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INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMISTRY
The genetic information of nuclear DNA is transmitted to the site of protein synthesis by
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Mature erythrocytes do not contain
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The following substances are cell inclusions except
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The pH of blood is 7.4 when the ratio between H2CO3 and NaHCO3 is
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The surface tension in the intestinal lumen between fat droplets and the aqueous medium is decreased by
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From the biological viewpoint, solutions can be grouped into
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INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMISTRY
The cellular organelles called “suicide bags” are
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The fatty acids can be transported into and out of mitochondria through
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INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMISTRY
The most active site of protein synthesis is the
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INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMISTRY
Which of the following is located in the mitochondria?
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The phenomenon of osmosis is opposite to that of
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The average pH of Urine is
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The exchange of material takes place
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The degradative processes are categorized under the heading of
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All the following processes occur rapidly in the membrane lipid bilayer except
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HDL is synthesized and secreted from
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Synthesis of prostaglandins is inhibited by
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Milk is deficient in which vitamins?
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INTRODUCTION TO BIOCHEMISTRY
Which of the following is required for the crystallization and storage of the hormone insulin?
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A drug that prevents uric acid synthesis by inhibiting the enzyme xanthine oxidase is
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