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"The intermediate in the uronic acid pathway is;", distribution and classification of carbohydrates Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ) with choices l-xylose, d-xylose, l-xylulose, and d-xylulose for free online classes.

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Distribution and Classification of Carbohydrates Quiz

MCQ: Intermediate in uronic acid pathway is;

  1. D-Xylose
  2. L-Xylose
  3. L-Xylulose
  4. D-Xylulose

c

General characteristic, Classification and Distribution of Proteins Quiz

MCQ: Examples of 'oligomeric' protein, included;

  1. Hemoglobin
  2. Lactate dehydrogenase
  3. Aspartate transcarbomylase
  4. All of above

D

Eukaryotic Cell: Golgi Apparatus Quiz

MCQ: Golgi apparatus involved in transportation of;

  1. Lipid
  2. DNA
  3. RNA
  4. Carbon dioxide

A

Vitamin k: Chemistry, Functions and Disorders Quiz

MCQ: Alternative name for vitamin K-2 is:

  1. Phylloquinone
  2. Menaquinone
  3. Menadione
  4. Phytonadione

B

Pyridoxine: Chemistry, Functions and Disorders Quiz

MCQ: A vasodilator, helps in lowering blood pressure, known as;

  1. Niacin
  2. Thiamine pyrophosphate
  3. Histamine
  4. Triglycerides

C