7 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- a high energy phosphate molecule synthesized and used by cells for energy to perform cellular activities
- a series of chemical reactions that take place in the mitochondria, involving cytochromes, that result in the production of ATP and water
- a process in which simple substances are synthesized into more complex substances.
- a protein molecule that lowers the energy of activation and in doing so facilitates a chemical reaction.
- an amino acid that the human body can't synthesize
- use of energy obtained from intramuscular ATP and phosphocreatine stores to perform cellular activities, normally utilized during short-duration, high-intentsity physical activity
6 True/False questions
active recovery → a compound composed of a carbon chain and hydrogen atoms with and acid group (COOH) at one end and a methyl group (CH3) at the other
Beta oxidation → breaking down fatty acids to acetyl CoA units
Flavin adenine dinucleotide → one of the several molecules that serve as an electron and hydrogen carrier in bioenregetics
adenosine diphosphate (ADP) → a high energy phosphate molecule synthesized and used by cells for energy to perform cellular activities
aerobic metabolism → second stage of metabolism, requiring the presence of oxygen, in which the breakdown of glucose (in a process called the Krebs or citric acid cycle) yields a high amount of energy.
deamination → The removal of an amino group (-NH2) from an amino acid or other organic compound.