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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. pH
  2. Porphyrins
  3. S-Hb (Sulf)
  4. Thalassemias
  5. Gas molecules
  1. a A green pigmented compound formed by the addition of a hydrogen sulfide molecule to Hb
  2. b Groups of inherited anemic diseases that represent the most common genetic disorders in the world
  3. c One of the critical functions of Hemoglobin involves the transport of ________.
  4. d In 1904, Christain Bohr discovered that an increase in blood carbon dioxide lelvels would result in lowering the _____ and require more O2 to be delivered to the cells.
  5. e The accumulation of ________ are toxic to tissues in high concentrations.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Iron in the _____ state allows O2 to reversibly bind and be transported thoughout the the tissues of the body.
  2. Exposure to light can result in swelling, itchy skin, and fluid accumulation are signs of ________.
  3. A heme protein found in the muscle tissue, it serves as a reserve supply of O2 and requires lower O2 pressure to release oxygen
  4. excessive excretion of one or more porphyrins in the urine.
  5. Aminolevelunic acid (ALA) Synthase is the enzyme that catalyzes the initial step in _________ synthesis.

5 True/False questions

  1. SpleenThis prohibits all steps in porphyrin synthesis.

          

  2. ProteinTypes of thalassemia are classified by which ____ chain is affected

          

  3. Oxyhemoglobin__________ oxygen carrying protein found in red blood cells (erythrocytes) it is a tetrameric protein containing four heme groups and four polypeptide protein chains

          

  4. Bone marrowWhere does heme synthesis occur?

          

  5. M-Hb (Met)A green pigmented compound formed by the addition of a hydrogen sulfide molecule to Hb