Biochemistry Carbohydrate Metabolism MCQ

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1. Obesity increases the risk of
(A) Hypertension
(B) Diabetes mellitus
(C) Cardiovascular disease
(D) All of these
ans d

2. Active transport of sugar is depressed by the agent:
(A) Oxaloacetate
(B) Fumarate
(C) Malonate
(D) Succinate
ans c

3. Glycogen synthetase activity is depressed by
(A) Glucose
(B) Insulin
(C) Cyclic AMP
(D) Fructokinase
ans c

4. The general test for detection of carbohydrates is
(A) Iodine test
(B) Molisch test
(C) Barfoed test
(D) Osazone test
ans b

5. Which of the following metabolite integrates glucose and fatty acid metabolism?
(A) Acetyl CoA
(B) Pyruvate
(C) Citrate
(D) Lactate
ans a

6. Cerebrosides consist of mostly of this sugar:
(A) Glucose
(B) Fructose
(C) Galactose
(D) Arabinose
ans c

7. The carrier of the citric acid cycle is
(A) Succinate
(B) Fumarate
(C) Malate
(D) Oxaloacetate
ans d

8. The conversion of alanine to glucose is termed
(A) Glycolysis
(B) Oxidative decarboxylation
(C) Specific dynamic action
(D) Gluconeogenesis
ans d

9. Conversion of glucose to glucose-6phosphate in human liver is by
(A) Hexokinase only
(B) Glucokinase only
(C) Hexokinase and glucokinase
(D) Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase
ans c

10. One of the following is an enzyme required for glycolysis:
(A) Pyruvate kinase
(B) Pyruvate carboxylase
(C) Glucose-6-phosphatose
(D) Glycerokinase
ans a

11. Cane sugar (Sucrose) injected into blood is
(A) changed to fructose
(B) changed to glucose
(C) undergoes no significant change
(D) changed to glucose and fructose
ans c

12. During glycolysis, Fructose 1,6 diphosphate is decomposed by the enzyme:
(A) Enolase a
(B) Fructokinase
(C) Aldolase
(D) Diphosphofructophosphatose
ans c

13. Our body can get pentoses from
(A) Glycolytic pathway
(B) Uromic acid pathway
(C) TCA cycle
(D) HMP shunt
ans d

14. Which of the following is not an enzyme involved in glycolysis?
(A) Euolase (B) Aldolose (C) Hexokinase (D) Glucose oxidase
ans d

15. The oxidation of lactic acid to pyruvic acid requires the following vitamin derivative as the hydrogen carrier.
(A) Lithium pyrophosphate
(B) Coenyzme A
(C) NAD+
and c

16. The tissues with the highest total glycogen content are
(A) Muscle and kidneys
(B) Kidneys and liver
(C) Liver and muscle
(D) Brain and Liver
ans c

17. Fatty acids cannot be converted into carbohydrates in the body as the following reaction is not possible.
(A) Conversion of glucose-6-phosphate into glucose
(B) Fructose 1,6-bisphosphate to fructose-6phosphate
(C) Transformation of acetyl CoA to pyruvate
(D) Formation of acetyl CoA from fatty acid
ans b

18. Gluconeogenesis is increased in the following condition:
(A) Diabetes insipidus
(B) Diabetes Mellitus
(C) Hypothyroidism
(D) Liver diseases
ans b

19. Fluoride inhibits ______ and arrests glycolysis.
(A) Glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase
(B) Aconitase
(C) Enolose
(D) Succinate dehydrogenase
ans c

20. Which one of the following is a rate limiting enzyme of gluconeogenesis?
(A) Hexokinase
(B) Phsophofructokinase
(C) Pyruvate carboxylase
(D) Pyruvate kinase
ans c

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