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Active Transport by Group Translocation

View the animation below, then complete the quiz to test your knowledge of the concept.






1The phosphate added to glucose in group translocation originally comes from
A)phosphoenol pyruvate
B)pyruvate
C)enzyme I
D)glucose phosphate



2In group translocation the glucose is carried across the cell membrane by
A)enzyme I
B)HPr
C)enzyme IIB
D)enzyme IIIC
E)enzyme IIC



3Enzyme I transfers phosphate to
A)enzyme IIC
B)enzyme IIIB
C)enzyme IIA
D)HPr
E)Phosphoenol pyruvate



4In group translocation glucose becomes phosphorylated as it enters a cell.
A)True
B)False



5When enzyme I transfers phosphate to HPr, glucose phosphate is released.
A)True
B)False







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