeogenesis is the





6728. Hydrolysis of lactose yields





6729. Two major products of pentose phosphate pathway are





6730. A catabolic intermediate which stimulates phosphofructokinase would stimulate





6731. Pyruvate is initially converted to which of the following in the gluconeogenesis?





6732. Boat and chair conformations are found





6733. The conversion of pyruvate to lactate is catalysed by





6734. Which of the following can act as precursors for gluconeogenesis?





6735. a-amylose is similar to





6736. Storage polysaccharide made by animals is





6737. The glycosidic bond





6738. The sugar which forms major component of nucleic acids is





6739. Under aerobic condition pyruvate is converted by pyruvate dehydrogenase to





6740. Which of the following is not a disaccharide?





6741. Hexokinase activity in glycolysis is inhibited by





6742. The ultimate source of energy that sustains living systems is





6743. Citric acid accumulation would





6744. Which of the following is not involved in the biosynthesis of DNA?





6745. Which of the following would be considered a part of metabolism?





6746. Insulin





6747. What is present in the stomach to prevent self-digestion?





6748. Patients suffering from Von Gierke's disease are unable to perform gluconeogeneis because they have a defective





6749. The multistep pathways of metabolism are efficient because they





6750. Metabolic reactions that break down complex molecules into smaller compounds, thereby releasing usable energy for the cell, are best described as





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